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Film Review: ‘Rich Hill’

The poignant, prize-winning documentary looks deeply into the lives of three low-income, rural young people. While providing compelling and respectful snapshots of harsh rural poverty, the film fails to look beneath the economic symptoms to…

Editor’s Note: One Newspaper at a Time

To reach a rural audience, go where the readers are – small-town newspapers. The Daily Yonder’s special reporting projects turn national data into local stories that are good enough to run in the pages of your weekly newspaper.

Newspapers Still Key in Reaching Rural

An Oklahoma study finds that more rural residents prefer to get information via their newspaper (either print or online) than any other mode of communication. For groups trying to reach rural constituents, that’s important to keep in…

Speak Your Piece: Double-Standard Standoff

When Cliven Bundy stood up to the Bureau of Land Management, the media circus -- and armed militia -- came to town, resulting in a peace gesture from the federal government. So what’s different in the case of two Shoshone sisters who…

Weeklies Make Page One at Newseum

The national journalism museum in Washington, D.C., has 15 theaters, seven floors and a quarter million square feet of space. But it didn’t have room to display community newspapers in its daily exhibits of front pages from around the…
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