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Last Saturday night at the Kansas statehouse, as the legislature’s agonizing budget deliberations dragged on into a record-tying 107th day of the session, it was Stephen Koranda’s turn to buy pizza for his colleagues in the press corps. The meal didn’t set him or his employers at Kansas Public Radio back too much: It was only “a couple of pizzas,” he said.
Josh Umholtz is the new publisher of the Independence Daily Reporter.
If you or one of your staff members wants to participate in the Russell Viers-led two day training session this summer on the use of Adobe products such as InDesign, PhotoShop, Bridge, Illustrator and Acrobat Pro, you need to hurry. It is filling up fast.
WASHINGTON—The National Newspaper Association has again called for measurement of on-time delivery of rural mail.
Millennials are a hot topic at the moment, and with good reason. Numbering about 80 million, individuals born between the years 1980 and 2000 are becoming increasingly important to society. Of particular interest is how millennials interact with media and their potential impact on the news market. Most people seem to think that millennials are abandoning print for online publications, but is this really the case?
Two identical bills were introduced Thursday to fix the loophole in the Kansas Open Records Act that would allow private email accounts to be used to conduct business without being made public.
On May 7, 2015, the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) approved the U.S. Postal Service's proposed rate increases for Standard Mail and Periodicals. The new rates take effect on May 31. The PRC had previously approved new First Class rates, which also take effect on May 31.
Are you making subtle but perceptible mistakes in your writing? Suffering from stuff spell check won’t pick up? Are you looking naïve in your pitches and emails?
Russell Viers has signed up to lead another two-day training session this summer on the use of Adobe products such as InDesign, PhotoShop, Bridge, Illustrator and Acrobat Pro.
The sessions will be July 16 and 17 at the Kansas Press Association office in Topeka.