Three new publishing applications for newspapers

Kevin Slimp is director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. Email questions to him at kevin@kevinslimp.com. I...
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Lessons learned in Ohio

Kevin Slimp, technology Kevin Slimp is director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. Email questions to him at kevin@kevinslimp.comConvention season is an interesting time in the life...
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Checking the Pulse of Journalism

What are newspaper folks saying about the state of things? Over the past two weeks, I’ve traveled from coast to coast speaking at newspaper conferences...

CherryRoad Media selects SCS to provide an integrated, front-to-back Advertising, Production and Editorial...

At America’s Newspapers Conference in Colorado Springs, CO, CherryRoad Media  (Parsippany, NJ) has signed contracts with SCS to implement the Community Advertising  System and...
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How to create a website

Kevin Slimp, technology Kevin Slimp is director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. Email questions to him at kevin@kevinslimp.comTwo weeks ago, I found myself awake at 3...
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Our Digital Future

As far as you know, I’ve got it all figured out Some of you will remember Facebook. If you’re over 40, you probably visit Facebook...
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Favorite apps for journalists

Kevin Slimp, technology Kevin Slimp is director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. Email questions to him at kevin@kevinslimp.comIn April, I was asked to speak on the...
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Young Kansas publisher quickly learns secrets of success

When Tommy Thomason invited me to spend a couple of days at the Texas Center for Community Journalism a few months ago, I was...
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What to believe about the state of newspapers

Kevin Slimp, commentary Kevin Slimp is chief executive officer of newspaperacademy.com and director of The Newspaper Institute. Contact Kevin at kevin@kevinslimp.comI don’t know about you, but my life...
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Increasing Efficiency

There’s a question I get asked a lot by friends, colleagues and audience members at conferences. There are variations, but they all go something like,...