xt7vx05x9h2r https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7vx05x9h2r/data/mets.xml Kentucky Kentucky Press Association Kentucky Press Service University of Kentucky. School of Journalism 2001 Call Number: PN4700.K37 Issues not published 1935 Aug - 1937 Oct, 1937 Jul - 1937 Aug, 1939 Oct - Dec, 1940 Jan - Mar, 1951 Aug - 1956 Sep. Includes Supplementary Material:  2005/2006, Kentucky High School Journalism Association contest 2004-2005, Advertising excellence in Kentucky newspapers 2003-2005, Excellence in Kentucky newspapers newsletters  English Lexington, KY.: School of Journalism, University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Kentucky Press Press -- Kentucky -- Periodicals The Kentucky Press, May 2001 Vol.72 No.5 text The Kentucky Press, May 2001 Vol.72 No.5 2001 2019 true xt7vx05x9h2r section xt7vx05x9h2r F (UK) LEX 405 ‘
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Volume 72, Number 5 - May 2001 PIES S
More Ky. Tennessee papers comlng north
a ers make ° ' ' '
P P for jolnt conventlon 1n Northern Ky.
the 50-1nch By LISACARNAHAN
KPA Member Services Director
o For those of you thinking “it’s 1" ‘ 3 ‘ “f A
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W€b SWItCh assesses:2:55.331:-E‘t‘: ' «i , ,9, E

By mid-April, one-third of all bring its members to Kentucky for a 1;,” -. ’ "My”; ’3' it» . '
Kentucky newspapers had made joint summer convention next -m. “WW-u ..-;,‘____ ._ .. ‘ 1‘. ”5,; ‘
the switch to a 50-inch web. month in Northern Kentucky. . _. . , ‘ ' ' ‘ - 33v" ‘ a ‘1;

The list includes all It’s time for the Tennessee folks _ \I: .. ‘ '1) ‘ J," a a .2”
Landmark Community to reciprocate since Kentucky news- ‘ ‘ . . _ 1,; ’.~‘ ' - T" '
Newspapers, WhiFh SWitChéd to papers have traveled to Gatlinburg ,. f I ‘ " ‘ ‘ ‘ 3 ' ‘
the smaller W9b 5129 on Aprll 1- twice in the past six years. And, for . 2 ' ‘ "

I Newspaper executives say those of you who really like to plan ” is” . l .
they’re making the change in ahead, we’re going back to ,4 E, a}
order to cut thousands off their Gatlinburg for the 2002 KPA «3. a: .
budgets. Averages say most are Summer Convention. ' _, . T . ,
saving in the neighborhood ‘of 7 This year’s meeting, June 2123 v ' t
percenttof the cost of newsprint. at the Marriott in Covington, fea- . F “v ‘ o
54 _Un}:11 nogv, mistfpaperslhada tures all the things you’ve grown I 'r . W at ‘ v

-1nc we ’ w 1c . resu S. 1n accustomed to in a summer conven-

pages that are E35 IEChes Wlde' tion: plenty of entertainment oppor- ' _ . j" m _, \
On;50-1plch w: 1,2e2c. pigelerin tunities for the entire family and TOp: The Northern ”‘" ‘ _ .
1ncb smiher a ' this; etsravel: valuable training sessions for you Kentucky/Cincinnati . 4: ..
we is e paper and your staff — we’ve just planned skyline will make for an fog “ i
from the newsprlnt roll to the f 't And th’ t' , , _ :5 \ b
Press. On a regular double-wide r29“? 0.1115 . . 1; 1rtne,kevery(i Impress-Ive we“, as “Tr-7;" £
press, four pages get printed t mg w1 e joint (. en uc. y an convention-goers take {I .. 5, .e‘L
across the web. Tennessee part1c1pat1ng) With the a boat ride on the Ohio ~, ’ v 1% E/ 0/

By all accounts, the change exception 0f the awards banquet on after the awards ban- 3 V .. “3;, ;
has not hadanegative impact on Frlday evening. The Tennessee quet Friday night, . x .14.
readership. Some reports even group “”11 be headquartered next Right: The opening : s.
indicate that readers say they door at the Embassy SUlteS- _ reception will be held a, «2‘ . m
find the paper easier to hold, but Tale-re afre 11 (illfTZrenZSESSEOSISé Thursday evening at — W x
for the most part, there has been some mg 01‘ eac 5 gm the Newport Aquarium. ‘ ‘

