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Legacy Newspapers get Support from Temple University to Improve Digital Practices

January 08, 2016

Temple University’s School of Media and Communication has launched a project that will support four legacy newspaper newsrooms as they identify ways to improve their digital practices through changes in technology, workflows and even job roles.

The Coral Project’s New Tool will Help Publishers Identify Valued Contributors

November 04, 2015

The Coral Project is launching their first product, an open-source “listening” tool to help better connect news publishers with the readers who frequently comment and contribute to their websites.

How publishers can use LIONshare, a digital-media planning tool

September 22, 2015

A new digital-media planning platform can help news publishers bring in advertising revenue. The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) and LION Digital Media recently launched LIONshare. The platform allows publishers to put their new products and services in front of advertisers and media planners easily and quickly.

NewsPix tool helps newspapers remain visible to digital audiences

August 19, 2015

A new engagement tool, NewsPix, makes it possible for readers to constantly return to their preferred newspapers’ website and help news organizations create deeper relationships with their online audiences at the same time.

Web addresses with .news are now available

July 22, 2015

A new domain name may help journalists and media companies better connect with their readers. Rightside, a provider of domain name services, recently announced the availability of .news Web addresses.

How to leverage data's editorial impact to increase economic value

June 24, 2015

The publishing business has much in common with the three wings of the federal government. Just as the legislative, executive and judicial branches have a mutually dependent yet contentious relationship, the editorial, audience and advertising functions within a publishing company must act in concert while pursuing their individual objectives.

How AP's automation process is evolving

June 11, 2015

The Associated Press made an announcement nearly a year ago that captured the imagination of journalists across the country. NAA caught up with Lou Ferrara, the AP managing editor who leads automation efforts, this week to get a quick update.

How technology has impacted Hearst and The Washington Post

June 03, 2015

At the session entitled "Good. Better. Best?" Tuesday at the World News Media Congress in Washington, D.C., two executives driving the leading edge of transformation in their companies offered an inside peek at how technology is revolutionizing their operations.

Digital lessons from top U.S. publishers

June 02, 2015

Three legacy media publishers took the stage at the World News Media Congress in Washington, D.C., Monday to discuss how their companies have managed to grow as they have faced digital transformations.

How CharlotteFive attracts millennial readers

May 19, 2015

The Charlotte Observer is finding success with its CharlotteFive, a digital product that appeals to millennials. The website and email newsletter share the city's top five news and entertainment stories each weekday morning.

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