The Log Cabin Democrat’s circulation has dwindled to 3,925 on weekdays and about 5,300 on Sundays, about half what it was in the mid-1980s, even as the town has grown to 65,000 people. The decline shocks nobody following the daily newspaper industry, which is dying in the internet age. read more >
It’s no mystery why several of Little Rock’s biggest and best advertising and marketing agencies won absolutely no awards last month at the local American Advertising Awards.
They didn’t enter the contest. read more >
Pedophile comments attached to YouTube videos featuring children pushed multimillion-dollar advertisers like AT&T, Disney, Hasbro and Nestle to halt commercials on the Google-owned video website. read more >
After blazing a four-decade trail for Arkansas women, helping build the Arkansas Times and then ABPG into two of the state’s biggest independent multimedia firms, Olivia Farrell is taking her dogs and going home. read more >
With marketing visibility through Amazon.com and help from the online retailer’s order fulfillment service, Cindy Green’s Neurons Not Included has doubled sales nearly every year since 2012 read more >