The industry has rallied around a story about itself – that year-by year it is developing new digital products and new revenue streams to transition from dependence on print advertising.In 2011, that traditional advertising pool declined for a sixth consecutive year."We kept telling them, ' He's got all these weapons,'" the mother of one woman who was shot to death by her husband told the . " The NRA argued that only people who were convicted of a crime, not those simply served with a protective order, should be forced to give up their guns.The NRA Quietly Backs Down on Domestic Violence, Huffington Post, April 2014The Huffington Post reported that the gun rights advocacy group "began to relax its position on gun restrictions for alleged domestic abusers after March 2013—the same month the reported that a top NRA official, Richard D' Alauro, had pleaded guilty to harassing his wife." It also noted that NRA has made efforts to recruit new female members.In 2011, according to Newspaper Association of America statistics, online advertising was up 7 million industry-wide compared to 2010. So the print losses were greater than the digital gains by 10 to 1.That was even worse than a 7-to-1 ratio of print losses to digital gains in 2010.The website of the Gannett Company, emphasizing those digital initiatives, now intentionally has no mention of newspapers on its home page.
Those schools would partner with Forest Hills Consolidated School in Jackman and Greenville Consolidated School for distance learning and online programs.
The Consolidation Implementation Committee (CIC) postponed a vote regarding a new academic structure at today’s consolidation meeting due to concerns and opinions voiced by GS and Armstrong State University (ASU) faculty members.
The consolidation implementation committee (CIC) for the new Georgia Southern institution will vote on a proposed recommendation by an operational working group that will result in the division of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences into two different colleges, the College of Art… This “national holiday” has been taking place on the first Friday of June since 1938, after the Salvation Army gave doughnuts to the troops in World War I.
This conclusion is based on the FBI's broad definition of a mass murder: four or more people murdered in the same incident, typically in the same location.
decided to track the number of high-profile attacks in public places excluding armed robberies, gang shootings, and domestic violence murders that happened within a home.