This year’s list of 25 Under 35 showcases a wide range of skills and
talents taking place in newsrooms around the world. We suggest news
veterans study the advice these young professionals offer. No matter
what age we are, their responses are filled with positivity and
encouragement that we could all hear right now. Yes, they understand the
challenges facing our industry, but they’re not admitting defeat.
They’re pushing the industry forward with diverse ideas, creative
innovation and intelligent vision. Our future is better because of it.
Nineveh, NY – John Hart Studios Inc. announces the names Grace and Jane will replace ‘Cute Chick’ and ‘Fat Broad’ in their “B.C.” comic strip, effective immediately. “We work hard to keep the strip fresh and relevant for all fans and audiences,” says Perri Hart, the strip’s letterer and colorist. “And it just seems like the right time for ‘the girls’ to have names.”
YOU can bring one of America's longest running daily comic strips to the big screen!
Feature Animators, Illustrators, and storytellers from Academy-Award winning films are joining forces to lovingly bring America's National Treasure, Johnny Hart's B.C. comic strip, to the big screen! We've got an iconic American comic strip ensemble, an amazing team - all we need is YOU!
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Publisher and Editor-in-Chief John Robinson Block has announced the appointment of Steve Kelley as the Post-Gazette's new editorial cartoonist.
Mr. Kelley was formerly the editorial cartoonist for the San Diego Union-Tribune and the New Orleans Times- Picayune. A National Cartoonists Society Ruben Award winner, as well as National Headline Award winner, his cartoons are syndicated by Creator's Syndicate worldwide. He is also the co-author of Dustin, a comic strip syndicated to some 325 newspapers by King Features Syndicate.
Rochester Institute of Technology is getting its first cartoonist-in-residence. Leigh Rubin, creator of Rubes, will spend a week on campus in November talking with students at RIT’s College of Art and Design, School of Individualized Studies and College of Liberal Arts about what it takes to be a successful cartoonist — from branding to working with publishers and syndicators.Read More
Some things change, and some remain the same. Creators got its start in the pre-internet world of newspaper syndication, bringing work by some of the best writers and artists in the business to thousands of publications all over the world. Founder Rick Newcombe and his team have dedicated themselves to representing compelling and controversial voices that inspire public discourse and move society forward. Later, as the content marketplace began to change and the newspaper business began to wane, Creators took inspiration from the writers and artists it syndicated and built new ways to produce and distribute content with a distinct point of view. Today the company is not only a syndicator but an innovative consumer-facing book publisher, tapping into opportunities afforded by new technology to give new authors and creatives access to the audiences they need.Read More
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