AAN News

Free Sales Webinar: Overcoming Common Client Objections to Digital Advertising

The Local Media Association is offering this sales webinar free of charge to AAN members on November 10. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  10-19-2015  3:30 pm  |  Association News

It's All Journalism: Podcasters Launch First DC PodFest

In this week's episode of It's All Journalism, Producer Michael O'Connell talks to Jennifer Crawford, co-host of The JellyVision Show Podcast, and Alex Vidales, the host of the Pilot Waves podcast. (FULL STORY)
It's All Journalism  |  10-16-2015  9:00 am  |  It's All Journalism

Peter D. Barbey Buys The Village Voice

Voice Media Group has sold the Village Voice to Peter D. Barbey, investor and President of the Reading Eagle Company, a family-owned media company. (FULL STORY)
Village Voice  |  10-12-2015  4:00 pm  |  Press Releases

Letters to the Future: A Call for Letters on Climate Changenew

East Bay Express  |  10-12-2015  4:00 pm  |  Industry News

AAN Joins Letter Protesting Treatment of Photographers in Atlanta

Police harassment of photographers (and reporters) in public spaces around the country continues to be a problem on a regular basis. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  10-09-2015  4:30 pm  |  Legal News

It's All Journalism: Periscope Curious? We Got Your Back

Neal Augenstein, a radio reporter at WTOP in Washington, D.C., shares tips on how to use Periscope to add streaming video to your digital toolbox. (FULL STORY)
It's All Journalism  |  10-09-2015  11:11 am  |  It's All Journalism

Philadelphia City Paper Bids Farewellnew

Philadelphia City Paper goes out with an absurdist play based on real interviews with alt industry characters past and present.
Philadelphia City Paper  |  10-08-2015  3:00 pm  |  Industry News

Over 35 AAN Publications Collaborate on Letter-Writing Project Ahead of U.N. Climate Change Conference

Over 35 AAN publications will publish Letters to the Future, a national letter-writing project featuring letters from authors, artists, scientists and the general public. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  10-05-2015  4:00 pm  |  Industry News

It's All Journalism: Global News Has a Local Impact

PBS Newshour foreign affairs producer P.J. Tobia talks about his journey from working at an alternative newspaper in Nashville to covering local news in Afghanistan to launching the foreign affairs podcast, Shortwave. (FULL STORY)
It's All Journalism  |  10-02-2015  4:30 pm  |  It's All Journalism

Willamette Week Partners with Washington Post on New Websitenew

The Washington Post's Arc custom publishing platform now powers the website of Willamette Week, which is the first media company to use the content management system.
The Washington Post  |  10-01-2015  4:00 pm  |  Industry News

Philadelphia City Paper Sold, Will Shut Down Print Publicationnew

Philadelphia City Paper was acquired by Broad Street MeĀ­dia, which will cease printing the alt-weekly and will merge its web operations with Philadelphia Weekly.
Northeast Times  |  10-01-2015  12:20 pm  |  Industry News

AAN Speaks Out in New Jersey Open Records Case

A New Jersey appellate court concluded that an agency can discharge its disclosure obligations under OPRA by issuing a press release in lieu of releasing records. We disagree. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  09-29-2015  4:00 pm  |  Legal News

It's All Journalism: How To Create Your First Podcast

It's All Journalism producer Michael O'Connell gives a table talk presentation about podcasting at ONA 2015 in Los Angeles. (FULL STORY)
It's All Journalism  |  09-25-2015  5:00 pm  |  It's All Journalism

AAN Joins Letter Against Gag Order in Biker Gang Riot Trial

The gag order was issued by the judge of one of the 177 criminal prosecutions of participants in the huge riot/fight/shootout between rival motorcycle gangs in Waco, Texas in May. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  09-21-2015  3:15 pm  |  Legal News