Journal Star advertising executive Natalia Wiita takes the reins as president of the Journal Star. Ava Thomas has been promoted to a group president position with the parent company of the Journal Star and Omaha World-Herald.
A new voice and a new face will join the mix delivering your Husker football news starting in July. Get to know Amie Just, who is coming back to Lincoln.
Paid digital-only subscriptions at Lee Enterprises increased 51% from the previous year in the second quarter that ended in March, putting the company six months ahead of its goal for growth of digital audience and revenue.
Pollen counts are on the rise and spring allergy season is here, which makes now the perfect time to tackle the subject.
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Nebraskans who responded to a Lee Enterprises survey said they cared most about attracting and retaining workers, affordable housing and school funding.
Lee Enterprises reelected three directors despite attempts by Alden Global Capital, a Wall Street hedge fund, to install its own directors in ongoing attempts to take over the company.
Alden Global lost one lawsuit when a judge ruled it wouldn't be able to nominate its own directors at Lee's annual meeting. Now it wants the court to decide how many votes Lee's chairman and lead independent director need to be re-elected.
The publisher of the Lincoln Journal Star, Omaha World-Herald and other newspapers got a little help in its fight against a hostile takeover Tuesday.
FrontPageBets is Lee Enterprises’ new digital vertical content hub focused on sports betting and all that surrounds one of the fastest-growing industries in the world.
Episode 28: Topics include the future of vaccines, which film will win the Best Picture Oscar and the political future of Liz Cheney.
The hedge fund's suit accuses Lee’s board of improperly denying shareholders the chance to have a say on the offer.
“The Alden proposal grossly undervalues Lee and fails to recognize the strength of our business today, as the fastest-growing digital subscription platform in local media, and our compelling future prospects,” Lee Chairman Mary Junck said.
"Alden failed to meet the most basic and most important requirement of our director nomination procedure," the company said.
The plan could flood the market with additional shares and dilute the stock, making it more expensive for a buyer to acquire a controlling stake.
Over The Top will provide Lee's 35,000 local business advertisers with video streaming capabilities to directly reach consumers through video services and internet-enabled devices.
Lee Enterprises and Amazon Advertising are working together to provide Over The Top (OTT) video services, according to an announcement from th…
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