Journalism

Sheboygan Press 107th Anniversary edition

A fun way to earn revenue with newspaper archives

The week before Christmas was the 107th anniversary for one of the papers I edit, the Sheboygan Press. We decided to create a vintage stye commemorative edition using stories from throughout more than century of history. It was fun and novel, and it was a big hit with readers and our advertisers.

Mobile kills the 24-hour-linear TV news channel

Last night, I sat in my newsroom, working with editors and reporters to put out two newspapers and keep our digital audiences up to date on desktop, social and mobile. We had CNN in the background. I’m old enough to remember a time when that seemed real-time, but cable TV felt ages behind alerts coming into my smartphone.

Facebook and co-opetition: I don’t fear reality but I want my reporters to eat

If Facebook and journalism had a relationship, it would be: It’s complicated. David Higgerson urged “journalism … to get over its fear of Facebook“. He wrote: Facebook is huge, and needs to remain huge. To do that, it needs to remain relevant to users. It needs to ensure it doesn’t alienate people. That, in turn, is good news for journalists… Read more →

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