In January, the KPA Past Presidents voted to suspend the operation of the Kentucky High School Journalism. Membership numbers had waned in recent years, from the state budget cuts to secondary education and from fewer newspapers sponsoring local high school journalism programs. KPA started KHSJA in 1996 following about 12 years of there being no high school association in Kentucky. […]
It hasn’t been that long ago that ticket scalpers being taken in by Metro Police in Lexington constituted a big story. It was as if reporters and photographers from newspapers and the broadcast media camped outside Rupp Arena, waiting for the scalpers to be taken in, one by one. Made for good pictures and good stories. Now perhaps the same […]
It’s April 9, 12 noon/Eastern, at the Marriott Resort Griffin Gate in Lexington. The deadline for reservations is March 30.
at the Marriott East in Louisville. It’s our 150th Anniversary Gala.
Saturday may be the final day of the week-long celebration, just don’t ever let the sun go down on Open Government
Sunshine Week shines through Saturday Sunshine Week, which kicked off Sunday, keeps shining with hundreds of participants fighting for open government and the public’s right to know. A quick Google search brings up uncountable Sunshine Week news entries from numerous media organizations around the nation. If you’ve been following the #SunshineWeek hashtag on social media, then you’ll know what we mean […]
Mark your calendar now to hear Peter Wagner at the Kentucky Press Association’s 150th Anniversary Gala, Friday, January 25, 2019, at the Marriott East in Louisville Many community newspapers are reporting that numerous business owners are saying “I don’t need to buy newspaper advertising. I promote my business for free on social media.” If pressed, most will tell you they […]
By Ed Henninger, Henninger Consulting A man, they say, is king of his castle. That may be so, but there’s a word for the man who thinks he’s really in charge at home. “Bachelor.” The queen rules…and it’s been that way since Adam took his bite of the apple. Some of my friends refer to their wives as “she who […]
Publishers and other newspaper representatives from nearly 30 states met with federal lawmakers in Washington, D.C., yesterday to address new newsprint tariffs that could have serious consequences for the newspaper industry. On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced preliminary antidumping duties ranging from 0 to 22.16 percent on Canadian imports of untreated groundwood paper, such as newsprint. The […]
Content That Works is offering a special section for newspapers to celebrate Nurse’s Appreciation Week, May 6-12. It’s a 12-page section of nurse-positive content explore the challenges nurses face as well as trends in the nursing industry. It’s ideal for hospitals, clinics, medical facilities, hospice centers, nursing homes, home health providers, insurance companies and continuing education providers. For […]
NFOIC joins a renowned FOI Center and First Amendment Project at the College of Journalism and Communications The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications (UFCJC) and the National Freedom of Information Coalition (NFOIC) announced this week that NFOIC will be relocating its headquarters to the University of Florida. UFCJC will now be home to three units at the forefront of freedom […]