Ken Tingley, editor of the Post-Star in Glens Falls, N.Y., explained in a column on Jan. 14 his newspaper’s policy for posting content online. Each and every day, the Post-Star keeps two stories offline and runs them only in the print edition.
A fun video for Thursday.
Apple, as it turns out, is so protective of the perceived value of its brand that it prohibits the use of the word “free” anywhere near its product names in promotional advertisements. Oh, and you can’t give away iPads either.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle is pleased to announce the release of its new apps for iOS and Android devices, bringing the paper’s local news directly… Read More »Chronicle launches smartphone apps for Android and iPhone
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle is giving away an iPad 2 to one of our Facebook fans, and we’re working on some other Facebook goodness too.
Image via Wikipedia Verizon stores will begin selling the iPad on Oct. 28, according to a press release on Apple’s website. Verizon will only sell… Read More »Verizon stores to carry iPads starting Oct. 28
A new iPhone is among the highlights from Steve Jobs’ keynote at the 2010 Apple WWDC.
A newsroom in Albany, Ga., will save thousands of dollars a year in printing costs by using iPads instead of paper scripts, Al Tompkins at… Read More »Georgia newsroom saving money by replacing paper scripts with iPads
KBZK has unveiled a new weekly feature called “The Web Corner,” where the station’s Web producer addresses Web issues for the station and talks about tech news.
The video’s embeddable, so you can check it out after the jump.Read More »KBZK starts weekly Web-focused segment on evening news