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Journalist Philip Meyer, who developed ground-breaking computer-assisted reporting methods during his Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University,  died from complications of Parkinson’s … more
Press Release | Boone Newsmedia and Carpenter Newsmedia Boone Newsmedia, Inc [BNI], and Carpenter Newsmedia, LLC [CNL], which have jointly owned and managed newspapers for the past two decades, … more
Had you sent an email to the NC Press Legal Hotline ( ) inquiring about the applicability of the attorney-client privilege to public documents under the public records law prior … more
The  Supreme Court  on Monday rejected North Carolina’s appeal in a dispute with animal rights groups over a law aimed at preventing undercover employees at farms and other workplaces … more
North Carolina’s appellate courts have been relatively active in the open government and libel space in recent months.  The open government outcomes have been favorable, but in an odd move … more
NNW materials are available now National Newspaper Week is Oct. 1 - 7, and materials are available for download now on the  website . NNW has promotional print ads, social media ads, web ads, … more
After local police raided the office of the Marion County Record and the home of its owners, creating a national outcry that was entirely justified, the question was asked in newspaper offices around … more
GREENSBORO — A judge in North Carolina’s 18th Judicial District Court has issued a protective order against a News & Record reporter that prevents her from using her reporting inside … more
WINSTON-SALEM, NC – July 25, 2023 – The Association Executives of North Carolina (AENC) is proud to announce the election of Phil Lucey, the Executive Director of the North Carolina Press … more
I remember going to the opthalmologist a few years ago for my regular eye checkup. In the exam room, there was a large poster on the wall which featured a number of photographs of the same view of … more
Rural newspapers are missing out on a great deal – subsidized, eager, young reporters who can boost coverage and build the paper’s brand as a public service. The deal comes from … more
The U.S. Postal Service in January announced that it planned to eliminate use of sacks for most Periodicals mailings, but complications from a wide array of mailer practices caused the policy to be … more
We are conducting primary research through a survey . This survey serves to compile opinions and experiences regarding  Search Engine Optimization (SEO)  and the use of  data … more
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama — James B. “Jim” Boone Jr., founder and chairman of the board of Boone Newsmedia, Inc. [BNI], died Monday, Feb. 13, at UAB Hospital-Highlands in Birmingham, … more
The America’s Newspapers Executive Development Program, funded in part by the Inland Press Foundation, gives the next generation of newspaper leaders the opportunity to connect and gain … more
One sometimes-overlooked resource for journalists is Kaiser Health News , an editorially independent newsroom with Pulitzer finalist credentials that’s not associated with Kaiser Permanente. … more
The Postal Service has extended the sack use moratorium for Periodicals mailers through Feb. 21. Numerous NNA members have reported difficulties obtaining flats trays to replace sacks in their … more
Adweek’s Mark Stenberg told us 2022 is the year of ‘newsletter ‘normalisation’, the year when every major publisher came to understand that email must be a component of their … more
The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday filed its second antitrust lawsuit against Google in just over two years. It’s the latest sign the U.S. government is not backing down from … more
Last month, General Electric took over The New York Times’ print advertising for a day throughout the news, business and arts sections of the paper amounting to 22 full-page color ads as well … more
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