On Thursday, December 4, AAN attorney Kevin Goldberg will answer member questions on legal topics, including free speech and copyright issues.
The AAN Awards will for the first time include a $500 investigative prize and $500 prize for the best coverage of gender issues. The prizes will be funded by alt-weekly veterans Mike Lacey and Fran Zankowski.
Euclid Media Group published the premiere issue of Out In SA, a quarterly magazine for queer San Antonio, with coverage of local politics, culture, real estate, fashion, and food, and a team of advice columnists for our diverse lives: parenting, sex, identity and more.
The Atlanta Press Club announced that two Creative Loafing stories have been selected as part of the professional organization's Top 10 Favorite Stories of the last 50 years.
AAN will be holding its first-ever joint conference with The Media Consortium at the Argonaut Hotel in San Francisco, February 5-7, 2015.
Editor Danny Cross writes: "One of the main reasons we're still here is because CityBeat has always been staffed by people who care about and are proud of Cincinnati."
Gustavo Arellano's Â¡Ask a Mexican! column began humbly in OC Weekly ten years ago this week.
The founder and former publisher of Madison's Isthmus was inducted to the Milwaukee Media Hall of Fame on October 24.
Cygnus Business Media today announced that it has sold a large group of publications to SouthComm, Inc.
Texas State Sen. Dan Patrick has based his entire career on terrifying Texas voters about one imaginary threat or another: immigrants, uppity women, ghost voters, whatever fantastical monster-under-the-bed he can use to promote his political advancement.