Author: Teresa Revlett

Five inducted into Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame

This year’s inductees at the 33rd Annual Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame are, John Nelson, Marla Ridenour, Bill Goodman, Dan Modlin and Ralph W. Gabbard (posthumous induction). Gabbard’s family was present for the ceremony at the Thoroughbred Center, Lexington, on…

John Nelson inducted into Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame

John Nelson, Executive Editor at Schurz Communications, Kentucky, was inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame on April 23. The ceremony was held at the Thoroughbred Center, Lexington. The 33rd annual event is sponsored by the University of Kentucky…

Gold Standard launches

By Maureen Rose

Today marks the launch of the Gold Standard.

In addition to the obvious change of the name, the paper’s flag (the banner with the name of the publication) has been redesigned to utilize the branding fonts and colors approved by the Army and seen on signage throughout the installation.

Kentucky auctioneers have annual meeting

By Teresa Revlett, KPS Director of Sales The Kentucky Auctioneers Association held their annual convention Feb. 10-13 at Kentucky Dam Village in Gilbertsville. Kentucky Press Service had a trade show booth during the meeting to tell potential clients about newspaper…

Autumn Glancy joins KPS ad staff

Autumn Glancy, a 2008 graduate of the University of Kentucky School of Journalism and most recently a sales associate with Phoenix New Times/ Village Voice, has been hired as the coordinator for the Statewide/ARK/BANK networks with Kentucky Press Service. She succeeds Stephanie Conrad who accepted a job in Grant County after working eight years for KPS.

Kingdom Come is winner at Kentucky Festival and Event Association

How would you like to win a free statewide classified and a gift basket of Kentucky goodies? Dianne Corriston of Totz, Ky. was the big winner at the Kentucky Festival and Event Association annual meeting in Munfordville on Nov. 11. Dianne and her Kingdom Come Swappin’ Meetin’ group will be able to use their free statewide classified to reach over 1,000,000 Kentucky newspaper readers anytime over the next year. Stephanie Conrad, KPS network coordinator, attended the two day conference to talk to potential clients about how easy it is to place newspaper advertising.