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press: The machine that prints the newspaper. Also a synonym for journalism, as in the phrase “freedom of the press.” Sometimes used to denote print journalism, as distinguished from broadcast journalism. News Reporting & Writing (Eighth Edition) by the Missouri Group. Copyright 2005. Reproduced by permission of Bedford/St. Martins.

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How to Start a HS Newspaper

Start the Press!

Download this primer (PDF, 360K) on how to start a newspaper written by college students for high schoolers.

Start the Press! was sparked by a 2004-05 ASNE Partnership with The Montgomery (Ala). Advertiser, Notasulga (Ala.) High School and Auburn (Ala.) University’s Department of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Journalism students in Associate Professor Laura Nan Fairley’s Newspaper Management class at Auburn took the initiative to chronicle their efforts to get The Notasulga Times back on its feet.

Their experience and tips are useful to high school students who want to start or improve their school newspaper.