Tag: Long Island Press
A year ago this month, the Long Island Press relaunched as a monthly news and lifestyle publication, keeping alive a proud tradition dating back 197 years — and what a year it’s been.
Samuel Irving “Si” Newhouse, Jr., the media mogul who published periodicals ranging from glossy magazines such as The New Yorker to the original Long Island Press daily newspaper, died Sunday.
The Long Island Press proudly announces the promotion of Timothy Bolger to editor in chief.
The Long Island Press ranked among the top news websites in New York State at the New York Press Association (NYPA) 2016 Better Newspaper Contest held at at Gideon Putnam Resort in Saratoga Springs on April 7 and 8.
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The Long Island Press brought home nearly two dozen honors at recent local, state, and regional journalism awards competitions, earning top prizes and dominating the best website categories at several. The contests recognize journalistic excellence in print, on radio, television and online.
With nearly 1,600 entries from more than two dozen high schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk, the 2015 contest was unprecedented in its scope and quality of submissions.
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