The San Francisco Bay Guardian will come back to life on Thursday, Jan. 22, with the release of the Guardian-in-Exile Projectâ€™s commemorative final print edition, celebrating the defunct newspaperâ€™s 48-year history of â€œprinting the news and raising hellâ€ and discussing what happened and whatâ€™s next.
Pamela Polston and Paula Routly will be honored at a ceremony during the New England Newspaper and Press Association conference in February.
According to publisher and co-owner, Jeff Lawrence, Dig Portland will cease publishing immediately as part of the agreement.
The 2015 AAN Awards submission deadline is February 19. The two Wild Card topics are Environmental Reporting and LGBT/Gender Equality Coverage. The AAN Awards will for the first time include four $500 cash prizes.
Kirk Woundy has occupied the position since September 2012, and plans to continue doing so until a new editor is identified.
Kara Swisher (Re/code), Cenk Uygur (The Young Turks), Mark Glaser (PBS MediaShift), Stephanie Brower (ChartBeat), and Maya Schenwar (Truthout) are among the headline speakers at next month's Digital Conference in San Francisco.
JH Weekly has been acquired by Copperfield Publishing, which also publishes Salt Lake City Weekly and Devour Utah magazine.
For 35 years Random Lengths News has covered the L.A. Harbor Area, an area that has been overlooked by publications such as the Los Angeles Times and the Daily Breeze.
Euclid Media Group names award-winning journalist, HernÃ¡n Rozemberg, as Editor-in-Chief of the San Antonio Current.