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Posted January 15, 2020

Herald-Times to print in Indianapolis “The Herald-Times (Bloomington, Indiana) is relocating its newspaper printing and production from Bloomington to a plant in Indianapolis that prints the Indianapolis Star, the paper announced. The paper’s news and advertising teams will stay in Bloomington. The move will likely mean some layoffs, but the number has not been set, […]

Posted January 8, 2020

Portland Tribune cuts back print, launches paywall “The Portland Tribune (Oregon) is making changes, including putting its website behind a paywall and producing one print edition a week, cutting back from two. The changes were set to go into effect the week of Jan. 1. Pamplin Media Group, owned by Robert Pamplin Jr., owns the […]

Posted December 18, 2019

Sun-Times, Tribune re-up agreement “Sun-Times Media and Tribune Publishing have a deal on the printing and distribution of the Chicago Sun-Times, the paper reported. The Sun-Times’ contract with Tribune Publishing had been set to expire at the end of 2019. The Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune are printed at the Freedom Center plant at 777 W. […]

Posted December 11, 2019

Scherer Publishing buys Hot Springs Star “Scherer Publishing, owned by Bob and Mandy Scherer of Martin, South Dakota, is buying the Hot Springs Star (South Dakota) from Lee Enterprises. It will be merged with the Fall River County Herald, starting with the Dec. 12 edition of the Fall River County Herald Star, the Herald reported. The […]

Posted December 4, 2019

Dayton Daily News to cut print days “The Dayton Daily News and two other Ohio papers are going to three days a week from daily print to please regulators who have approved a $3.1 billion buy of Cox TV stations and papers by Apollo Global Management, the New York Post reported. FCC rules don’t allow […]

Posted November 27, 2019

GateHouse parent buys Gannett “GateHouse parent New Media Investment Group has completed its $1.2 billion cash-and-stock buy of Gannett, the companies announced Nov. 19. The combined company has adopted the name Gannett Co. and trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker GCI. The combined company is the largest local news organization in […]

Posted November 20, 2019

Hearst Magazines staffers unionizing “Hearst Magazines’ editorial, video, design, photo and social staff across 24 brands is moving to unionize with the Writers Guild of America, East, AFL-CIO. The brands are Best Products, Bicycling, Car and Driver, Cosmopolitan, Country Living, Delish, Elle, Elle Decor, Esquire, Good Housekeeping Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, House Beautiful, Marie Claire, Men’s […]

Posted November 13, 2019

Salt Lake Tribune becomes a nonprofit ” The Salt Lake Tribune has become a nonprofit, the paper has announced. The IRS approved the nonprofit status in a late October letter, declaring The Tribune a 501(c)(3) public charity. The publication can now accept tax-deductible donations. The push to become a nonprofit was driven by TThe Salt Lake […]

Posted November 6, 2019

Greenwich Journal and Salem Press ceases publication “The Greenwich Journal and Salem Press (New York) is ceasing to publish following the death of owner Craig Phalen, the Times Union reported. Phalen died at age 44 Oct. 21, the paper reported. Phalen and his wife Meghan bought the paper in 2014. “On Monday, October 21, my […]

Posted October 30, 2019

Meredith sells Money to Ad Practitioners “Meredith has closed on the sale of the Money brand to Ad Practitioners, a portfolio of digital brands, including ConsumersAdvocate.org. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The sale includes the money.com website, which averages 4 million monthly unique visitors, according to comScore. Currently, 14 employees work on money.com at Meredith offices in New York. […]