“I know the difference of opinion and debate, but I will not abide hatred.”
With those words, a Catholic priest in Dallas gave newspaper editors the principle that ought to guide them through a tense time in America. Newspaper editors exercise judgement many times every day. It’s time for them to exercise that judgment to silence some of the hateful debate.
Journalist-turned-Dominican friar has multifaceted life story
Father Armando Ibanez also a professor, filmmaker, poet
Ibanez covered the area he knew best, working for the Alice Echo-News and the Corpus Christi Caller-Times until he received “the calling.”
WASHINGTON—If Congress does not act quickly to reform the U.S. Postal Service, small-town America can expect a further slow-down of the mail, said Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader in Princeton, KY, when he testified to a U.S. Senate committee Jan. 21.
Research from Pew Center supports NNA study
By Max Heath
Research from the Pew Center just released showed that in three markets of varying sizes, more than half of the readers depend primarily on the printed newspaper. Studies in Sioux City, IA; Macon, GA; and Denver also revealed:
According to a Nielsen study, newspaper media – in print and online – scored the highest out of all media (including television, radio and social media) when it came to overall consumer engagement. Specifically, newspaper media is also the most trusted source for advertising, and delivered a 12 percent larger advertising-engaged audience than the overall average for all other media. On a typical day, most people would immediately change the channel when their favorite program ended and the commercials started rolling.