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Today, as you read this column in your favorite newspaper, I hope that you can appreciate the irony of where I am choosing to voice my opposition to President Barack Obama's expressed "happiness" to look at proposals to provide federal funding to help "rescue" the struggling print segment of the Fourth Estate. Just what we need more of, our tax dollars going to pick and choose segments of the public sector that the administration deems worthy of assistance.
Yahoo Inc. is greatly expanding its relationship with the newspaper industry, announcing the addition Monday of five new publishing companies to a consortium that works with the Internet company to sell advertising online.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - Google Inc. plans to start selling advertising space in 50 top newspapers, expanding the Internet search engine's efforts to provide services off the Web and making it easier for companies advertising online to also show off their products in print.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - When journalist Aly Colón began his career, he always made the same request to his editors. Could he please have an accent? Colón, a Puerto Rican native, writes his name with an accent over the second ‘‘o’’ to distinguish it from the less than elegant body part.
We in the news business either develop thick hides or move on.
May 21, 2004
The Phoenix Police Department is looking into whether it should open a criminal child pornography investigation into photographs shot by a Tempe artist and published last week by a Valley newspaper.
Several Tribune employees say they are not surprised by the closing of the newspaper, to which many have given the best years of their careers. And with very few print publications hiring reporters these days, many are unsure of what they will do next.
The East Valley Tribune was named Arizona's Newspaper of the Year among large publications in the 2009 Better Newspapers contest sponsored jointly by the Arizona Newspapers Association and the Arizona Associated Press Managing Editors.
Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl, both R-Ariz., rank among the top nine congressional talking heads so far this year, according to Tuesday's edition of Roll Call, a newspaper that covers Washington politics.
The East Valley Tribune won its fourth consecutive Arizona Newspapers Association Newspaper of the Year award Saturday evening.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. - Yahoo Inc. announced a deal with seven newspaper companies that will allow more than 150 papers to sell ads on the search engine's online classified service.
Officials at Arizona State University are taking steps to limit what goes in the campus newspaper after student editors published a photo that outraged the administration, editors and professors say.
November 26, 2004
Arizona’s highest court is being asked to decide whether people who feel threatened by a letter to the editor can sue the newspaper.
The Arizona Newspaper Association named the Tribune Newspaper of the Year 2004 on Saturday for its combination of editorial and advertising excellence.
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart took her defense straight to the public Thursday, writing in a newspaper ad "I am innocent" and "will fight to clear my name" in a federal insider trading case that pressured her to step down as head of her retail and media empire.
The Ahwatukee Foothills News took home four Arizona Newspaper Association Awards on Sept. 29 in the organization’s 2012 Better Newspapers Contest.
The owner of the East Valley Tribune announced this week it has acquired 15 newspapers in Texas.
The East Valley Tribune won a first-place award for staff reporting and newswriting excellence and also took second place for general excellence in its category Saturday at the Arizona Newspapers Association’s Better Newspapers Contest.
Journalism is in a revolution. Ten years from now, maybe sooner, the professional news business as we know it may be replaced by something entirely new and still unknown.
Newspapers across the country are at a crossroads as they compete with the almighty Internet and struggle for advertising dollars in a failing economy.
Late Friday afternoon, Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard filed federal court papers to stop the shutdown of the Tucson Citizen. The Citizen’s death as a newspaper and transition to a commentary/opinion Web site might have been inevitable, but I have to agree with Goddard’s assertion that Gannett’s actions violate the intent of newspaper joint operating agreements and the underlying federal law that allows them.