See SWITCH, page 12 See CONVENTION, page 7 i i;

If you plan on attending or person from the community who given the option of either staying
sending someone to the KPA has potential, but no journalism on campus or commuting‘dally to
Journalism Boot Camp, you better background. It’s limited to the first the sessions. Last year, it was a
hurry. Slots for the camp are going 20 to sign up and pay registration requirement thalthfholse afltendmg
fast. fees. stay on campus. ot er c ange is

The three-week session, This year’s boot camp has been the cost. This year’s boot camp fee
dubbed a “boot camp” because of scheduled for July 16 through is $995 for those staying on campus
the intensive training over a rela- August 3 at Georgetown College, and $595 for commuters. The $995
tively short period, is designed to and some major changes have been fee includes lodging in a college
provide additional training for made tothe format over last year’s dormitory, three meals a day, all
inexperienced newsroom employ- proposed camp. materials and handouts for the
ees or allow newspapers to hire a Attendees this year will be So. CAMP, page 12

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' ' “There’s no place like home, late March. degree in business administration
Frankhn FavorltC and Kentucky has always been “The perspective that Sam has from Northern Kentucky
names Sheroan as home from me and my family,” brought to the newspaper is very University.
, Sheroan said. “We’re excited about gratifying and one of total profes-
nCW pUthhCI‘ this opportunity and excited about sionalism,” said New Era editor Bartley jOlnS Office
Ben Sheroan was named ub- becoming part of such a vibrant David Riley. “There’s not a sports
. . _p . community as Franklin.” competition or situation that he staff at Herald—News
lisher of the Franklin Favorite in . . . . , n
M h re 1 cin interim ublish- In addition to his role With the hasnt covered. R B tl }'_. d .

a}; ’ P aC g h p m d Franklin Favorite and its commer- Ezell, 65, joined the paper in M :montal ar eyffwas ‘l're m
if almmie darety’td'v 0 resu e cial printing operation, Sheroan June 2000 as a copy editor after “Ft ast ffijewLo lice néanagfr
er $19 as ra 10:33 ion manage: has responsibility for WFKN radio serving as sports editor and later ESSISkfgl a He (ll tue . Mindy

eroan IS a -year-o na we and the Portland Leader. managing editor of the Bogalusa eFa. ' ews. er u ies inc u. e
of Hardin County. He began work— (La ) Daily News aSSisting customers With subscrip~
ing at newspapers at age 16, writ- . ' ' h t- tions and classified ads, typing sub-
ing sports for The News-Enterprise EZCll hlred as Sports “1838;328:3211; nix: (iiipilhe mitted news and other general
in Elizabethtown. His career also - ~ . - - . ’ office work.
has included newspapers in CdltOf 1n HOPkmSVllle ?:g2::i:gtshizgigrhe was named Bartley is a veteran of the
Owensboro and Nashville plus Sam Ezell, a veteran of more During his journalism career United States Army, where she
work as a reporter at WBKO-TV in than four decades of sports and Ezell has served as sports editor 0% worked as an administrative spe-
Bowling Green. He comes to news reporting for daily and week- daily papers in Selma Ala. Cialist.

Franklin from Athens, Ala., where 1y newspapers from Alabama to Huntsville Ala. and Natchez,
he was publisher of the daily news- California, was appointed sports Miss. and ,at weekly papers iri Patton appOIHtS Broker
paper there. editor of the Kentucky New Era in Winns’boro, La. and Oakdale, Calif. . . .
He has served as editor or manag— t0 Humanltles COUHCI]
I he K entUCky Press ing editor 0f daily papers in Selma Gov. Paul Patton appointed
$5M Natchez grid at weeklNBSMm Louisville Voice-Tribune social
. . . innsboro, ucumcarii . -i columnist Carla Sue Broker to the
The Kentucky Press (lSSN-0023—0324) is pub- District 13 - - .. .

