NNA News

Straus appointed to NNA board as Region 1 director

April 12, 2017

Jeanne Straus, the president of Straus Media in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, was appointed to the National Newspaper Association board of directors during the association’s Community Newspaper Leadership Summit in Washington.

 

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.

 

MS weekly wins free NNA convention registration

April 12, 2017

Emmerich Newspaper’s Northside Sun, a weekly newspaper serving readers in Jackson, MS, was picked in a random drawing of early-bird contest entries to win a free registration valued at approximately $400 to the National Newspaper Association’s 131st Annual Convention & Trade Show this fall.

 

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.

 

NNA members bring newspaper issues to Capitol Hill

April 12, 2017

More than 100 newspaper executives and college journalists descended upon Washington in March during a cold snap that froze the budding cherry trees that kept publishers inside, addressing members of Congress on key industry issues.

 

NNA selects logo for 2017 convention

March 13, 2017

The National Newspaper Association has selected a logo designed by Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise Production Manager Fawn Wilson-Olivarez to market and brand its 2017 convention, which will be held in Tulsa, Oct. 5-7.

 

Will your views be heard in Washington?

March 13, 2017

At the bottom of this page and the top of Page 15, National Newspaper Association Public Policy Director Tonda Rush outlines the issues animating the 115th Congress. As she notes, there’s a good chance new legislation on postal reform, business taxes, health care and other issues vital to community newspapers will pass in some form before the session ends.

 

SPJ, 60 other journalism groups, ask Trump administration for meeting on government access

January 20, 2017

The Society of Professional Journalists and 60 other journalism organizations have requested a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence to discuss access to government.

NNA sends letter to president’s transition team

January 19, 2017

The National Newspaper Association has sent its advice to President-Elect Donald J. Trump as he takes office as the 45th president of the U.S.: pay attention to community newspapers.

No enforcement likely for now on overtime rule

January 5, 2017

About the new overtime rule: Has regular play ended and we are now in overtime, or is the game over? That question was on the minds of many publishers in November when U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant blocked implementation of the Dec. 1 start date for new Obama administration rules that would have doubled the salary threshold for employees to be ineligible for overtime pay.

 

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