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- Tags: community newspapers
This oral history discusses the career of A.B. Gibson, the editor and publisher of Clinton County News. Mr. Gibson describes his early career in the business, as well as the responsibility of a county paper.
This oral history discusses the background and career of Alan Gibson, the assistant editor of the Clinton County News. It describes his views on issues in the community as well as the major issues.
In this interview, Bennett Roach, Retired Newspaper Editor in Shelby County, discusses his education, positions he's held in his career, World War II, and Ed Waggener.
In this oral history, Daniel Bennett, the editor for the Richmond Daily Register, discusses the advertising aspect of the paper as well as the endorsement and editorial policies of the newspaper.
In this oral history, Mr. Waggener, Editor-Publisher of Waggener-Walker Newspapers, Inc., discusses the way in which he operates his newspapers and the services they provide.
In this interview, Mr. Enos Swain, retired editor of Danville Advocate Messenger, reflects on his years at the paper as well as the newspaper people he was associated with during this time.
This oral history highlights some of Fred Burkhard's stories during his career. It also discusses the logistics of running a community newspaper, and some of his relationships with people in the community. The interview is the third of a three part…
In this interview, James Edelen, editor of the Sentinel News, discusses the rising cost of publishing a paper and the main role of the newspaper in the community.
In this interview, James Nolan, editor and owner of the Manchester Enterprise, comments on his experience as a journalist. He also details the routine for publishing a newspaper.
In this interview, Mr. John L. Crawford, publisher of the Corbin Times Tribune, recollects on his many years in the newspaper business.
In this interview, Mr. Luke Keith, publisher of the Sentinel Echo, discusses his background, early life, and his role as the publisher of the Sentinel Echo. He is the husband to Margaret Keith.
In this interview, Mrs. Margaret Keith, editor of the Sentinel Echo, discusses her background as well as her early life around the newspaper. She discusses events and decision makers in Laurel County.
In this interview, Ms. Mary Schurz, editor of the Danville Advocate Messenger, discusses her association with the Messenger and advice for young people wanting to get in the newspaper business.
In this interview, Ms. Perlina Anderkin, editor of The Mount Vernon Signal, discusses the logistics of putting out a paper, her work week, and many issues within Rockcastle County.
This oral history involves Sonny & Judy Branham, the publishers and editors of Cumberland County News. It describes their backgrounds, interests in news, as well as the role and function of a community paper.
In this oral history, Mrs. Terry Norfleet, publisher of the Russel Springs Times Journal, discusses the problems of running a newspaper and social problems of Russel County.
In this interview, Ms. Virginia Davis, editor of the McCreary County Record, discusses her association with many other newspapers across the south-eastern US as well as her work with the Record.