. lished monthly by the Kentucky Press Glenn Gray, Manchester Enterprise Lemoore, cahf' and Solvang, Calif. b0ard of .dlreCtors _0f the KentUCky
Association/ Kentucky Press Service, Inc. Humanities 001111011 Inc.
Periodical-classpostage is paidat Frankfort, District14 Three named to posts As one of five gubernatorial
KY. 40601.5ubscription price is$8per year. David Thornberry, Commonwealth-Journal . appointees on the 23—member KHC

' Postrnaster15endchangeofaddress toThe . _ at DanVIIIC nfiwspaper board, she will serve a four-year
Kentucky Press, 101 Consumerlane, District15-A term on the council which ever
Frankfort, KY. 40601,(502) 223-8821. Don White, Anderson News Three people were named to tl’l 400 my

posts at The Advocate-Messenger year sponsors more an pu. 1c

- Officers and Directors District 15-8 in Danville in March. humanities programs reaching
Kentucky Press Association John Nelson, Danville Advocate-Messenger Kent Brown who was the chief communities in every Kentucky
president State at Large phfitogragtéer, Yias prfimoted to county'

Marty Backus, Appalachian News-Express Keith Ponder, Glasgow Daily Times on lne e l 01'. 9 W1 oversee . .
reconstruction and maintenance of Oth CO. TlmCS-N6WS

7 President Elect Mike Scogin, Georgetown News-Graphic the newspaper’s Web Site, . . .

Dave Eldridgellesmelo‘m‘al www.amnews.com and its sister launChCS onllne Cdltlon
Jack McNeely, Morehead News - lfk ’ , ,

_ pastpresidem Sltei WWW-g0 y .com. _ Ohio County Times-News read-

Teresa Revlett,Mcbean County News Associates Division Jommg. the Paper 33 Chlef Pho' ers now have another way to read
Armando Arrasti tographer is Clayton Jackson. He the paper _ on the internet.

‘ Vicel’resident Kentucky Department of Education has a degree in photojournalism The newspaper went online on

' gagd‘crefl'me Kenmd‘y Standard' Ad . . Di from Western Kentucky University March 1, at www.0ctimesnews.com.

ar 5 0w“ Elailrfertllfilorl'tganfgxgnsboro and has done freelance work for the “Anybody, anywhere can see

_ Treasure, Messenger-Inquirer Advocate for about tWO years Whlle whatever we have to offer in this
Sharon Tuminksi,Wint~hcster Sun working full time at a PhOtO StUdIO county,” said Editor Don Wilkins.

News Editorial Division "1 Lexmgton. The site, which is updated
Disizicii Chris PmrerLEXington Herald‘lfiadcr Stella Plummer joined the week] offers a home a 6 with a
. y. P g
|r\llCi' Rouse, Murray LedgersrT'imes C‘ l t, Di . _ newspaper as busmess manager. synopsis of front page stories and
"ma ‘0“ “5‘0" Prior to coming to the Advocate links to s ' ‘ '
. I . _ , ports, opinions pieces,
District2 Knssjo n’ Lexmgmn Herald Leader she worked for Ephraim McDowell
- led Dillinghamr Dawson Swings Progress New Media Division Regional Medical Center. She has a See PEOPLE. page 10
Tim Hurst, Benton Tribune~Courier
Ed Riney, Owensboro Messenger Inquirer Journalism Education 0 0
Buck Ryan
District4 Universi of Kentuck N d
mm”, s , ewspaper carrier ies
Di 5 General Counsels . . .

'strict Jon Fleischaker and Kim Greene
..s....,............... from car crash injuries
District 6 Kentucky Press Association .

Dorothy Abernathy, Oldham Era Kentucky Press service Staff A western Kentucky newspaper Paducah, in a wreck near
0: 7 David T. Thompson, Executive Director carrier died March 12 of injuries Eddyville.

