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“Think F1RST” First Amendment Campaign

Media of Nebraska’s “Think F1rst” public awareness campaign about the First Amendment of the United States Constitution is […]

America Needs Locally Owned Papers

By Peter Wagner The once powerful Gannett media company — publishers of the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader, Des Moines […]

Into the Issues

 Rural communities have been disproportionately affected by the opioid epidemic, but rural newspapers have been disproportionately quiet about […]

The stock market for ad ideas

Daniel told me about an ad he created for a commercial real estate firm. “They prided themselves on […]

How writers can do better

As many of you know by now, I’ll be retiring at the end of this year; perhaps sooner. I’ve […]

A little more, a little less for sales meetings

Kristen told me how she handles one of the biggest challenges of managing her newspaper’s sales department. “Sales […]

Continuity, Cooperation, Credibility and Commitment

One of our printing customers includes the following observation just above the signature line on all his emails: […]

Into the Issues

Does the reportedly mixed reaction to the death of a small weekly newspaper on the Lake of the […]

Be a better Listener and get Better reception

When I was growing up, my father had an old shortwave radio. Although he didn’t use it often, […]

Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

In times of crisis, all eyes turn on the press for immediate and accurate news coverage. But what happens when the press becomes the victim of a disaster?