William Thieme has decades of writing, journalism, content creation, and editing experience, starting with a two-decade career in newspapers, primarily working for The Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News, and the Denver Newspaper Agency. During his tenure at these newspaper businesses, William helped to lead the charge to evolve publishing systems from a largely manual process involving pasted-up galleys and microwave transmission from prepress to plate, to a 100% paginated digital output system and editorial platform. This also led to the adoption of the internet as a news publishing tool, which quickly became the primary outlet for newspapers and news in the 21st century.
William also served as Director of Advertising Operations, managing five discrete departments that supported advertising and circulation for both of these major daily newspapers, eventually leading the charge to adopt platforms for digital advertising and sales, and maintaining revenue for a newspaper in a vastly and quickly changing business environment. His time at the papers led to an additional decade of writing and journalism, both for the newspapers and for various websites and businesses, and ultimately to a career in content creation and distribution, digital marketing, and consulting.
William currently writes, edits, and optimizes original content for the National Law Review, as well as web managing and publication of content form hundreds of associated clients that are regularly republished on the National Law Review website to increase content exposure and distribution on a vast global scale.
Articles in the National Law Review database by William C. P. Thieme