STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Newspaper legal notices survive in bill
A bill written to reduce mandates on local governments was amended Wednesday to require most legal notices still to be printed in local newspapers.
Rep. Roger Crawford, R-Mora, wrote the bill to help... Posted on 4/28/11 at 5:21 AM
It seems like each time a newspaper implements a bold new strategy or deviates from the traditional model, pundits interpret those changes as acts of desperation. Ironically, these are often the same pundits who claim newspapers are not innovating and transforming fast enough.
Caroline Little, National Newspaper Association
, January 26, 2013
Representatives from the Echo Press, the Pope County Tribune and the Long Prairie Leader went on the KXRA radio program, “Open Line,” last week with a simple, united message: Community newspapers are far from dead.
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