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New president elected for NAI

March 21, 2013 NAI

Matt Davison, publisher of the Idaho Press-Tribune in Nampa, has been elected president of the Newspaper Association of Idaho for 2013-14. He replaces Dan Hammes, publisher of the St. Maries Record Gazette, whose term ended. Sean Evans, publisher of the Idaho Business Review, …

New publisher in Twin

March 19, 2013 NAI

Congratulations to Travis Quast, VP for sales and marketing at the Idaho Statesman, who will become publisher of the Twin Falls Times-News and the Elko (Nevada) Daily Free Press. He replaces John Pfeiffer, who has accepted a corporate position with GateHouse Media of Chicago. …

Date set for annual membership meeting

February 2, 2013 NAI

Mark March 21st on your calendar for our annual membership meeting, which will include consideration of a change to our bylaws that would expand our board to eight members, plus the election of new board members and officers. Plans are for an evening dinner meeting at a speci …

Member newspaper seeks managing editor

September 5, 2012 NAI

EASTERN OREGON/WESTERN IDAHO MANAGING EDITOR Interested in managing a daily/weekly pair of community newspapers in a positive organization, while residing in a quality location that features some of the nation’s best weather and lifestyles? The Argus Observer/Independent En …

Judge rules Spokesman-Review must identify poster

July 12, 2012 NAI

Judge: Identify writer on blog Newspaper ordered to provide information Thomas Clouse The Spokesman-Review The Spokesman-Review must provide information that could identify an anonymous reader who typed a disparaging online comment about the chairwoman of the Kootenai Coun …

ONPA invites Idaho papers to conference

June 28, 2012 NAI

You are invited to the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association annual conference. Registration deadline is July 5. Here’s a note from our friends at ONPA: This is the first year we will be merging our advertising conference and our publishers convention into one meeting …

SPJ brings program to Idaho newsrooms

June 26, 2012 NAI

Ian Marquand, one of the Society of Professional Journalists’ traveling “Access Across America” presenters, would like to arrange some Freedom of Information presentations in Idaho for newsrooms and/or communities. Ian is looking at potential dates in August …

Judge hears arguments in Spokane lawsuit

June 3, 2012 NAI

By ASSOCIATED PRESS SPOKANE — Forcing The Spokesman-Review to reveal the identities of three anonymous commenters on its Huckleberries Online blog would quell free speech by raising fears that people posting critical remarks would be outed and sued, the newspaper’s at …

Argus Observer seeks lifestyle reporter

June 1, 2012 NAI

The Argus Observer newspaper in Ontario, OR, has an immediate opening for a lifestyle reporter. The successful candidate will be proficient in QuarkXPress and Adobe Photoshop and must be able to function in a deadline environment, have a good grasp on the usage of the English …

Judge to hear arguments in Spokane libel case

May 21, 2012 NAI

From the Boise City Weekly: Idaho 1st District Judge John Luster will hear arguments this Friday in the case of a north Idaho Republican leader trying to reveal the identities of three anonymous commenters on the Spokane Spokesman-Review’s website. Tina Jacobson, ch …