Tagged: Arkansas Press Association

No Arkadelphia Paper? Say It Ain’t So, GateHouse

No Arkadelphia Paper? Say It Ain’t So, GateHouse

Outtakes

After back-to-back weeks of notable newspaper shutdowns by GateHouse Media Group Inc., including The Times of North Little Rock and the Arkadelphia Siftings-Herald, we seem to be at a tipping point for local journalism in Arkansas. read more >

GateHouse Shutting Down Pulaski, Lonoke County Papers

GateHouse Shutting Down Pulaski, Lonoke County Papers

GateHouse Media Inc., the national chain that owns more U.S. newspapers than any other, is shutting down its weekly print papers in Pulaski and Lonoke counties, the company’s senior group publisher based in Pine Bluff confirmed Tuesday morning. read more >

In Print, Grim Numbers But Some Successes

In Print, Grim Numbers But Some Successes

Outtakes

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 >

A Reporter Is Beaten; Arkansans Can Relate

A Reporter Is Beaten; Arkansans Can Relate

Outtakes

Arkansas Democrat photographer Will Counts captured the beating of newspaper reporter L. Alex Wilson outside Central High School in 1957, and his images stunned viewers then and have embarrassed Arkansas for 60 years. read more >