The Staunton Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in identifying a female who fraudulently used a stolen credit card on December 13, 2014 at the Walmart in Staunton.
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Game on: What happens if colleges can’t rely on student fees to fund athletics anymore?
The dirty little secret of college athletics is that they don’t pay for themselves, even football and men’s basketball, and that any athletics department budget is balanced on the backs of kids who don’t play college sports, may not attend any games and have to borrow money and work part-time jobs for the privilege.
- Game on: What happens if colleges can’t rely on student fees to fund athletics anymore?
New Augusta Free Press print magazine to debut in January 2015
Augusta Free Press is set to debut a new print magazine in January. Titled Augusta Free Press: The Magazine, the publication from the award-winning AFP will feature local news, politics, business and lifestyle trends in the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia. Editors Chris Graham and Crystal Graham talk up the project in this edition of Inside the Newsroom.
- New Augusta Free Press print magazine to debut in January 2015
AFP Business News
Advertising 101: Exploiting the Information Gap
You are setting up advertising for your business. Seems simple. You have a budget, and you know what you need. TV, radio, print, maybe some Facebook and Google. Then it hits you: I know that I need advertising, I know how much I have to spend, but I have no clue as to what will work for me. You let this slip to the first ad rep. (Sorry, they call themselves account executives.) Not surprisingly, the person on the other side of the table has a ready solution.
Small businesses will need to rethink Facebook strategy
The change with Facebook that has been slowly coming for the past two years will solidify in January with the virtual end of so-called organic reach for business messages. What that means for you: no more Facebook free ride. Whatever following you have on Facebook will be worth basically nothing come January, with Facebook saying it will do everything it can to weed out unpaid advertising messages from showing up organically in individual news feeds.
- Advertising 101: Exploiting the Information Gap