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Morris Journalism Excellence Awards 2014

Congratulations to all the recipients of the ninth annual Morris Journalism Excellence Awards, a celebration of enduring stars across the company.

Morris Media Network acquires Carolina Parenting, Inc.

Morris Media Network has acquired Carolina Parenting, Inc., a publishing company based in Charlotte, NC, that produces monthly and annual regional publications and digital media for parents and others caring for children. 

Engine 212°™

Engine 212A product of Morris Publishing Group, Engine 212°™ combines all of the services a business needs to “follow their customers’ tracks” – demographic targeting, category targeting, contextual targeting, key word retargeting, search retargeting and website retargeting. Engine 212°™ accomplishes all of a businesses needs in one campaign.

Unlike traditional campaigns, Engine 212°™ can target a business’s key audience based on search data and not just past behaviors.

Morris Communications Presents "The Case For Conserving The Kenai King Salmon"

BY WILLIAM S. MORRIS III/CHAIRMAN AND CEO/MORRIS COMMUNICATIONS CO.

Morris Communications’ history in Alaska dates to 1969 when the company purchased the Juneau Empire. Today, the company also owns and operates Alaska Magazine, The Milepost, Where Alaska, the Alaska Journal of Commerce, Capital City Weekly, the Chugiak-Eagle River Star, the Homer News and the Peninsula Clarion. The company also owns and operates six radio stations in Anchorage — KBEAR 104.1, KWHL 106.5, MIX 103.1, KOOL 97.3, KFQD 750, KHAR 590 and 96.7 — and KAYO 100.9 in Wasilla.

Jacksonville Events Calendar

The Florida Times-Union and Jacksonville.com have launched a new multi-platform, fully responvile Jacksonville Events Calendar.

The newly launched website has a fresh new look and was designed with the needs of our users in mind. It's user-friendly navigation provides easy access to events, venues and organizations. A quickview calendar makes it easy to find featured and upcoming events, and posting new events is a breeze.

 

UGA Gameday App Now Available

Bulldog fans can now get the latest Georgia sports news on iPhone, iPad and on Android devices.

The newly launched UGA Gameday apps feature all of the Athens Banner-Herald’s coverage of Georgia athletics, from breaking news to game coverage and in-depth profiles along with a calendar of events, videos and a social media wall to connect with other fans and share on Facebook and Twitter.

Arts and Entertainment News for the Creative Coast

DoSavannah.com is the companion website of DoSavannah, the region's largest-circulation weekly arts and entertainment publication. DoSavannah is published in print Thursdays and distributed in the Savannah Morning News and at more than 200 locations throughout the Savannah area. It is a product of Morning News Media, the parent company of Savannah Morning News & savannahnow.com.

2013 Morris Journalism Excellence Awards

General judges

Matt Mansfield is executive editor for digital content of National Geographic.  At the time of the judging, he was associate professor at Northwestern University and director and bureau chief of the Medill Washington bureau.  He is a past president of the Society for News Design and deputy managing editor of the San Jose Mercury News.

Mark Russell has been editor of the Orlando Sentinel since 2010.  Previously, he was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal and an editor in various capacities at the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The Savannah Morning News and savannahnow.com Announce Launch of Main Street Digital Office and Name Sales Manager

April 4, 2013, Savannah, GA - Savannah Morning News and savannahnow.com announce the opening of a new Main Street Digital office.  Main Street Digit

Log Cabin Democrat's Courtney Spradlin Named to E&P's 25 Under 35

Courtney Spradlin, reporter and social media editor for the Log Cabin Democrat has been named one of Editor & Publisher's 25 Under 35. Each year E&P honors the next generation of journalists who are unafraid of change, at ease with digital multitasking and able to learn new job skills overnight. This drive and determination ensures that the future is bright for newspapers.

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