NNA News

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.

 

Bill to pull NJ public notices from newspapers delayed

January 5, 2017

The industry’s most imminent threat of the loss of all newspaper public notices in a single state was averted by the New Jersey Press Association in late December as its legislature wound down an intense week.

 

The rules are changing: NNA’s 2017 Leadership Summit

January 5, 2017

What can publishers expect during the first 100 days of the Donald J. Trump administration? What can they expect of the new Congress?

 

Baron, Stelter to highlight National Press Club event at summit

January 5, 2017

“Is Martin Baron the best news editor of all time?” was the headline of an article in Esquire magazine last year.

 

Paxton appoints two to NNA board

December 7, 2016

Kermit P. “Bo” Bolton and Dennis Richardson have been appointed to the National Newspaper Association board of directors.

Paxton, News-Gazette publisher, enjoying national role

December 7, 2016

With his University of Virginia economics degree in hand, Matthew Paxton IV bade farewell to Lexington and his family’s newspaper, The News-Gazette. He headed to Lynchburg, VA, where he would work for a bank.

 

Reprieve: Federal court puts a hold on new DOL overtime rule

December 7, 2016

On the eve of the first payrolls governed by changes in the Wage and Hour laws, community newspapers got a reprieve from a harsh new rule dictated by the U.S. Department of Labor. A federal court judge in Texas, Amos L. Mazzant III, issued a temporary injunction preventing an increase in the exempt salary threshold from going into effect on Dec. 1.

 

Smithsonian features top community newspapers and their families

October 27, 2016

Leading community newspapers are featured in a new virtual exhibition by the Smithsonian National Postal Museum. The exhibition, “America’s Mailing Industry,” was launched in a reception at the museum Sept. 13.

 

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