2020 News Archive
Objectivity, context: is there a balance?
By Gina Baleria, Poynter Institute Objectivity and journalism — over the last century, these two words have become inextricably linked. But striving for objectivity has actually hindered us from...
Protect USPS, access to information
By Dean Ridings CEO, America's Newspapers Facing a fierce public outcry, the U.S. Postal Service is “suspending” its sudden cost-cutting moves — tossing out high-speed sorting machines, uprooting...
Why an anti-trust safe harbor is the answer
By David Chavern, President & CEO, News Media Alliance News consumption is growing exponentially, but for the past decade, the revenue to news publishers has been on a decline. This is, in large...
Is this a way to save newspapers?
By Dean Ridings CEO, America's Newspapers
AP 'Power of Facts' campaign debuts
By Evelyn Mateos, Editor & Publisher Magazine
Kansas Reflector to debut with free content for newspapers
TOPEKA — The Kansas Reflector, a nonprofit news operation providing in-depth reporting, diverse opinions and daily coverage of state government and politics, announced today it will launch July 21.
McClatchy negotiates terms of sale
By Kevin Hall, McClatchy DC McClatchy Co. notified a federal bankruptcy judge late Wednesday that it needs more time to negotiate the terms of its sale to the New Jersey hedge fund that won the...
KPA convention to go 'virtual'
The year 2020 has been a year like no other in our history, so it seems fitting that the Kansas Press Association’s annual convention in August should continue that unusual trend. And that’s exactly...
Three named to newspaper HOF
Two long-time newspaper publishers and an Associated Press stalwart are the latest selections for induction into the Kansas Newspaper Hall of Fame. They include Linda Denning, editor and publisher...
The media’s vital role in safeguarding elections
By Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review
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