Wehco Media Inc.

Related People

Related News

10 Years After the War: Is the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Really ‘The Best of Both'?

On Oct. 19, 1991, the newly christened Arkansas Democrat-Gazette landed on doorsteps and in the newspaper boxes of the state's new media landscape. Having whipped its nemesis, the Democrat-Gazette pushed ahead, working to take in advertising dollars left homeless when the Gazette collapsed and selling the mantra, “The Best of Both.” read more >

Democrat-Gazette Layoffs: Paper Slices NWA Sports Staff

Sources tell the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal that all northwest Arkansas sports department staff members -- with the exception of department head Steve Goff -- were laid off Thursday. read more >

UA's Walton College to Induct 4 Into 2012 Business Hall of Fame

The University of Arkansas' Sam M. Walton College of Business and the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame Board will induct four honorees at a ceremony at 6 p.m. in Little Rock. read more >

Anniversary of Arkansas Gazette Closing To Be Memorialized

Stephen Steed, former state desk and freelance reporter for the Arkansas Gazette, is organizing a party to reunite erstwhile Gazette staffers and commemorate the 20th anniversary of the historic newspaper's closing. read more >

Lea to be Fresh Blood at Democrat-Gazette

When the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette announced last week that Nat Lea, the publisher of the Hot Springs Sentinel-Record, would take over as general manager at the Little Rock daily, Paul Smith sounded almost relieved that he would pass those duties to Lea. read more >

UPDATE: Democrat-Gazette Names New Vice President, General Manager

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette names Nat Lea as vice president and general manager of the newspaper. Paul Smith will remain president. read more >

What's Next After Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Morning News Merger in Northwest Arkansas

The U.S. Department of Justice will allow the merger between Stephens Media LLC and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Inc., clearing the way for both entities to seek a return to profitability. read more >

CORRECTED: Democrat-Gazette, Stephens Media Employees Face Uncertain Future

Nervous employees expect layoffs, but details are still sketchy. read more >

UPDATED: Democrat-Gazette, Stephens Media Plan Joint Venture in Northwest Arkansas

After suffering "significant financial losses during the current economic recession," the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Stephens Media plan a joint venture in northwest Arkansas, the news organizations announced Thursday. read more >

Two Arkansas Magazines Change Editorial Leadership

Arkansas Life and Inviting Arkansas shuffle editorial leadership. read more >

Tough 2008 Shows on List of State's Largest Private Companies

Collecting revenue data for the annual list of the state's largest private companies was harder this year. read more >

UPDATED: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's 2nd Round of Layoffs in Newsroom Complete

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette began a second round of layoffs Monday, with 16 people, all apparently newsroom employees, losing their jobs. read more >

Arkansas Business' 25 Wealthiest Arkansans (25th Anniversary)

For several years Arkansas Business ran a list, based on several sources, of the wealthiest Arkansans. That practice ended in 2001, a casualty of the combination of two factors: the fall of the stock market and greater difficulty in gathering data. read more >

UPDATED: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Cuts 50-60 Jobs

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette has let go 50-60 people throughout its statewide operations, the newspaper said on Tuesday. read more >

Newspapers Seek New Business Plan

Everyone knows the classic newspaper business model is changing, but what will Arkansas' gray ladies look like? read more >

Two National Conventions Coming to Little Rock This Weekend

The Peabody Little Rock will fill the hotel's conference hall with two conventions this weekend. National groups representing editorial writers and royalty owners will visit Little Rock for their 2008 conventions. read more >

EStem Provides a Public Alternative

EStem Charter Schools, which debuted last month in downtown Little Rock as a public alternative to private schools and public school districts, is already bucking several trends. read more >

County Seeing School Growth Of $71 Million

While enrollment in Pulaski County's public schools remains stagnant, private and charter schools seem to be booming. read more >

Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup Winners Announced

Winners of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup business plan competition received a total of $104,000 in cash prizes. read more >

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Publisher Named Publisher of the Year

Editor & Publisher names Walter E. Hussman Jr. its Publisher of the Year, highlighting what the magazine calls his "contrarian" views on publishing and the Internet. read more >