In The Press

Creators Syndicate Drops Carson's Column March 26, 2015

The decision to drop the Republican presidential hopeful follows his column, published by conservative outlets like The Washington Times and National Review, in which he discussed how a “doctor’s fact-based expertise could augment a president’s leadership abilities.”

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Newspaper Syndicates: Staying Relevant July 11, 2014

What caused the massive shift in the syndication business? The changing needs of newspapers and media companies in the digital era where space is tight, budgets are tighter and time isn’t the luxury it once was. Once content to simply shop for comics, puzzles and columnists, newspapers now need a vast array of content as they retrench to focus on local interests. Plus, a shrinking printed news hole has pivoted to largely expanding digital operations in desperate need of content.

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Creators Syndicate Announces New Comic: Recess May 20, 2014

Creators Syndicate is proud to announce that the newest addition to newspapers' comics pages is "Recess," a hilarious panel by Andy Anderson and Wil Panganiban.

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Brent Bozell's Ghostwriter Scandal Is Just His Latest Outrage February 24, 2014

The Media Research Center has been pushing the "Tell the Truth!" mantra for years, though that didn't apply to anyone telling the truth about conservatives. Now the MRC and its leader, Brent Bozell, have been exposed as engaging in a fundamental, years-long deception.

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Creators Syndicate: No, we’re not “firing” an anti-Catholic columnist January 10, 2014

The saga of anti-Catholic columnist Jamie Stiehm continued when her syndicator balked at a demand from the Catholic League to fire her over the US News piece. Stiehm’s rant about a temporary stay on enforcement from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor demonstrated a staggering amount of bigotry and ignorance on the law, religious expression, and Thomas Jefferson, but as Creators Syndicate managing editor David Yontz responds, it didn’t get published through the syndicator.

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On the Market: Syndicates Diversify to Meet Editors' Needs July 09, 2013

For aspiring comic strip artists, columnists, and other content producers, newspaper syndication has always been a tough mountain to climb. And that was before economic recession struck.   Now it’s tougher than ever to make the jump to syndication. 

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