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A Google Street View image of the former Jonesboro Sun building, which it occupied for more than 50 years before selling to St. Bernards helathcare.
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Jonesboro Sun Building’s Sale Reflects New Economy of News

The paper is among many that have sought savings in a deeply besieged industry where readers, advertisers and revenue have been fleeing to the web. read more >
James Bright, who became general manager of the Texarkana Gazette this year, has concrete plans and bright hopes for the paper despite a long downturn in the daily newspaper business.
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Texarkana Gazette Latest to Go Digital With iPads

Wehco Media boss Walter Hussman Jr. is bringing his 21st century digital revolution to his grandfather C.E. Palmer’s first paper, the Texarkana Gazette. read more >
James Bright, who became general manager of the Texarkana Gazette this year, has concrete plans and bright hopes for the paper despite a long downturn in the daily newspaper business.
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A Gazette That Still Delivers, On PaperLock Icon

James Bright took over as general manager of the Texarkana Gazette just five months ago, but don’t call the paper his new baby. read more >
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Walter Hussman Boasts of Sentinel-Record’s ProfitLock Icon

While Wehco Media Owner Walter Hussman cuts back on the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's daily print delivery, he's also proud of the financial success of the Sentinel-Record in Hot Springs read more >

Number of 7-Day Newspapers Drops to 8 in ArkansasLock Icon

With the Pine Bluff Commercial consolidating its Sunday print operation into a weekend edition to be published on Saturday, the count of seven-day-a-week papers remaining in the state shrank once again. read more >

In Print, Grim Numbers But Some Successes

Numbers in the new Arkansas Media Directory from the Arkansas Press Association offer a wealth of detail on the state’s 82 weekly, nine semiweekly and 21 daily newspapers. But for fans of the inky publishing industry, they make for pretty grim reading. read more >
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette printing facility at 301 Byrd Street in Little Rock.
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Printing the Paper, and Avoiding Red Ink

Newspapers are trying different tactics, from layoffs to online subscriptions, to save a business model disrupted by the internet. read more >
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Arkansas Side of Texarkana Struggling with Dropping Alcohol Sales

Its beer and wine monopoly broken and grip on hard liquor sales slipping, Texarkana, Ark., faces a new economic reality that threatens both business and government. read more >
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Kirk Blair Named General Manager for Texarkana Gazette

Kirk Blair, a veteran newspaper executive whose career with the Texarkana Gazette spans more than 30 years, has been named general manager of the paper. Blair will assume his new duties April 1, replacing Buddy King, who is retiring. read more >