Join NNA Oct 5-7, 2017, in Tulsa, OK; tap into the collective wisdom of your peers
NNA’s 131st Annual Convention and Trade Show, held at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa, will address pressing business objectives of community newspaper owners, publishers and senior staff with educational sessions and peer sharing activities.
Your full registration includes four general sessions, five sets of round table discussion sessions, an exhibit hall with more than 30 exhibitors and tickets to a welcome reception, two breakfasts, two lunches and one dinner with entertainment.
We value the time and resources you are considering investing in NNA's 131st Annual Convention and Trade Show and promise you will not be disappointed.
- Convention program to date
- Flash Session Information
- Exhibitor List
- Look Who is Coming
- Exhibitor Prospectus
- Exhibitor Online Booth Registration
- Exhibitor List
- Trade Show Floor Plan
- Rules & Regulations
- Shipping Instructions
HOTEL & TRANSPORTATION
- Make Reservations Online at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa or 888-591-1234 / NNA Rate $109 until Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017.
- Hotel Map & Directions
- Airport & Transportation
- Additional Hotels (Information to come)
- NNA 2017 Convention Theme: Innovation Starts Here
April 12, 2017
As a direct result of the 2016 National Newspaper Association 130th annual convention and trade show, I was able to introduce myself to several newspaper owners. This led to numerous quoting opportunities and new business, which has benefits for the NNA member and one of NNA’s corporate partners.
September 8, 2016
As part of the National Newspaper Association’s 130th Annual Convention and Trade Show in Franklin, TN, members will be visiting The Factory during the Extravaganza. The NNA Convention Committee has lined up some spectacular entertainment for the event.
July 6, 2016
Efforts by government officials to move public notices from local newspapers to government websites pick up steam every year. State press associations are battling on several fronts to preserve newspaper notice and to protect the public’s right to know.
May 9, 2016
This year’s National Newspaper Association’s 130th Annual Convention and Trade Show will be in Franklin, TN. From Sept. 22 to Sept. 24, NNA members and vendors will inhabit the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.
February 25, 2016
The production manager for the Georgetown (KY) News-Graphic, Lori Baker, won the National Newspaper Association convention logo contest with her entry that utilized the theme for the 2016 convention—Bring It Home.
April 5, 2016
No matter what role you play in a newspaper operation, be assured that the National Newspaper Association’s annual convention Sept. 22-24 in Franklin, TN, will be beneficial to attend.
September 8, 2015
Sen. Roy Blunt, R-MO, has carried the ball for the National Newspaper Association on efforts to establish a new system for measuring service times for rural mail. Although he does not sit on the U.S. Postal Service Oversight Committee in the Senate, Blunt has asserted his expertise on postal again and again on behalf of NNA’s members. He will discuss his outlook on USPS and other top-of-mind issues at an NNA plenary session Oct. 3.
August 1, 2015
Ron Powers, award-winning Missouri author, opens the National Newspaper Association convention Friday morning, Oct. 2, with reminders of our heritage. Powers says it was Mark Twain’s “proletarian, vernacular, sassy narrative voice that wove newspapers into our culture; gave them their individual personalities; made them into almost extensions of the family, to an extent they’d never have achieved if they’d had to stick to European diction and politisse—pardon my French. To that extent alone, they are interwoven with our national personality, and thus indispensable.”
July 6, 2015
The National Newspaper Association’s 129th Convention and Trade Show will take place Oct. 1-3, 2015, in St. Charles, MO.
June 1, 2015
Come to St. Charles, MO, to gather money-making ideas, be with friends and colleagues from across the country and see the beautiful and historic section of St. Charles.