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I was honored to be elected your association president at last month’s Annual Meeting. Consider this column my first order of business. I’ll continue the terrific practice begun by my predecessor … more
Newspaper publishers applauded the decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission to terminate the duties that had been applied to newsprint imported from Canada. “We are pleased and … more
Wilson, North Carolina, civil authorities recognized the historic importance of The Wilson Times this summer by dedicating a marker near the site of the newspaper’s original downtown building. … more
The Southeast Missourian is being applauded by readers for a new policy on how its crime reports are made available to search engines. Under the policy, the newspaper’s daily crime report will … more
Even in retirement after three decades of service to journalism and the newspaper industry, Cheryl Dell is living the criteria for the Ralph D. Casey/Minnesota she’ll receive September 11 at the … more
Here’s a statement on the unanimous decision from STOPP: Stop Tariffs on Printers & Publishers (STOPP), a coalition of printers, publishers, retailers, paper suppliers and distributors, today … more
After last year holding an Annual Meeting outside of Chicago for the first time in 132 years, Inland’s most important gathering returns to the city of its founding with a program reflecting its … more
First, let me begin by welcoming you to Chicago and the 133rd Inland Annual Meeting. We have an outstanding program awaiting you. As I reflect on this last year as president of your association, I … more
William F. (Bill) Skemp—a paperboy for the Telegraph Herald in Dubuque, Iowa, who retired after a six-decade career as chairman and CEO of parent Woodward Communications Inc.—died July 28, 2018 … more
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