News & Announcements
Phillip Brownlee, The Wichita Eagle’s editorial page editor since 2001, will leave the company to become executive director of the Medical Society of Sedgwick County.
Two Kansas media companies announced Monday their newspaper leaders are leaving their posts.
John Montgomery is leaving after 10 years as publisher of the Hutchinson News and Roy Heatherly will be leaving a similar post at the Wichita Eagle.
Kansas Press Association newspapers taking the sweepstakes awards in their circulation categories in 2017 included:
M. Olaf Frandsen, editor and publisher of the Salina Journal, was elected president of the Kansas Press Association Board of Directors at the annual KPA business meeting on Saturday.
TOPEKA — A long-time University of Kansas professor of media law and the former editor of the Wichita Eagle were inducted into the Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame Friday night at the annual meeting of the Kansas Press Association here.
Robert Alexander “Bob” Boyd, of Hill City, Kansas, passed away peacefully at home on April 7, 2017, at the age of 81.
ARLINGTON, VA – The News Media Alliance has announced the launch of a national campaign focused on combatting the increasing prevalence of fake news. The campaign, Support Real News, shines a light on the harm to the public caused by fake news and the importance of real news produced by respected, trusted news organizations employing high-quality, investigative journalists.
When Americans encounter news on social media, how much they trust the content is determined less by who creates the news than by who shares it, according to a new experimental study from the Media Insight Project, a collaboration between the American Press Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
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