The top 25 newspapers based in Oregon

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The top 25 newspapers based in Oregon

The top 25 newspapers based in Ohio

Muck Rack

The top 25 newspapers based in Ohio

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How the Canadian Newspaper Industry Can Adapt to Changes

Business Wire

In March 2017, Postmedia Network, Canada’s largest newspaper company, announced 54 layoffs at the Vancouver Sun and Vancouver Province newsrooms. Perhaps none have been affected more than print newspapers. Across Canada, newspapers ranging from local dailies to national media are dealing with organizational restructuring, as they layoff long-tenured journalists and make changes to employee contracts and benefits.

The top 25 newspapers based in Pennsylvania

Muck Rack

The top 25 newspapers based in Pennsylvania

The top 25 newspapers based in Alabama

Muck Rack

The top 25 newspapers based in Alabama

The top 25 newspapers based in Florida

Muck Rack

The top 25 newspapers based in Florida

The top 25 newspapers based in Connecticut

Muck Rack

The top 25 newspapers based in Connecticut

The top 25 U.S. daily newspapers of fall 2019

Muck Rack

daily newspapers of fall 2019The top 25 U.S.

The top 10 newspapers based in Phoenix

Muck Rack

The top 10 newspapers based in Phoenix

The top 10 Canadian newspapers

Muck Rack

The top 10 Canadian newspapers

Is This the Future of Newspaper Video?

Ishmael's Corner

Journalism — particularly newspapers — has been trying to shift to video for years, often sputtering like a ’57 Chevy with a bad carburetor. The post Is This the Future of Newspaper Video? The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. And for good reason. The inverted pyramid still figures prominently in J schools across the country.

The top 10 Philadelphia newspapers

Muck Rack

The top 10 Philadelphia newspapers

The top 25 newspapers based in New Jersey

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The top 25 newspapers based in New Jersey

The top 10 newspaper publications in California

Muck Rack

The top 10 newspaper publications in California

Should you feel ashamed for reading the hard copy newspaper?

Communications Conversations

Every so often, I’ll see it in one of my social feeds: That comment or remark from a friend, colleague or industry person taking jabs at the hard copy newspaper and those that read it. I still love my hard copy newspaper. In fact, I would like to flip the popular thinking: Instead of asking “why would I read the daily newspaper? ask yourself: Why AREN’T I reading my daily newspaper? Now, I know the print newspaper has its downsides.

Media trends—which newspapers do readers trust most?

Agility PR Solutions

A new study measuring “trust” among readers of their newspapers-of-choice from Brand Keys found The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal #1 among fifteen papers examined in this wave of research. The post Media trends—which newspapers do readers trust most?

Top 10 U.S. Daily Newspapers on Facebook

Cision

daily newspapers on Facebook by the number of likes. Daily Newspapers on Facebook appeared first on Cision. Keep up with every news article from your favorite daily by following them on Facebook. This week we rounded up the top 10 U.S. All numbers were pulled on October 27, 2017 and will change over time as follower count fluctuates. The New York Times — 14,803,119. USA Today — 8,606,054. The Washington Post — 6,068,878. The Wall Street Journal — 6,011,006.

Newspaper reporters officially have the worst jobs

PR Daily

The CareerCast.com annual list of the Worst Jobs has ranked newspaper journalist as the absolute worst job a person can have. According to the site, “Readership has steadily moved from print publications, whether they be newspapers or magazines, in favor of online outlets. The resulting decline in advertising revenue has left newspapers -- and thus, newspaper reporters -- feeling the pinch.”. But I never had more fun in a job than I did as a newspaper reporter.

Newspapers remain a political campaigning tool: question everything you read

Stephen Waddington

Newspapers are about as useful as campaign leaflets as a form of electoral scrutiny. It's The Sun Wot Won It" has become shorthand for the influence of the media on the election process yet the fragmentation of media means that no newspaper has the influence to swing an election if indeed it ever did. Media oligarchy The right-wing newspapers in the UK are controlled by a small number of people.

