New York Press

New York Press was a free alternative weekly in New York City, which was published from 1988 to 2011. During its lifetime, it was the main competitor to The Village Voice. It was originally conceived and published by founder Russ Smith as a conservative voice in a traditionally liberal New York; later it became less political.The Press strove to create a rivalry with the Village Voice, and took credit for forcing the Voice into becoming a free paper in 1996, although almost all other alternative weekly newspapers had long since gone that route.
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    … software for writers and editor. Email Jeff here. Finally, in London, we’ve hired Martin Belk to head up business development, sales, and partnerships for all our Summits and events in the region. Previously he was at Atlantic Leap and AdMonsters, where he ran their UK and European events business. Martin can be reached here. The post Digiday welcomes new additions in editorial, sales and business operations appeared first on Digiday. …

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