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Kingfisher Media Expands Newspaper Prese...

Selma-based Kingfisher Media LLC has expanded its newspaper publishing footprint by taking over Western Star’s news operations in Jefferson County, Alabama, beginning March 1, 2022. Kingfisher Media owns the Selma Sun and operates the Marion Times Standard in Perry County. The Western Star serves the communities of Hueytown, Hoover and Pleasant Grove in western Jefferson […]

Slate, the pioneering web magazine, stru...

In early January, two days after an abrupt announcement of Slate’s editor-in-chief resigning, the publication’s staff signed a Zoom meeting with the company’s chief executive and a consultant from Graham Holdings, the publication’s owner. The slate wasn’t profitable, consultant Ann McDaniel told them. She had been brought in to suggest ways to improve the publication […]

After strong growth in digital subscript...

Hearst Newspapers kicks off the new year with plans for a shared development center, hiring 12 product and data specialists and eight other interactive designers. The company says this is the biggest digital expansion ever for the media group. If Hearst feels expansive, senior vice president Jeff Johnson told me in a Zoom interview, there’s […]

How Dallas remembers fashion pioneer And...

The world pays homage to the legendary vogue editor-in-chief André Leon Talley, who died this week at the age of 73. We start with vogue‘s Anna Wintour, who wrote a heartfelt tribute to her friend and former colleague“André’s loss is felt by so many of us today: the designers he enthusiastically applauded every season, and […]

Webinar – Preparing your corporate acces

In partnership with Thursday, January 27, 20228:00 a.m. PT / 11:00 a.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. GMT / 5:00 p.m. CETDuration: 45 minutes Register for this webinar After nearly two years of adapting to making events virtual, IR teams will be thinking carefully about the best ways to make their calendar sing in 2022. With […]

Editors quit magazines to launch fashion...

When Lauren Chan joined Glamor as a fashion editor in 2015, she was thrilled to write stories and attend market dates. After three years at the magazine, she had risen through the ranks to fashion editor-in-chief, but beneath the veneer of her dream job lay an uncomfortable truth. “I was surrounded by straight-waisted peers who […]

Howard Magazine Wins Three Folio 2021: E...

the University Communications Office is pleased to announce that Howard Magazine has won three Folio 2021: Eddie and Ozzie Awards this fall. The Folio Awards are hosted by Folio, a New York-based business magazine focused on publishing industry trends, and brings together some of the best publications from the country and the world. Nominations were […]

Here’s Why Iowa Capital Dispatch is suin

Iowa Capital Dispatch and our associate editor Clark Kauffman joined other media organizations in a lawsuit filed last week by the Iowa ACLU to enforce the Iowa Open Meetings and Records Act. The lawsuit names Governor Kim Reynolds, his office, staff attorney, and the office’s current and former communications directors as plaintiffs. As the editor […]

CAN: security fears hang over the Africa...

After overcoming fears of a postponement due to the Covid pandemic, the Africa Cup of Nations now faces its next big worry: security. Host country Cameroon will ceremoniously kick off the month-long tournament on Sunday when they face Burkina Faso. But authorities are grappling with separatist gunmen in the west and jihadist raiders in the […]

Editor’s Favorite Articles on HONOLULU M

WTechnically, we rang the New Years Eve early on Saturday morning. But for many of us, Monday is the start of 2022 that is collapsing, in the form of a return to work, school and everyday life. For me, 2021 was hazy in many ways, so it was a treat to spend a few minutes […]

within our reach | Naval history review

In a mad world of boredom and uncertainty, resentment and conflict and normal life as we have known it to be shattered by a sadly muted pandemic and other miseries, it is easy to succumb to the impression that that’s only the worst – and to forget that wise old saying, “I cried because I […]

Are newspapers published on New Years Da...

BRITISH NEWSPAPERS are published almost every day of the year, but some dailies will not be printed on New Years Day this year. Whether national or regional, it is up to each publication to publish its articles. So which publications will publish their articles on this New Year’s Day? 1 British newspapers are published almost […]

Career in a fashion magazine: Through th...

“To survive, we need imagination”, Nonita Kalra. A force to be reckoned with, Nonita Kalra, one of the most influential people in the world of fashion, has been at the forefront of media publishing around fashion and lifestyle for more than two decades. She has worked with big names like ELLE India, Harper’s BAZAAR India, […]

San Quentin prison newspaper goes throug...

