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Periodicals postage advertising standards, measurement

May 3, 2017

With the advent of the new Marked Copy Alternate Process, some corollary questions about advertising and non-advertising measurement have arisen.


Vendor e-newsletter to bring the latest info on newspaper products and services

May 3, 2017

Have you noticed a new e-newsletter in your email in box the last two months? The products and services e-newsletter is a great way for companies who provide solutions to community newspapers to keep National Newspaper Association members informed of new developments that can benefit their businesses.


Tulsa, OK: home of NNA’s convention

May 3, 2017

National Newspaper Association members will find plenty to do before, after or in between sessions.


Nevada is the latest public notice trouble spot

May 3, 2017

Legislation that would authorize radio and TV station websites to publish public notices in Nevada has become a serious threat to newspapers in the state, according to the Nevada Press Association. Senate Bill 218 would establish broadcaster websites as an alternative to newspapers for all legislatively mandated notices in the state, including foreclosure notices and other private-party public declarations.


GA paper wins fight against coal ash dump

May 3, 2017

After a fight lasting 462 days, a fundraising effort yielding $1 million in pledges, letters of support from former President Jimmy Carter and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, three special sections and one coloring contest, 12,000 inches of free advertising worth $93,000, and too many hours of hard work to count, residents of rural Wayne County, GA, fought off the efforts of a Fortune 500 solid waste giant that proposed to dump millions of tons of coal ash in a local landfill.


20% non-advertising content difference necessary to create a separate publication

April 12, 2017

Postal hotline Q & A


NNA seeks to keep cap on postage rates

April 12, 2017

Keep an inflation cap on postage, the National Newspaper Association argued to the Postal Regulatory Commission in March.


WI, MO on high alert as public notice bills churn through state legislatures

April 12, 2017

More than 120 public notice bills have been introduced in at least 37 different states through the first week of March, raising varying levels of concern among newspaper publishers and state press associations around the country. The only states where the danger signs are flashing red, however, appear to be Wisconsin and Missouri.


2016 NNA convention proved beneficial for members and vendors

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.


South Dakota editor produces news series from public notices

April 12, 2017

Public notice is not a big deal to the nine South Dakota lawmakers who introduced House Bill 1167, a piece of legislation that would have moved municipal notices from newspapers to websites in many South Dakota cities if it hadn’t been killed in committee. To Brian Hunhoff, public notice is absolutely vital.


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