EL PASO, Texas (AP) - The leader of Mexico's largest newspaper chain says that truth and transparency must be assured in the Mexican press and legal system or the country will keep seeing social problems and a violent drug war.
Alejandro Junco de la Vega is chairman and chief... more »
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The comic strip "Cathy," which has chronicled the life and dressing room meltdowns of its namesake for more than 30 years, is coming to an end.
Creator Cathy Guisewite said Wednesday the final strip will run in newspapers on Sunday, Oct. 3. Guisewite says... more »
The Colorado Springs Independent newspaper is seeking an Advertising Director who will be responsible for motivating, coaching, and training the 13 person display, classified and cyber sales force.
Apply by June 15
Email cover letter and resume to: AdDirector@csindy.com
The father of Columbine High School shooting victim Daniel Mauser says the 11th anniversary of the tragedy will be a quiet day for him, as he and his family visit the cemetery. In full-page newspaper ads yesterday, Tom Mauser urged Sen. Mark Udall to support a bill to expand criminal... more »
Free newspapers could soon be able to carry public government notices under legislation being considered at the Capitol.
Right now, state law requires that only newspapers with paid circulation be used for official government advertisements.
That's caused problems in mountain resort communities where free papers have become more... more »
A Philadelphia newspaper has apologized to readers for mistakenly running an ad congratulating the Philadelphia Phillies on winning back-to-back World Series titles.
The Yankees held a commanding 3-1 lead in the championship as of Monday, the day the ad was printed in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The three-quarter-page Macy's... more »
A report out this week shows circulation for the country's largest daily newspapers has dropped by more than 10% in the last year. To avoid cut-backs, dailies are being forced to find new ways to make revenue and locally, some are taking on the little guy. Alternative newspapers like the... more »
Freedom Communications, the parent company of the Colorado Springs Gazette, is reportedly close to filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
A report by the Wall Street Journal Sunday stated that the company has reached an agreement with its lenders to restructure its debts.
However, a report published in... more »