Association News

Please update your FPA member profile by Nov. 15

As we approach the end of 2019, the Florida Press Association would like to request that you log in to review (more…)

FPA Weekly Newspaper Contest opens Dec. 16

The 2020 Florida Press Association Weekly Newspaper Contest will open on Monday, December 16, 2019. (more…)


Legal Update

From the Legal Hotline (877-NEWS-LAW)

Take-down requests, digital edition pricing and more in today’s Legal Hotline recap. (more…)


Special Features

Pulse of America survey

By participating in the Pulse of America shopping survey, Pulse Research will provide you with the results (more…)


Industry News

Price elasticity tests yield revenue opportunities for publishers

Mather Economics has completed renewal price tests with several publishers to measure digital-only subscriber (more…)

How might we reimagine opinion journalism for our digital, polarized age? Reflections from news leaders

In the age of social media, cable talk shows and fast-moving news cycles, what value does opinion journalism (more…)

New Media and Gannett announce board of directors for combined company

Gannett and New Media Investment Group Inc. announced on Tuesday who is expected to sit on the (more…)

People might not trust local news that much after all — and the way to improve it increases the risk

There is still strength in local, this new study finds, but local doesn’t necessarily lead to trust. Local news is (more…)

Why journalists need to think twice about reporting on arrests

Last month, Out of Omaha, a documentary that follows twin brothers Darcell and Darrell Trotter through eight years (more…)

How The Texas Tribune is revamping its sponsored content (and folding its five-year-old op-ed site)

Sponsored content? Disguising advertisements as your hard-reported journalism? Fooling readers (more…)

New study reveals connection between entertainment, news media subscriptions

A study conducted by researchers at University of Minnesota’s Hubbard School of Journalism and (more…)

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