Recently, I found the following articles and items regarding historic newspapers:
- How To Save Articles, And Things From Google News Archive, a handy video at YouTube - I get emails all the time asking how to do this!
- Preserving and Digitizing Newspapers by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter
- Savannah Historic Newspapers Expansion by Donnie Summerlin at The DLG (Digital Library of Georgia) Blog
- Battle Creek Enquirer Digitized Images Strikes Again! by Brenda Leyndyke at Journey to the Past
- List of links to online BC and New Brunswick newspapers updated by Gail Dever at Genealogy à la carte
- Historic Oregon Newspapers Online: Available and Forthcoming Titles at the Oregon Digital Newspaper Program blog
- The National Library of Australia's Trove has updated several hundred of its titles with more content. These include newspapers from all six states, the Australian Capital Territory, and the Northern Territory.
- The Library of Congress' Chronicling America has updated 56 of its titles with more content from Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
- The Oregon Digital Newspaper Program has added 11 titles to its collection from the cities of Albany, Astoria, Heppner, Hood River, Monmouth, Pendleton, Salem, and Spray.
- Since March, GenealogyBank has added 444 new historical digitized titles and updated 46 historical digital titles with more content. They have also added transcribed obituaries from 78 new non-digitized, current newspapers. These include newspapers from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
- In February, the Fulton (New York) Postcard Old Newspaper site updated its digitized collection with 105 titles. These include 62 titles from New York, as well as titles from Arkansas, California, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and the country of Sierra Leone.