use may get more use than any government website

I’m not going to put analytics up against any KPA member newspaper website because I know you’ll smack it around. There’s no comparison from the numbers I’ve seen for electronic paid copies on the Statements of Ownership. But I wouldn’t doubt could hold its own against most any local government website. You know, the ones that the state […]

Anderson News T-shirt promotion has a literal meaning for Florida man

One week left to vote on Online Publications/ Newspapers as full members

Publishers/GMs of full member newspapers should have received a letter, KPA Bylaws amendment language and a ballot last week on allowing Online Publications/Newspapers to be full (voting) members of KPA. As stated in the letter, we have a membership category for Online Publications but it does not allow those publications any voting rights. Nor would it allow them to enter […]

California association looking for its next executive director; Tom Newton announced retirement

Interested in heading up one of the nation’s largest state press associations? Looking for warmer climes and have an urging to live in California? Here’s your chance. The California News Publishers Association is looking to replace retiring executive director, Tom Newton. CNPA has the second largest press association board in the country, second only to Kentucky Press Association. CNPA’s is […]

Tennessee House rushing through resolution about Washington Post, CNN being ‘fake news’ and that’s the truth

A resolution designating the Washington Post and CNN as ‘fake news’ and ‘part of the media wing of the Democratic Party’ is moving through the Tennessee state House of Representatives Read the resolution for yourself Erin Whiteside, Joy Jenkins, Melanie Faizer, Amber Roessner and Nick Geidner are faculty in the School of Journalism & Electronic Media at the University of […]

Roy Peter Clark: 12 guidelines to make hard facts easy to read

Twelve guidelines to consider when using hard facts in writing. To read Roy Peter Clark’s guidance on each of the 12, go to