Print newspapers still drive best ad engagement in Canada

Agility PR Solutions

Do newspapers still have ad power? They sure do in the Great White North, according to a new study from News Media Canada, which found that printed newspaper ads engage Canadians more than any other medium, print or digital. Specifically, the community media policy outlet’s 2019 Local Newspapers: Engaged and Connected Report reveals that advertisement engagement for print […].

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John Oliver and the future of newspapers

Media Bullseye

Earlier this month, John Oliver highlighted the plight of newspapers in a 19-minute soliloquy that focused on how important newspapers are—and he also made some fun of the industry’s attempts to address declining subscription rates. He also made a point of showing how reliant other forms of media are on newspapers by compiling clips of cable news outlets reporting on stories that credited the newspapers that did the original reporting.

Who killed the newspaper critic?

Mark My Words

Newspapers have been shedding their arts reporting for decades, relegating reviews to dispensable supplements and buried middle-pages. With the internet we no longer have a choice of 5 or 6 critical voices but thousands, each catering with expert knowledge and passion for niches that a selective newspaper wouldn’t deign to cover. Once upon a time newspapers -and critics like Jack Tinker- had both.

Social Media Overtakes Print Newspapers as News Source

PRSay

For the first time, social media has surpassed print newspapers as a news source for Americans, Pew Research Center finds. adults said they often get news from social media, compared to 16 percent from print newspapers. Newspaper circulation has been declining for years, while the portion of Americans who use social media has modestly increased. News websites are the next most common source, followed by radio, social media and print newspapers.

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How bad is the newspaper industry’s decline? It depends who you ask

Agility PR Solutions

Few industries have been as battered in the Internet age as the newspaper business. The post How bad is the newspaper industry’s decline? This traditional-media mainstay has seen incredible decline—in circulation, advertising dollars, and staff, not to mention influence and import.

The Joy a Newspaper Brings

Waxing UnLyrical

When my husband went out a short while ago to get the newspaper (yes, we still get one newspaper delivered), he also brought in a box that had apparently been waiting for me on our doorstep since last evening. I opened it to find the April 3 edition of several Indian newspapers, exulting and reveling in India’s victory in the 2011 World Cup. The newspapers themselves took rather a circuitous route to get to me. He didn’t just find a couple of newspapers.

The top 10 newspaper publications in New York City

Muck Rack

The top 10 newspaper publications in New York City

How the media is covering coronavirus—the top U.S. and UK newspapers for mentions

Agility PR Solutions

and UK newspapers for mentions appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Just like every other aspect of our culture these days, the media is consumed with coverage of COVID-19. For PR, that has created some newsjacking opportunities (when done appropriately), but moreso, obstacles to getting ink for clients. Which publications are the most saturated during this period? London-based growth marketing firm Kaizen takes a look to […].

As newspaper criticism fades, YouTube video essay flourish

PR Daily

This is similar to a critic’s review in a newspaper or magazine column. He’s raised $2,400 per video on Patreon , which—given that he produces about one video per week—means he’s pulling in more than most newspaper film critics, too. Traditional newspapers have been laying off their film critics for years, and art criticism on radio or television networks has become even more scarce. In YouTube’s golden era, video essays are winning over millennials.

Yet another challenge for the modern day newspaper

Communications Conversations

I grew up reading newspapers. I say hopefully because, as we all know, the newspaper industry is in trouble. The challenges of running and maintaining a modern-day newspaper have been discussed at length the last few years. And that, my friends, is not a way to sell newspapers. Now, to be clear, the entire newspaper is not written this way. Look, I’m not writing this today to pile on daily newspapers. I want newspapers to stay around.

Local newspaper ‘headline’ goes viral after proofreading error

PR Daily

Such was the case in Wednesday’s front page of Cambridge News , a local newspaper in the United Kingdom: Hope you’re having a better day than the production editor of the Cambridge News pic.twitter.com/wmCp6ZL5fE. This’ll be featured in newspaper sub-editing courses for years. In an apology to readers, Cambridge News wrote: The headline should have read '£2m for 'sex lair' school' in reference to a story printed on page 11 of today's newspaper.

