Check this space often for new videos and podcasts aimed at helping local news organizations survive and thrive in the digital era. More resources, including additional video material, are also available on the Center website, cislm.org.
Publisher David Woronoff discusses how the twice weekly Pilot in eastern NC launched a successful digital ad agency and what it has meant for his paper.
Former Fayetteville Observer owner and publisher Charles Broadwell discusses launching a digital ad agency.
Former Fayetteville Observer owner and publisher Charles Broadwell talks about the importance of defining and serving a community.
Publisher David Woronoff discusses how the twice weekly Pilot in eastern NC is trying to reach and engage millennials and military spouses through a new e-newsletter, The Sway.
Former publisher Charles Broadwell discusses the difficult decision to sell the Fayetteville Observer, North Carolina's oldest newspaper, to New Media/GateHouse.
UNC Dean Susan King discusses this report and the Center for Innovation and Sustainability in Local Media.
Coming soon – more video interviews with publishers on a variety of strategies and topics, including setting up an in-house digital ad agency, deciding to sell a newspaper, and starting new products.
Penny Muse Abernathy discusses the rise of news deserts and what that means for communities with UNC's Well Said podcast.
Check back soon for more original podcasts created by our professors discussing innovative solutions and digital tools available for local news media.