The Herald & Review is being recognized by Editor & Publisher for digital growth and other initiatives.
The trade magazine on Thursday published its annual “10 Newspapers That Do It Right,” identifying “the biggest and brightest ideas taking place in our industry right now.”
The Herald & Review, which underwent a print and digital redesign in 2017, received an honorable mention for creating a “newsroom dedicated to more local voices, stronger visuals and fresh features" as well as "improved visibility and public outreach."
Other honorable mentions recipients include The Globe and Mail in Toronto, the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Quad-City Times, also owned by Lee Enterprises, the parent company of the Herald & Review.
The Arizona Daily Star, also owned by Lee, received a top 10 honor, along with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Houston Chronicle, Honolulu Star-Advertiser and other publications.