Newspaper SOS: Why print publications are in desperate need of PR

PR Daily

In my last newsroom, working for Ohio’s largest newspaper, I didn’t have my own desk. Imagine my surprise when I reported for work in public relations, having leaped from the unfolding train wreck that is newspaper journalism after 30 rewarding years. Why newspapers' problem is PR's problem. I stopped responding because there were only so many ways to say, “I’m sorry, the newspaper you remember is not here anymore.”.

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The Chicago Sun-Times’s Strategy May Save Newspapers

The Stalwart Blog

Regardless of your political leanings, this strategy of "don't be everything to everyone" could stand as a model for other newspapers to follow. . While understandable, this strategy will only accelerate the demise of newspapers. I read a piece recently about plans to bring the famed Windy City tabloid back to prominence by its new owners. If they succeed, it will go against the seemingly insurmountable tide its rivals face in attempting to stay relevant.

How an underground high school newspaper led to a 10+ year blog

Communications Conversations

Last Saturday, there was a wonderful article in the Variety section of the Minneapolis Star Tribune about groups of kids who had started neighborhood newspapers during the pandemic. And second, school newspapers are in my blood. I led an underground high school “newspaper” (which my now brother-in-law started–imagine that!) I then worked at my college newspaper as both a reporter, covering the women’s basketball team, and as an ad rep.

Can Newspapers Tip The Scales on Scalia?

Flatiron Communications

As our impossibly divided nation chooses sides in the battle over whether President Obama has the Constitutional right to nominate a replacement for Justice Scalia (hint: he does), more bad news keeps coming about the future sustainability of newspapers: Gannett’s revenue falls on continued declines in advertising sales and circulation https://t.co/NYn5Ip6w2f The post Can Newspapers Tip The Scales on Scalia?

Starbucks Cancels Subscriptions

HMA Public Relations

As an avid newspaper supporter, Scott was disappointed to hear that Starbucks will quit selling hard copies of the New York Times in its stores, among other major publications. Read more about what this means for the future of the newspaper industry. Featured Newspaper Newspaper Industry Scott Hanson Starbucks USA Today Wall St.

Newspapers Getting Their Game On

Flatiron Communications

The post Newspapers Getting Their Game On appeared first on Flatiron Communications LLC. A few years back at SXSW, the ubiquity of QR codes earned that promising AR-like technology the conference crown, in spite of its obvious flaws. The previous year, it was the geo-locating, Mayor-making check-in app FourSquare that emerged as the clear winner, especially for night crawlers and humble braggers.

Will Television Follow Newspapers’ Fate?

Flatiron Communications

One of the bigger questions that emerged from last week’s Business Insider Ignition conference revolved around whether traditional television will endure the same pain as the newspaper industry has. TV will soon feel newspapers’ pain.” ” “Traditional TV networks will go through many years of pain, like newspapers.” It’s clear that the newspaper industry has endured considerable, and some predict life-ending pain these last ten years.

Newspaper Licensing Agency beaten to a pulp by PRCA and Meltwater

Stuart Bruce

Today the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg ruled in favour of the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) and Meltwater in their five-year battle with the UK’s Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA). “We are utterly delighted that the CJEU has accepted all of our arguments against the NLA, which represents eight national newspapers,” said PRCA director-general Francis Ingham.

#MediaMonday – Shawn Byrne

HMA Public Relations

Featured Media Monday Editor HMA Public Relations Media Monday Kingman Kingman Daily Miner Kingman Daily Miner Editor Kingman Editor Kingman Newspaper MediaMonday Newspaper Editor Northern Arizona Newspaper Shawn ByrneWe love to feature guests in our #MediaMonday blog posts from all over Arizona. Today's guest is Shawn Byrne, editor of the Kingman Daily Miner! Click below for more]. The post #MediaMonday – Shawn Byrne appeared first on HMA Public Relations.

Mirror mirror on the wall, is this not the death of newspapers after all?

PR in High Definition

The death of print media has been speculated for years now, but Trinity Mirror is taking a punt and unveiling a new Monday-to-Friday newspaper, The New Day, from 29 February. The post Mirror mirror on the wall, is this not the death of newspapers after all? appeared first on Firefly Communications. Blog News PR Industry news PR Points of view Traditional PR

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