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Kyle Massey

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Kyle Massey, who was born in Conway and raised in Newport, has been at Arkansas Business since February 2016. He began his journalism career as a sports writer at the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway before moving on as an editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Charlotte Observer. For 17 years, he served in editing roles at the New York Times in Manhattan. He and his wife, Kerry Prichard, have four grown children.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Today's Power to Build 1-MW Solar Array for Craighead Co-op

Northeast Arkansas has been inundated with rain this week, but officials at Craighead Electric Cooperative Corp. were looking for the sun Friday as they announced plans to build a one-megawatt solar array in Brookland, just northeast of the city. read more >

Zack Hill Becomes Partner at Few

Zack Hill, who joined the Few agency of Little Rock last year as its chief executive officer, will step into a partnership role with co-founder Arlton Lowry, the firm announced Wednesday. read more >

PR Icon Ron Robinson Dies at 75, Leaving Name on Theater

Ron Robinson, who started as an intern and rose to become chairman and CEO of marketing powerhouse Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, now CJRW, died Tuesday in Little Rock. read more >

2 Firms Name New Creative Directors: O'Brien at Mangan, Mosler at Agency501

Two growing Little Rock marketing firms have appointed new creative directors, Chris O'Brien at Mangan Holcomb Partners and Travis Mosler at Agency501. read more >

Arkansas Tourism Website Reborn, With Advertising This article is available only in print.

For all its images of scenic rivers, brooks and waterfalls, the most striking new feature on the state's overhauled tourism website may be a revenue stream. read more >

ArkansasOnline Reloads, Seeks Feedback

Teams at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette are revamping the website, and they want you to take a peek and respond. read more >

CJRW, Waymack & Crew Hit Award Jackpot for Lottery Spots

CJRW and its neighbors and frequent partners across Main Street, the video production team at Waymack & Crew, brought home some shiny trinkets last month at the Hermes Creative Awards and Telly Awards. read more >

Double Departures Leave KUAR Short-Staffed

KUAR found itself abruptly short-staffed last month when news veterans Jacob Kauffman and Sarah Whites-Koditschek departed on the same day. read more >

Amid Clean Air Debate, Entergy To Halt Coal-Burning at Redfield in 2028

A state agency has finalized new regulations covering emissions standards for power plants in Arkansas, drawing objections from environmentalists who say the rules are weak, and revealing in the details that Entergy Arkansas will cease to burn coal at its plant in Redfield in 2028. read more >

Murphy Oil Reports $46M 2Q Profit

Murphy Oil Corp. of El Dorado reported a second-quarter profit of $46 million, or 26 cents per share, in financial results submitted Wednesday to the Securities & Exchange Commission. read more >