Idaho paper reboots Sunday business section
The Lewiston Tribune newspaper in Idaho is revamping the content of its Sunday business section, writes Elaine Williams, who edits the Sunday business section.
Williams writes, “We’re keeping Business Profile, a feature about an innovative entrepreneur in the region on the third Sunday of each month. But we’re shifting away from the question-and-answer format, to make the stories more vibrant.
“Each week, you can expect to see around a half a dozen short stories compiled in an easy-to-read format we are calling Biz Bits, and, if the news merits it, a longer article or two. You’ll learn about businesses that are opening or closing, as well as what’s being built on that commercial lot where you’ve spotted construction crews. We’ll tell you about businesses that have moved or expanded, and we’ll let you know about instruction being offered in the area that could help you meet your personal financial goals or strengthen your business.
“We also want to help you celebrate. We are hoping to mark important professional achievements of individuals such as promotions to top management and awards private businesses or individuals receive from third parties. I’m excited and committed to doing my part. I will keep my eyes peeled and ears open for news any time I’m out in the community. I’ll make calls to learn more about anything I find.”
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