New Era cuts the ribbon to officially open new office in downtown Hopkinsville

The Kentucky New Era in Hopkinsville held a ribbon-cutting and open house for its new offices on Main Street. Left to right are Angie Gibbs, co-owner, The Studio 3s in Hopkinsville; Mike Weafer, group publisher, Paxton Media Group; Tyler Dixon, sports editor; Zirconia Alleyne, editor; Brandon Cox, publisher; Debbie Poe, advertising manager; Tonya Grace, staff writer; Cynthia Cunningham, customer service representative; […]

News Literacy Week might be ending but it should be a never-ending awareness campaign

With the convention last week and no On Second Thought, we missed the chance to talk about the News Literacy Project Week. The week officially ends today but news literacy is something that should have no final timeline. So we can at least let you know about it in case you missed it and participate in learning what it was […]

Developing an engaging voice remains one of the under-appreciated changes

Developing an engaging voice remains one of the most underappreciated changes required for successful local digital transformation. You can launch new podcasts, newsletters or videos. You can increase daily story output. The efforts won’t amount to much if the voice that runs through those doesn’t shift from the institutional to the human. There are many reasons why many newsrooms have […]

NNA requests your help in supporting Postal Service Fairness Act in Congress

A letter from NNA requesting help with HR 2382 in Congress I am asking you to spend a minute before Monday to shoot a note off to your House members asking for support of HR 2382. An issue brief is linked here and below. You can see whether your representative is already listed as a co-sponsor here, which will also show […]