AAN News

Boise Weekly Eliminates Ad Director Position

Longtime ad director Nancy E. Spittle is leaving the Weekly after seven years "to pursue new professional adventures," according to a press release. Her position will not be filled -- instead, the Weekly has hired two additional account executives. "Even though Boise Weekly still has positive revenue growth over last year, the economy requires all companies to tighten ship and work hard to increase revenue and improve performance in sales," the press release notes. (FULL STORY)
Boise Weekly Press Release  |  09-26-2008  8:00 am  |  Press Releases

Alt-Weekly Thr!ves Despite Competition from Gannett

Bingo and Sally Barnes bought Boise Weekly in August 2001, and the paper's business plummeted a few weeks later in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. By October of that year, when Gannett announced the launch of its Boise faux-alt, Thr!ve, the Barneses were petrified. But their fears were unfounded. After revamping the paper and forging closer ties with the community, they have soundly trounced the faux alt in the three-plus years since its debut. (FULL STORY)
Amy Souza  |  05-23-2005  4:51 pm  |  Industry News

Ragan: Boise Weekly Future Bright Under New Owners

Paper Will Benefit from Willamette Week's Financial Stability and Publishing Experience. (FULL STORY)
Amanda Fazzone  |  02-25-2000  11:49 am  |  Industry News

AAN Board Candidates Step Forward

With Ten Days Left Until the Election, Still No Contenders For Advertising Chair. (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  05-20-1999  11:51 am  |  Industry News