Post Tagged with: "newspapers"

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: New south Asheville poké restaurant to open Wednesday

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: New south Asheville poké restaurant to open Wednesday

Also, Asheville set another monthly rainfall record, and much more.

by August 6, 2018 3 comments Asheville News
Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Asheville Regional Airport updates, more

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Asheville Regional Airport updates, more

Asheville airport officials are set to begin a couple of studies that will likely lead to an expansion of the terminal.

by January 20, 2018 0 comments Asheville News
Who’s leaving the Asheville Citizen-Times now?

Who’s leaving the Asheville Citizen-Times now?

Four Asheville Citizen-Times reporters and photographers are reportedly leaving the news staff, with apparent plans to fill most of the openings.

by June 16, 2017 1 comment Asheville News
Top photojournalists gather in Asheville for weekend conference

Top photojournalists gather in Asheville for weekend conference

Want to rub elbows with some of the top photojournalists working right now? Then check out this Pink Dog Creative show.

by February 15, 2013 1 comment Asheville News
AC-T post-pay wall subscription options are live: $10, $15 monthly plans

AC-T post-pay wall subscription options are live: $10, $15 monthly plans

The newspaper has rolled out applications for smart phones and tablets, too.

by July 2, 2012 0 comments Asheville News

Reports: NY Times close to selling regional newspapers, including Hendersonville and Spartanburg papers

From poynter.org: The New York Times Co. “is close to selling” the 16 newspapers in its Regional Media Group, located in Alabama, California, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina, to Halifax Media Group. Halifax purchased the Daytona Beach News-Journal in 2010. I’m not sure what effect an ownership change would have on the Hendersonville Times-News, but it usually comes[Read More…]

by December 20, 2011 1 comment Asheville News

Former Citizen-Times publisher on effect of putting up an online pay wall: Better than our expectations, and where the industry is headed

What effect would a pay wall have on the Asheville Citizen-Times? The newspaper’s former publisher, Jeff Green, sends along the following comment. Green is now president and publisher of the Winston-Salem Journal: We are the largest paper in NC to do this so far. We used Press+, a company that uses a metered approach which allows continued free access for[Read More…]

by December 16, 2011 0 comments Asheville News