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Ashdown Paper Inactive; Democrat-Gazette Digital Numbers Up

Ashdown Paper Inactive; Democrat-Gazette Digital Numbers Up

by Kyle Massey – 3 days ago

As one Arkansas newspaper ended a 121-year publishing history last month in Ashdown, the dogged statewide daily — the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette — reported strong sales for its future-driven model: a digital replica newspaper on iPad and a printed Sunday paper.


Educational Television (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Educational Television (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionLegalEditor's Note

On Amazon's Prime Video service I recently rediscovered “The Closer,” a series that I loved during its original run on TBS from 2005-12. Here are some of the great lessons to be learned from Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson. read more >

Give Your Heart to United Way (Larry Stone Commentary)

Give Your Heart to United Way (Larry Stone Commentary)

OpinionHealth Care

For the last 96 years, Heart of Arkansas United Way has served our community by leading initiatives and making investments in local programs that create meaningful, sustainable change in education, financial stability and health. read more >

Stone Ward Invites Arkansas to Go Fish

Stone Ward Invites Arkansas to Go Fish

Whispers

Millie Ward doesn't hunt, but she does have a fishing license, and the Little Rock advertising exec's work for the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission is pushing other Arkansans to join her outdoors. read more >

KTHV News Director Departs

KTHV News Director Departs

Whispers

KTHV News Director Dave Parker is leaving the station after six years, the Little Rock CBS affiliate's management confirmed to Whispers Thursday. read more >

Life Lessons (Editorial)

Life Lessons (Editorial)

OpinionLegalTechnology & Telecom

We had a couple of ideas for furious editorials, but then we realized that this is Thanksgiving week and decided to give righteous anger a rest. read more >

Jason Pederson Now on DHS' Side

Jason Pederson Now on DHS' Side

OuttakesHealth Care

KATV is missing Jason Pederson, who left the Little Rock ABC affiliate after 24 years to create an ombudsman's office at the Arkansas Department of Human Services. read more >

Goodbye at Oxford American

Goodbye at Oxford American

Outtakes

A departure took place Nov. 15 at the Oxford American, the Southern culture magazine based in Little Rock and published in conjunction with the University of Central Arkansas. read more >

Bespoke Exits Riverside Headquarters

Bespoke Exits Riverside Headquarters

WhispersHealth Care

Talk about the demise of Bespoke Media Group LLC is exaggerated, even though the Little Rock video production and marketing company recently moved out of its 8,200-SF headquarters in the riverside warehouse district that once housed Cajun's Wharf. read more >

Conference to Focus on AI in Arkansas

Conference to Focus on AI in Arkansas

Health CareTechnology & Telecom

The sixth annual Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium conference is set for Feb. 10-11 at the Wyndham Riverfront in North Little Rock. Its theme is “Artificial Intelligence in Arkansas.” read more >

InVeritas Debuts New Product

InVeritas Debuts New Product

LegalTechnology & Telecom

Public affairs firm InVeritas of Little Rock recently launched a new product called Global i for companies and individuals in need of comprehensive, fact-based intelligence. read more >

Rewarding Failure (Editorial)

Rewarding Failure (Editorial)

OpinionBanking & FinanceRestaurants & Food

From Wells Fargo to the Razorbacks, severance packages are getting heavy for those given the heave-ho. read more >