I‘m“ , , Bonnie Howard/CONNIE! sustained in a car crash five days The two Paducah Sun carriers
KelleyWanuckGallatm countyNews hfimnkzfifgrgtg;ggrmm earlier while he was driving his had just finished delivering the
District 3.9 WWW/Makeungcmdimtor delivery route in Lyon County. paper when their car left the road
Ken Metz, Bath County News Outlook Jeff Stutesman, [NAN Account Executive Kevin Nichols, 28, of Paducah, and overturned several times, eject-
Dism“ 1011 JDayitlaipficer.N§w Mgdia Dirgmr died in the trauma unit of ing Nichols, according to the police

acm e man, ews ureau 'rector - - - -
lmmenmgtm' ,ASNal‘d Dailylndepmdmt SueCammack, Administrative Assistant ganderbgt [indlreflélty Medical repo$' ‘ .
Buffy Sams, Bookkeeping Assistant enterin as v1. e, enn. . .atsoon was taken to Baptist
District 12 Rachel McCarty, Advertising Assistant Nichols was injured along With Hospital in Paducah, where she
Stephen Bowling, Jackson Times Holly Stigers, Tearsheet Coordinator passenger Diana Watson, 51, of was released March 9.

 The Kentucky Press, May 2001 - Page 3
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To the editor: -
KHSJA' “most ro ressive A bare bear, pare a p a1r
thin , KPA’s done in cars of pears, English 1sn t easy

g y find that quicksand can work slow-
Dear Editor: was one of those students, work- on second I . ly,.boxing ringsare square and a
KPA’s decision in 1997 to ing on my newspaper at Bourbon $2 . gumee Plgis neither from Guinea
form the Kentucky High School County High School in the late Thought _:.‘._s.ei‘ -.' nor IS 1t3 Plgx . . .
Journalism Association was the 19808 under the direction of my “ $1} And why 15 1t that writers write
most progressive thing the orga- great teacher, Lynda Umfress. I gyhgavisdo: but fingers don’t fing, grocers dgn’t
nization has done in years. I hope WiSh the high SChOO] association mp 5W 3:391 argiiolfionetheirsstgezrhtvillimsnl’f
- ' u , l
KPlAtboaé‘d metIEEertSa; ange’lafipzré had;§::t;gag?er:6re than 800 stu- I take neither CFGdit nor blame thepplural 0f booth beeth?y0ne
3:1: 5 a ross s 1 dents attended the high school {zrnzglisnrgogigilsfggii‘ifi5tgigjffirx goose,?t\80 geese. St) one (moose, two
. ' ' ' ' _ - meese. ne in ex, wo in ices. .
_ I have volunteered WIth the eggzgpiigaégefiouiswlle the President Celia McDonald. Doesn’t it seem crazy that -. n, !
assomation for the last three I applaud Lisa’s work _ and And it shows why copy editors can make amends but n”, . dc
years, speaking at the annual KPA’s vision. have to be on their (or is it they’re amend. Ifyou have a bunch of odds
convention and “helping director or there) toes when editing copy. and ends and g: i rid of all but one
Lisa Carnahan line up other pre- Chris Poynter, Reasons why the English lan- Of them, what do you call it? If
senters. I am dedicated because I reporter The Courier-Journal guage is so hard to learn: teachers taught, why didn’t preach-
\ 1) The bandage W38 wound ers praught? If a vegetarian eats
° ' around the wound. vegetables, what does a humani-
Recruitin g local talent best 2> The farm used .0
duce produce. Sometimes it seems all the
° 3) The dump was so full that it English speakers should be com-
rel I IEdy to ease Stafflng woes had to refuse more refuse. mitted to an asylum for the verbal-
f 4) We must pOIiSh the POIiSh ly insane. In what language do peo-
By JOHN HATCHER . urniture. le recite at a la and 1a at a
Center for Community Unlike the college graduate who 5) He could lead if he would get fecital? Ship bly tbi‘uck :ndysend
Journalism may see a first JOb at a commumty the lead out. cargo by ship? Have noses that run
No crystal ball is required to DCWSpapel‘asan intemShip that 6) The soldier decided to desert and feet that smell? How can a
predict the immediate future for must be endured in the move his dessert in the desert. slim chance and a fat chance he the
community newspapers. The chal- onward, local talent won’t move 7) Since there IS no time like same, while a wise man and a wise
lenges of tomorrow are the ones fac- the first time a bi -city dail calls the present, he thought it was time guy are opposites?
ing us today. The most pressing g y ° to present the present. You have to marvel at the
issue is staffing. At no time in John Hatcher 8) A bass was painted on the unique lunacy of a language in
recent memory have papers so ago- Center for Community Journalism head of the bass drum. which your house can burn up as
nized over the dearth of talent. ————-— 9) When shot at, the dove dove it burns down, in which you fill in a

