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MDDC Board Elects New Officers for 2015

At its Annual Meeting, Thursday, November 13th, Maryland | Delaware | DC Press Association board members elected Ben Phillips, president of the Afro-American Newspapers, president of the MDDC Board of Directors. He succeeds Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record, who will become MDDC's immediate past president when her term ends at the end of 2014. Also elected were Geordie Wilson, publisher of the Frederick News-Post, as vice-president, Mike Kilian, executive editor of The Daily Times, as treasurer. Karen Acton, CEO of Post Community Media, was re-elected as secretary. ... More

ExPress Newsletter - October 2014

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Executive Director Update - October 2014

Heading into the 4th quarter of 2014, the Association has been looking ahead to 2015. Through the hard work of our committees and members we will focus on moving our legislative agenda forward, increasing our ad network and sponsorship revenues, and expanding our events and trainings. ... More

Survey responses show glimpse into the state of newspapers

This column is dedicated to anyone who publishes, writes, edits, designs, sells ads for, delivers or does anything else in the newspaper industry. You might remember that last month I mentioned a survey I’ve been doing of newspaper publishers in the United States and Canada. It’s been three weeks and, so far, more than 600 publishers have taken part in the survey. Requests to complete the survey were sent out by most newspaper associations in both countries. In addition, I sent out requests to publishers in areas where associations didn’t send out a request, so we could get an accurate idea of how things are going in our industry. ... More

Bridges take selling from Point A to Point B

By John Foust, Raleigh, NC

One of the most impressive bridges I’ve ever seen is the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. It is four and a half miles long and connects the eastern and western shores of Maryland. Rising high above the waves, it enables travelers to cross the bay in a fraction of the time the trip would take by boat.
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First Amendment Coalition seeks nominations for Free Speech & Open Government Award

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