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REGISTRATION OPEN: Join us for the Congressional Action Team Summit in D.C., March 17, 2022

Mar 17, 2022

The CAT Summit is NNA’s premier public policy event of the year. Come to Washington to share your views and newspaper industry positions with Capitol Hill and key policymakers. Wrap up an intense ...

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Good times or bad times, great ideas always sell

Jan 12, 2022

Here are the testimonies of several community newspaper publishers from around the country. Yes, there’s some doom and gloom here, but I also see optimism that sales upturns are still out there to ...

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2022 BNEC, BNAC, NAE RULES

Jan 1, 2022

The National Newspaper Association Foundation's 2022 Better Newspaper Advertising Contest, Better Newspaper Editorial Contest and Newspapers and Education Contests are open the NNA members and nonmembers. 

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AP lets nonmember weeklies republish its investigative story about 2020 election fraud

Jan 1, 2022

The truth has prevailed among most Americans, but not among most Republicans, and that’s a real problem for democracy — and for journalism, which is supposed to serve it.

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Are you ready for the new year? Take inventory, prepare calendar

Jan 1, 2022

Many of the things you cover spanning hard news and features are the same year after year. Use the opportunity to explore new ideas and approaches for coverage. When is the last time you’ve really ...

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Arkansas Times publisher explains stance on Israel boycott law to readers of New York Times

Jan 1, 2022

Alan Leveritt, publisher of the Arkansas Times, explains in an op-ed for the New York Times why we refused to comply with a state law punishing businesses that refuse to sign a pledge that they wouldn’t ...

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COVID-19 remains a local story

Jan 1, 2022

COVID-19 remains a local story, especially if elective surgeries are getting canceled again, especially if our hospitals are running out of beds again, especially if our beleaguered health care systems ...

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