Gone are the days when a And it works. The Patriot’s circula— into the bushes. ' form by filling it out and in which
stream of resumes from journalism tion continues to climb and the . 10) I did not object to the an alarm goes off by going on.
schools flowed in from which man- paper has won the Stuart C. object. . . _ English was invented by people,
agers could fish out ambitious can- Dorman Award for overall excel- 11)_The-1nsurance was invalid not computers, and it reflects the
didates willing to work hard for lit- lence from the New York Press for the invalid. creat1v1ty of the human race
tle money. Today, community news~ Association 12) There was a row among the (which, of _ course, isn‘t a race at
papers find it daunting to compete Whether they are correspon- oarsmen about how to row. all). That is why, when the stars
against the paychecks and prestige dents aid b the sto or local tal- 13) They. were too close to the are out, they are VISlble, but when
offered at larger newsrooms, online en t b}; on h3t on asry er a e t door to close 1t. _ the lights are out, they are anlSl-
publications and speciality maga- g . p m n. n 14) The bUCk does funny things ble.
zines. staffers, relying on local talent is a when the does are present. * * * * *

That’s bad news. And it’s proba- trade—off. MOSt offithese. reporters 15) A seamstress and a sewer I do add some thoughts to this,
bly not a surprise to most. The good have no formal'training "1 journal— fell down into a sewer line. many along the same line. In
news is that some enterprising edi- 1.8”" They requ"? editors and PUb' 16) To help with planting, the August, 1999, as a member of the
tors have discovered a new place to lishers. who are “'1ng to commit to farmer taught his SOW to sow. Georgetown College Board of

' search for talent. A hint: it’s right becoming teachers 0f the” profes- 17) The wind was too strong to Trustees, I was asked t0 give the

- under your nose. Local talent takes sron. , wind the sail. Speech welcoming students to a
an initial investment, but has great Already overworked editors and 18) After a number of injec- new school year.

potential for long-term payoff. publishers may “013 relish the tions my jaw got number. I assured them that GC profes-

The staff shortages now begin- thought of‘starting from scratch 1h 19) Upon seeing the tear in the sors were educated enough to
ning to plague even metropolitan the education Of a reporting staff, painting I shed a tear. answer the following questions:
weeklies are nothing new to the but there are benefits to investing 20) I had to subject the subject Why do we drive on a parkway and
Patriot and Free Press in Cuba, in local talent. True, local talent to a series oftests. park on a driveway? On the dri—
NY. The paper is located in a rural may not know how to write using 21) How can I intimate this to ver’s license of a completely bald
county in western New York where an inverted pyramid or know what my most intimate friend? man, what does the clerk write
the median income is low and illit- the AP stylebook is, but that can be Let’s face it —- English is a down for hair color? If quitters
eracy is high. Publisher John Arden taught. crazy language. There is no egg in never win, and winners never quit,
Hopkins simply doesn’t have the Here’s the payoff: Unlike the eggplant nor ham in hamburger; why do we say quit while you’re
resources or the amenities to entice college graduate who may see a first neither apple nor pine in pineap- ahead. Why do you press harder on
young journalists. So, he doesn’t job at a community newspaper as ple. English muffins weren’t a remote control when you know
even try to recruit them. Instead, he an internship that must be endured invented in England or French the battery is dead? If it’s zero
relies on local talent. The pages of in the move onward, local talent fries'in France. Sweetmeats are degrees outside and it's supposed
his paper are filled almost exclu- won’t move the first time a big-city candies while sweetbreads, which to be tw1ce as cold tomorrow,
sively with stories written by local daily calls. arent sweet, are meat. what’s the temperature going to
residents who work as stringers _ (Reprinted from the Kan 3‘s We take English for granted. be? How come abbreviation is such

freelance writers paid by the story. Press Assdciation Bulletin.) B“ If we explore ‘ts paradoxes, we along word?