San Quentin News editor Anthony Caravalho speaks with volunteer Alastair Boone in the newsroom at San Quentin State Prison on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 (Sherry LaVars / Marin Independent Journal) San Quentin News editor David Ditto is working on a story in the newsroom at San Quentin State Prison on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. The […]

New editor-in-chief appointed for Salisb...

Six years ago, Mark Wineka, newly appointed editor-in-chief of the new Salisbury the Magazine, summed up the purpose of the publication with a simple message: Salisbury’s the place. Salisbury is the perfect place for a magazine that celebrates the people, places and things we are proud of, he wrote. With each issue, Wineka has gone […]

Editor-in-chief of Chinese state newspap...

Published on: 12/16/2021 – 8:20 AMAmended: 12/16/2021 – 8:18 AM Beijing (AFP) – Chinese state tabloid editor Hu Xijin, who has emerged as one of the leading voices of vehement nationalism with millions of social media followers, announced his retirement on Thursday. A self-proclaimed pro-democracy protester turned editor-in-chief of a Frankish newspaper, Hu helped usher […]

On behalf of the readers | Harvard Revi...

We are delighted to recognize four exceptional contributors to Harvard Review for their work on behalf of readers in 2021, and to confer honoraria of $ 1,000 on each. (Staff members are not eligible for these awards.) Hanna rose shellPhotograph courtesy of Hanna Rose Shell The Distinguished Writing Awards recognize two individuals affiliated with Harvard. […]

Obituary: Dana Smith Poole – Portland Pr

Dana smith poole PORTLAND – Dana Smith Poole passed away peacefully on Monday December 6, 2021. She was 93 years old. Born in 1928 in New York, she was the daughter of Elinor McLane Smith and J. Hopkins Smith of Portland. Her grandparents were Judge and Mrs. Allen McLane of Baltimore and Mr. and Mrs. […]

Harlem Globetrotters visit Sandy Springs...

From left to right, Torch George (Harlem Globetrotters), Debbi Scarborough (Founder and Principal of Cumberland Academy School), Eddie Lee Wilkins (former Hawks player) and Moose Weekes (Harlem Globetrotters). (Photos courtesy of Cumberland Academy of Georgia) Students at Sandy Springs-based Cumberland Academy of Georgia were treated to impressive basketball skills. Torch George and Moose Weekes of […]

Foothills Kids Magazine nonprofit launch...

Publication displays: 31 HICKORY, North Carolina (December 7, 2021) – Foothills Kids Magazine, a new nonprofit magazine that provides free educational content to schools in western North Carolina, is excited to provide the public with a preview of the organization’s first publication. The first issue will be distributed free of charge to public elementary schools […]

Gregory to succeed Tebben as editor-in-c...

Barbara j grégoire Barbara J. Gregory, former editor-in-chief of The numismatist, the monthly magazine of the American Numismatic Association (www.argent.org), was appointed editor-in-chief of The Centinel, the quarterly journal of the Central States Numismatic Society (www.CentralStatesNumismaticSociety.org). She will succeed Gerald Tebben who is retiring this summer after 12 years as editor-in-chief of the award-winning CSNS […]

Editor’s column: Managing a newspaper is

The inner workings of newspapers, especially small community newspapers, are a mystery to many people. For example, some residents are confused about the differences between publishers and publishers. For the record, I was editor-in-chief of Whidbey News-Times, the South Whidbey Record and Whidbey crosswind for many years. I assign articles and discuss them with reporters, […]

Third case of Omicron variant detected i...

Health officials have confirmed a third case of the Omicron variant in Georgia. The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) said Thursday that an unvaccinated Atlanta metro resident with no recent history of international travel had the variant. The individual has mild symptoms of COVID-19 and is isolating himself at home. The search for the […]

An Indiana hotel designed by one of Vera...

Vera bradley lovers, rejoice! A new hotel designed by one of the brand’s co-founders will open its doors on July 15, with reservations already available (book your stay here!). Located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the Bradley Hotel is the result of an alliance between Barbara Baekgaard and Provenance Hotels. The 124 rooms of the place […]