Little Rock ranks 57th on the list of America's top TV markets in the latest Nielsen roundup, but it punches well above its weight as a news town, and it has become a notable launching pad for TV journalists moving up. read more >
WeWork is a 9-year-old New York company that builds and runs shared office spaces in more than 100 cities worldwide. It announced April 1 that it would expand its operations to Bentonville at a soon-to-be-developed space at 224 S. Main St. that it hopes to open in 2021. read more >
Museums need to supply “social space,” says famed architect Jeanne Gang. If they are to survive, they need to be places where people want to be.
And that is what her design seeks to do for the expanded, renovated Arkansas Arts Center, a $98.8 million project: provide a “cultural living room.” read more >
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette readers in Conway get notice that weekday print delivery there will cease in July. The news comes amid talk about a staff meeting in which top officials discussed plans to print only on Sundays by the end of the year. read more >
Simply getting a seat at the corporate table remains a barrier for women in the workforce, a panel of women business leaders said Thursday during the first Soirée Women's Leadership Symposium at the DoubleTree Hotel in Little Rock. read more >
Newspapers are in a death spiral: More people are getting their news online, which would be fine if online advertising had similar value to print advertising. But it doesn’t, not even close. read more >