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Feeling sorry for me yet? I didn’t think so. And I
_ Consumers get news and wouldn’t either, ifI were you. There’s not one consul-
:nfgrmaftion from a if 0:713? multi- tant I’ve met yet who really wants to be be doing any-
u e 0 sources, u . ey see thing else.
newspapers as more credible than And some consultants are just, well, downright
TV, radio, magazmeaorfhe arrogant. They have forgotten the lesson that real
Internet, according to findings consulting lies in our ability to teach — and that the
from a Newspaper ‘Assoc1ation 0f best teaching occurs when we learn from each other. “Y t h t h 9,,
gmerica Stlidyt - LX‘Segadgmgf Some day, you’ll work with a consultant — “Thgtgaifiittinao; cirrlitract”
ewspaper sse S: u y 0 5 00d consultant can hel on to find the ,, . . ' ,
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Habits.” . When you do, listen to the consultant — but also lis— “033,1?“ d ’t . t1 th t ~11 t n
Respondents-also C‘te newspa- ten for those tell-tale sentences that let you know i. ,y on you jus eave a a up ’ome.
pers as the” primary source for ou’ve ot a roblem I’ve listed some of m favorites We'd have to add to your fee for that.
information in areas including y gh p h ' f )I’f l ' “This is the way we’ve done it for all of our
local news local entertainment k Per aps you ave some 0 your own. so, et me clients.”
information, business news and new (I d ’t t t h f 1 “Why would you want that?”
personal finance information. tant' 01‘ 8 you 0“ W80 0 ear rom your consu ’ l‘ “ge’ve found that our method works best for all
Newspapers are consumers’ “I’ll have that done in no time.” c leg ' - - -
top sourse of advenlimlng'informa- “There’s nothing too big that we can’t handle for to 310:1”: Prefer to do it ourselves. Then we can give it
ion, an an overw e ming num- » a ' . . ,
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papers as their number-one a 'l rry h » 3““ have too many questions.
resource for' employment oppor- Wei fix ‘t when I get t ere. .. “The more we let people know, the more confused
tunities homes and new and used ““You re not ready for that; level yet. .. they could become.” . .
" I” told you, you wouldnt understand. “Planning is not important. Training is impor-
car 51%? sale. , d f “It’s more complex than you could appreciate.” tant.”
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Even m this ,9” 0f ‘F‘C’eased “The answer is there — you just don’t know where tant.”
media competition, ““8 study to look.” And this last one is my absolute favorite. Without
shows us that newspapers contin- “The answer is easy — just look in your manual.” doubt, the two words you never, ever want to hear
ue to be one Of the most trusted “There is no answer.” from a consultant are:

/ sources 0f information, as_well as “I’m sorry — you’ll just have to wait until I get “Trust me.” ‘
a top medium fornadvertisers to there.” (Edward F. Henninger is an independent newspa-
reach consumers, 8m" John F‘ “You’re my most important client.” per consultant and the director of OMNIA Consulting
Stur‘m', NAA preSident and CEO' “When we give you a date for installation, you can in Rock Hill, 8.0 You can reach him at 803-327-3322,
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wn, ll‘iat no other medium can . . . ’ .
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shift away from traditional media America. Readers are invited to Profile is just another way we can Recipes. . .
such as newspapers, radio and send in their favorite rec1pe, along celebrate the he‘artnand. soul of ‘ Due to. copyright laws, rec1pes
TV, and increased usage of the With a photo of the person who Is hometown America, said Peter must be original and not preViously
Internet, newspapers remain in a submitting the rec1pe, a short sum- Posse], Vice preSident and execu— published by others.
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o purpose, an newspapers over- socia ion. mis a e is ma e.
all credibility rating rose 5 per- Henderson Gleaner “The entries are handled three “It’s very unfortunate and we
cent since 1997’s survey. _ _ . times and none of the three process- apologize to Steve Austin and his

The entire lO2-page report, Our apologies to the advertising es caught the mistake this year,” staff. I’m certain the Gleaner’s staff
“Leveraging Newspaper Assets,” St?“ 9f the Henderson Gleaner for said KPA Executive Director David was looking forward to the awards
can be downloaded as a PDF file misfiling Its entries 1“ the KPA Ad T. Thompson. “Usually, the judges presentation because it does well in
from NAA’S Web site at Contest. The Gleaner's entries were catch any entry that’s misfiled but the ad contest and usually comes
www.naa.org/marketscope/index. mistakenly put in the wrong divi- with the entry tabs on the backside away with one of the three general
html. sion when the contest was judged of the tearsheets in the KPA Ad excellence awards.”

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