Fireside State provides a constituent-services solution allowing lawmakers and staff to deliver a more comprehensive community experience.
The initiative enhances transparency for event producers, exhibitors and event-platform vendors.
With the "Nebraska Examiner," States Newsroom now provides state news coverage to over half the nation.
The pandemic has spurred a shift in the rationale for fitness, with 54% or respondents caring more about fitness than in the past.
Palin is suing "The New York Times" over a 2017 editorial that incorrectly linked her political rhetoric to the 2011 shooting of Arizona U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
"The Ecopreneurs" focuses on innovative business models and people promoting sustainability.
"Parade" comes as part of a deal to acquire AMG/Parade, the Nashville, Tennessee-based media company that publishes the food magazine "Relish" and health title "Spry Living."
The newspaper will operate as an independent nonprofit subsidiary of Chicago Public Media, separate from WBEZ, but sharing content across channels.
The suit, aimed specifically at the German ad-blocking company Eyeo GmbH and its program, AdBlock Plus, claimed copyright infringement led to the underprinting of ad content and editorial contributions.
'Adweek' editor in chief Stephanie Paterik is leaving the brand after more than seven years.