NNA News

Online registration is now available for the We Believe in Newspapers Leadership Conference

January 27, 2012

The National Newspaper Association is now accepting online registrations for the We Believe in Newspapers Leadership Conference, formerly known as the Government Affairs Conference.

Civil War dog stories available to NNA papers

January 4, 2012

A serialized story for young readers is now available to National Newspaper Association member newspapers at no cost.

6-day delivery spared through most of 2012

January 4, 2012

Congress pushed into the holiday season in December with last-minute postal legislation that keeps Saturday mail delivery alive through Sept. 30, 2012.

GAC transforms into We Believe

The Government Affairs Conference will transition in 2012 into the We Believe in Newspapers Conference.

Urban newspapers might be suffering, but what about small-town publications?

November 29, 2011

NET Radio, a statewide public radio network originating in Lincoln, NE, broadcast the story below about community newspapers in Nebraska.

Gerri Peterson deftly flipped through the pages of the latest Hooker County Tribune newspaper. "I'm just checking to make sure that the pages are in order and not upside-down or ..." she trailed off with a chuckle. "Which has happened before, (though) not to me."

Urgent alert on postal reform

November 7, 2011

A bipartisan group of Senate leaders broke a stalemate on postal reform legislation to develop a package of financial relief, workforce revisions and service protections for mailers in November. 

NNA applauds roll back of tax reporting requirements

September 15, 2011

The National Newspaper Association today applauded a 314-112 vote in the U.S. House of Representatives to roll back onerous new tax reporting requirements.

The AP offers Civil War photos for use by NNA member newspapers

September 15, 2011

The Associated Press compiled a collection of Civil War photos from Library of Congress and the AP Photo Archives

Internet access still not available to all

September 15, 2011

Up to 10 percent of Americans lack access to basic Internet connections fast enough to download simple Web pages and videos, according to findings recently released by the federal government.

PRC throws red flags at Saturday mail elimination

September 15, 2011

Elimination of Saturday mail service requires more study and a better implementation plan to protect impacted customers, the Postal Regulatory Commission said.

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