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Managing editor David Bailey, who ed the paper in Maytook over leadership of the newsroom operation.
The Democrat arkwnsas that it was only trying to gain market share to be more competitive with the larger and more dominant Arkansas Gazette. The Gazette led the campaign for Arkansas statehood which was accomplished in and constantly promoted new immigration to the state. The Gazette and the Democrat engaged in a war of words that soon escalated into an exchange of gunfire between the owner of the Democrat and a part-owner of the Gazette.
A war ensued between the two papers.
Smithee bought the newspaper, changed its name to the Arkansas Democrat, and went after lucrative state printing contracts held by the Gazette. Stephens, Donna By Hussman attempted to reach an agreement with the Gazette to combine operations but his overtures were rejected. The Democrat was found not guilty of all the allegations leveled against it by the Gazette.
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Over the next five years the two newspapers classifidds. The Gazette supported Texas independence and called for volunteers from Arkansas to assist the Texans and supported the Mexican—American War. Hussman, Jr. The Gazette was owned and edited by John Netherland Heiskell who guided it with a firm hand through most of the 20th century.
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Most Arkansans, regardless of which paper they subscribed to, were saddened by the sudden loss of their historic newspaper. The Democrat expanded its news operation, offered free classified advertisements, and switched from afternoon publication to morning publication. Online[ edit ] The Democrat-Gazette implemented a website paywall inbefore most other newspapers.
Many newspapers that defeated in-town rivals concentrated on reducing costs and reduced news coverage to meet their goals. Engel gained a reputation as a hard-working, shrewd businessman who took an active part in the editorial process. Competition after the Civil War[ edit ] During the Reconstruction years a competitor arose called by a variety of names, under a variety of editors, and with several different owners.
Smith retired May 1, However, Counts was denied the award when the Pulitzer board overruled its jurors  and gave the award to another entrant which portrayed a different local police force as friendly to its citizens. He cranked out the first edition of the Arkansas Gazette on November 20,17 years before Arkansas became a state.
Hussman vigorously fought back and was intent on making the Democrat the state's largest newspaper. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette has continued to balance quality goals with profitability. Counts also helped arrange the public reconciliation of Eckford and Massery classifjeds Assistance with equipment is available at the Operations Desk on the first floor.
Early years[ edit ] The history of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette goes back to the earliest days of territorial Arkansas. At the time of Hussman's arrival the morning Gazette was far in front of the afternoon Democrat, with daily circulationto the Democrat's 62, Throughout the simmering battle the Gazette continued to be the dominant state newspaper.
The Gazette responded by hiring new staff, going to a color format, and filing a federal antitrust suit against the Democrat in Many classsifieds these former employees were bitter at Gannett for their management of the newspaper war and clasisfieds at the Democrat for achieving victory. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette is available on microfilm from October - Over the years the Gazette and the Democrat supported opposing candidates and took dlassifieds editorial positions.
The first edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette rolled off the presses the next morning, October In Hussman appointed John Robert Starr to the position of managing editor. In the years since, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette has maintained a higher circulation than newspapers in similarly sized cities.
Counts' work submitted by the Arkansas Democrat for the Arkahsas Prize, received the unanimous recommendation of the Pulitzer jurors for Best Spot News Photography. He became the newspaper's president and general manager, leading it through a period of great growth over the next 43 years. Later in the s, under another owner, the name was shortened to the Arkansas State Gazette. Many of the "Old Lady's" employees left for other markets while some who remained aided in converting the Arkansas Times from a magazine format to a tabloid newspaper in order to provide a more liberal arkannsas alternative to the dominant conservative paper.
Starr doubled the size of the news staff and concentrated on hard news. The Gazette, nicknamed the "Old Lady", became flashier but critics complained that the paper had lost the respect of the adkansas.
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The newspaper credits the strategy with helping it stem declines in circulation, where it has fared much better than the industry at large since that time. The Gazette had initially been pro-Union but altered its position after Lincoln's call for troops, much like Arkansas as a whole.
InAugust Engel acquired a major interest in the Democrat. In Little Rock fell to Union troops and the Gazette suspended publication until May while Federal authorities used the presses for their own publications. YP advertisers receive higher placement in the c,assifieds ordering of search and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search.
Inafter the Gazette had briefly failed under its srkansas owners, Woodruff regained control and combined it with his Democrat as the Arkansas State Gazette and Democrat.
Early in its history the Gazette scrupulously avoided political involvement or endorsement. The suit accused the Hussman enterprises of predatory practices and trying to harm the Gazette. The Economist noted that the strategy is aided by its "virtual monopoly" over news in the region.