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Blue Hog Blogger Matt Campbell Joins Arkansas Times

The Little Rock lawyer known for exposing official wrongdoing through the Arkansas FOIA is shifting to full-time reporting. read more >
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Paper Money: For-Profit Arkansas Times Increasingly Relies On Donors

Arkansas Times Publisher Alan Leveritt and Director of Development Wythe Walker have hit upon a new business model for profit-making news outlets: tak read more >
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Arkansas Times Expands Staff, Boosts Online Readership

Publisher Alan Leveritt said the magazine has "become the voice of the blue community in a red state." read more >

MHP/Team SI Staying Nimble, Vogelpohl Says

Vogelpohl said the firm’s head count is actually up by about 10 from last year, when it celebrated its 50th anniversary. read more >
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Media & Marketing

Arkansas Times To Stop Publishing Spanish Newspaper El LatinoLock Icon

El Latino printed its final issue in late March, a victim of dwindling advertising revenue. read more >
Lindsey Millar, editor of Arkansas Times, has founded a “nonpartisan news project dedicated to producing journalism that matters to Arkansans.”
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Lindsey Millar to Leave Arkansas Times Editorship in May

In all, Millar has been with the Times for 16 years, the first four as its arts and entertainment editor. read more >
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Arkansas Times’ Max Brantley Retires After 50 Years of Journalism in Little RockLock Icon

Brantley spent almost 19 years at the Arkansas Gazette and more than 31 at the Arkansas Times. read more >
Arkansas Times Publisher Alan Leveritt (file)
Government & Politics / Legal / Media & Marketing

Supreme Court Asked to Stop Arkansas Law Against Israel Boycott

The ACLU called a lower court ruling in favor of the boycott a "radical departure" from Supreme Court precedent. read more >
Mark Lambert
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Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation Gains New Director of State Affairs (Movers & Shakers)

Mark Lambert previously worked in the bureau’s commodity and regulatory affairs department. read more >
Arkansas Times Publisher Alan Leveritt (file)
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Leveritt, ACLU Want Supreme Court Review of Pro-Israel Pledge

A ruling last week against the Arkansas Times has pushed its publisher to the doorsteps of the nation's highest court. read more >
Courtney Pledger has persevered through five not always smooth years as chief of Arkansas PBS, formerly the Arkansas Educational Television Network. “I’m nothing if not stubborn,” Pledger said.
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Courtney Pledger Commits Herself To Arkansas, and Awaits Her Raise

Despite being wooed for other positions, Pledger, executive director and CEO of Arkansas PBS, has transformed the public media station in her five-year tenure. read more >
Business Services / Government & Politics / Media & Marketing

Appeals Court Upholds Arkansas’ Israel Boycott Pledge Law

The court found that the restriction is not an unconstitutional violation of free speech. read more >

Newshound Max Brantley Nears the End of His Trail

Meanwhile, the Arkansas Times has announced two new hires, including veteran reporter Debra Hale-Shelton. read more >
Danny and Pam Cook hold an edition of the Warren Eagle Democrat
Small Business

Owner Says He’s Shutting Down Warren Newspaper, Unless …

Age and ailments have caught up with the owners. But the 136-year-old Warren Eagle Democrat could go on without them. read more >
Stephen Steed, former business and farm reporter for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, in 2016

Democrat-Gazette Reporter and Editor Stephen Steed Dies at 62

He was known as a skilled and empathetic journalist with a sharp memory and fun-loving disposition. read more >
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Nobody’s Boycotting Israel, but Just in Case…

Arkansas Times Publisher Alan Leveritt is challenging a state ultimatum to either sign a pledge agreeing not to boycott Israel or pay a price in state contracts. read more >
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Photographers Taking Action on Copyrights

An intellectual property attorney notes a rise of copyright infringement lawsuits, which can be costly to companies. read more >
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Appeals Court to Rehear Arkansas’ Israel Boycott Pledge Case

A federal appeals court says it will reconsider a panel's decision that Arkansas’ law requiring state contractors to pledge not to boycott Israel is unconstitutional. read more >
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Court Rules Against Arkansas’ Israel Boycott Pledge Law

A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that Arkansas' law requiring state contractors to pledge not to boycott Israel is unconstitutional. read more >
A screenshot of the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services' Pandemic Unemployment Assistance website at pua.arkansas.gov.
Government & Politics / Insurance / Legal / Media & Marketing

State Confirms Insurance Claim in Web ‘Breach’Lock Icon

Arkansas officials confirmed last week that the state filed an insurance claim in a May 15 website security lapse that exposed sensitive data on 30,000 Arkansans seeking pandemic unemployment benefits. read more >