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  • Television in Mobile, Alabama
    News from the Mobile TV Examiner for Monday, September 22nd, 2014
    Images of local TV programming guides the Mobile Press-Register had published between the years 1970 and 1992 were uploaded onto the World Wide Web site NewsBank recently, specifically its "America's Historical Newspapers" section (a...
  • MAZ and the USA Today
    Maz powers USA Today Sports Weekly
    Maz, a digital publishing platform that runs over 750 iOS, Android, and Amazon apps may be hitting a home run in a new partnership with USA Today.Maz recently announced that they will develop a series of apps across the USA Today Sports Weekly...
  • Where does your news come from?
    Where does your news come from?
    In 2014, online newspaper media content reached more than 145 million unique visitors in January alone. It seems that mobile news content is the way of the future and that newspapers are a thing of the past. Well, this isn't necessarily true....
  • Kansas City Night Skyline
    Meet KCBJ Editors At What's Brewing On March 14
    You can meet and network with the Kansas City Business Journal (KCBJ)reporters and editors at its What's Brewing event from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Friday, March 14 at the Grand Street Cafe, 4740 Grand Ave., Kansas City, MO.The fee to attend...
  • Ten tips for more success with newspaper research
    Ten tips for more success with newspaper research
    You can find access to historic newspapers through local county and university libraries. Many newspapers have been made available through online databases at:Accessible ArchivesAncestry.comChronicling AmericaGenealogyBankNewsBankWhat do you do...
  • Confederate newspapers
    Confederate Newspapers in Richmond, Virginia
    There were actually four daily newspapers that were operational during the war years in the Richmond, a city that had a population of 39,000. And they were all over the place regarding what they reported and what they didn’t.The Richmond...
  • Online newspapers from history...
    Online newspapers from history a research and educational tool
    By accessing a Google page, you can read a newspaper from anywhere in the world. It is a wonderful research tool."Google" is now a replacement word for "search" or "research." Where once we advised, "Research it...
  • Cartoonist Ed Stein
    Editorial cartoonist Ed Stein rues the future of newspapers
    At the height of his career, cartoonist Ed Stein's work was featured on the editorial pages of 450 newspapers nationwide, and graced the pages of the NY Times, the Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, and Playboy Magazine. He was the editorial...
  • Gun permit confidentiality addressed in court decision
    Gun permit confidentiality addressed in court decision
    As a means of punishing gun owners many media outlets, newspapers in particular, have published the names of concealed carry permit holders who live within their coverage area. In some instances addresses were provided with the names, along with...
  • Market for a Job
    Searching for a Job
    Jobs are everywhere, in all of the fields, manufacturing, retail sales,high tech electronics, banks, financial institutions, hospitals, health carefacilities and many other companies. You need to look on theinternet and the educational...
  • TV Weekly logo
    Mobile Press-Register to offer a new type of local TV programming guide
    The Mobile Press-Register's newspapers for Sunday, November 3rd, advertised their plan to start offering booklets of a new type of local TV programming guide on a weekly basis under the name TV Weekly on the Sunday of November 24th, after...
  • Copies of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News
    Philadelphia newspapers: Philadelphia Inquirer feud continues
    Staff at several Philadelphia newspapers is hoping the current feud will be resolved soon. CBS reports on Oct. 30 that there is an offer to buy out the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philly.com and Daily News. However, there are concerns that the offer...
  • Boston Globe logo
    Decline of liberal media: Boston Globe sells for $70 million
    It once sold for $1.1 billion dollars, or about 14 times the price Boston Red Sox principal owner John Henry just paid to purchase the Boston Globe. Proving more what a declining asset it is, the New York Times is the owner who just sold it. Print...
  • California
    Vibrant collection assembles best of California writing
    "New California Writing:2013" (Heyday, $16.95), edited by Gayle Wattawa and Kirk Glaser, is a masterful collection of California's best fiction, nonfiction and poetry.The selections come from sources as diverse as small literary...
  • WABB-AM newspaper
    WABB-AM newspaper dated from 1969 on eBay (updated)
    By Tuesday, December 4th, a newspaper published years ago by WABB-AM in Mobile was put up for bids on the World Wide Web site eBay with a starting price of $14.99 and a deadline set for Tuesday, December 11th (8:00:21 p.m., Central time) for...