Digital First Media selects Tecnavia’s eEdition & apps

Implementation at 27 publications already underway Burnsville, MN — Tecnavia reached agreement with Digital First Media (DFM) to supply its NewsMemory eEdition services to DFM...
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Industry News – Feb 2017

N.H. legislation aims to reinforce Right-to-Know law Mass. gov’t agencies use terrorism excuse for their secrecy R.I. House OKs broader expunging of criminal records ...

Journalists are not the enemy of the people

In August 2018, more than 350 news outlets across the country participated in a coordinated effort, publishing editorials that defend the vital role that...
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Industry News – Jan 2017

Alan White, editor at Eagle-Tribune, is dead at 68 Providence proposal would ban delivery of free newspapers Hearst to centralize Conn. group in Norwalk...
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Industry News – Dec 2016

Hearst reinvesting in Conn. papers and four others Conn. keeping investigation into its lottery secret Mass. daily rips AG Healey for hypocrisy on...
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Industry News – Dec 2016

R.I. school fined $1,000 for breaking public records law VTDigger: Vt. Gov. Shumlin puts lid on public records Transit agency in Mass.’s ‘abysmal’...
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Industry News – Nov 2016

GateHouse parent adds 6 Midwest newspapers to chain New deal deemed possible for merger of Gannett, Tronc Successes by Maine daily, others in boosting auto...
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Industry News – Nov 2016

3 in newsroom at Burlington (Vt.) Free Press laid off GateHouse parent’s Q3 report bucks bad-news trend GateHouse to add. chain-wide. 100 digital sales reps ...
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Industry News – Oct 2016

Owner cancels contest to sell Vt.'s Hardwick Gazette Vt.’s Free Press parent to cut jobs by 2% firm-wide VtDigger sues state over withheld public records ...
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Industry News – Oct 2016

New owners of Vt. papers mull their 4-day schedule Vt.’s Free Press parent may soon buy Courant parent Mass. court rules obscene, insulting letter to...