• Article Alleges Tension Between Wintour And Enninful
    The relationship between Anna Wintour and Edward Enninful, the head of British Vogue, has turned frosty. An article based on anonymous sources alleges Enninful is gunning for Wintour’s job, although there is little chance Wintour is leaving any time soon.    
  • Why Law Firms Should Adopt Email Marketing
    Email should be at the top of every law firm’s marketing strategy. The National Law Review explains why. 
  • New Magazine Celebrates An Older America
    Porch + Prairie is a glossy new quarterly that remembers an America some have forgotten. Founder Peder von Harten explains why the magazine is a labor of love and duty.
  • Decision To Cut Comics Is Having a Seismic Impact
    Is the venerable newspaper comics page a dying institution? This question is being asked amid reports that Lee Enterprises is cutting back its comics offerings and News Corp. Australia is dropping its comic strips. 
  • Jonathan Harmworth To Head 'Daily Mail'
    Jonathan Harmworth (Lord Rothermere), chair of the Daily Mail & General Trust, will take over as chief executive of the family business. He replaces Paul Zwillenberg, who has been leader of the company for six years. 
  • Oregon's 'Mail Tribune' Is Scrapping Its Print Edition
    The Mail Tribune, of Medford, Oregon, is moving to an online-only format. The paper, which blames the cost of printing and distribution, will print its last issue on September 30. 
  • Jeff German Fund For Investigative Journalism Announced
    Investigative Reporters & Editors has established the Jeff German Fund for Investigative Journalism, working with the Las Vegas Review-Journal. German was slain earlier this month, allegedly by a politician he had been covering.   
  • News-Based Email Newsletters Are Now A Huge Business
    The world’s biggest news-based newsletters have become a $100 million business. Here’s how it happened, with a list of the biggest players.   
  • Arraignment Delayed For Alleged Killer Of Journalist
    A judge has postponed the arraignment of Robert Telles, the official accused of murdering Las Vegas journalist Jeff German. The defense requested the delay. A criminal complaint accused Telles of “lying in wait” for German.  
  • What Can Be Done About Crisis Fatigue
    Some news consumers are experiencing crisis fatigue, to the point where tragedy becomes banal. But they can mitigate it by limiting their daily intake of news. Here is an analysis of the problem.  
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