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NOLA Media Group Launches 300 for 300 to Celebrate New Orleans Tricentennial

On Jan. 1, 2017, The Times-Picayune and NOLA.com embarked on a two-year tricentennial celebration of 300 events that shaped New Orleans, and 300 people who have made it a better place. Read more here

By | January 15th, 2017|

JCK Magazine and JCKonline Enter New Partnership with Headline Studio

Beginning January 1, 2017, Headline Studio will assume responsibility for all editorial, design, digital strategy and marketing for JCK Magazine and JCKonline. “Over its 147-year history, JCK has evolved from a trade publication to the leading resource for the jewelry community, covering the news and consumer-led style trends that shape our business, and connecting designers and retailers through our best-in-class print, digital and event touchpoints,” said Victoria Gomelsky, editor-in-chief of JCK. “As the leading voice for the jewelry community, it is our mission to continuously improve the content and products we create for our readers. This exciting new partnership with Headline Studio reinforces our commitment to delivering on that promise.” “We’re excited about this new partnership and the resources Headline Studio brings to the table as we evolve our brand to better serve the industry,” said Mark Smelzer, publisher of [...]

By | December 22nd, 2016|

Two Nola.com Writers Honored by the Society for Features Journalism

The Society for Features Journalism awarded two Nola.com writers, Brett Anderson and Danielle Dreilinger, for their stories in the General Commentary Portfolio, Arts & Entertainment Commentary Portfolio and Features Series or Project. Brett Anderson took two first place prizes home, both revolving around the infamous food scene in New Orleans. The judge commented, “Is it possible to taste food just by reading about it? Not quite, but Brett Anderson made it almost seem that way.” Danielle's piece, entitled "Sean's Story: A New Orleans Senior Struggles to Graduate," won second place in the Feature Series or Project category. This powerful story gained the judge's attention through Danielle's documentation of a boy's struggle to stay "good" in a reputably "bad" neighborhood, while also working seven days a week to support his family. The judge remarked, “Danielle Dreilinger went beyond the statistics and humanized the trend of “bad [...]

By | June 9th, 2016|