So we’re to refer to towns and cities by the county name now?

Below is a promotion from the Kentucky Department of Tourism encouraging people everywhere to consider a Bluegrass vacation. This one invites them to Oldham, KY. No, not Oldham County, KY., but Oldham, KY. Except there is no Oldham, KY. Why wouldn’t the state tout the city itself — LaGrange — or the entire county and reference it appropriately as Visit […]

KPA signs on to ‘Journalism Competition and Preservation Act’ support

Creating an even playing field for the Free and Diverse Press The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act creates a temporary safe harbor for news publishers to band together to negotiate with online platforms to protect Americans’ access to trustworthy sources of news online. The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act was introduced by Representatives David N. Cicilline, the Ranking Member of […]

Word to the wise about Internet art: It ain’t free

One of the nice things about having good friends and colleagues among the state press association executive directors is that from time to time, we can “borrow” their bulletin material and re-publish it in our own. As long as we give them credit. Bill Rogers is a long-time friend and colleague and had a good column this week in the […]

SNPA, Inland Press consider merger

From the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association Bulletin The SNPA Board of Directors has voted to explore the possibility of a merger with the Inland Press Association. Here’s why the Board is considering this. In this time of significant change, there is a critical need for an industry association that provides voice and focus equal to the challenges of our new […]