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Aug 1, 2023

Learning from the master: How Jim Lockwood weaves award-winning journalism out of public notices

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Welch, Rounds lead bipartisan Deliver for Democracy Act to help local news overcome persistent postal delays, surging rate increases

May 22, 2024

The NNA worked extensively with Senator Welch’s staff in developing this bill and numerous improvements we proposed were incorporated into it before it was introduced. The fact that newspaper service ...

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Press Forward Information Session: Open Call on Closing Local Coverage Gaps

May 16, 2024

Press Forward’s first open call will address the longstanding inequalities in journalism coverage and practice in the U.S., by investing in small, local newsrooms that provide original reporting ...

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El Rito Media acquires Alamogordo Daily News, the Carlsbad Current Argus, and the Ruidoso News

May 15, 2024

Two years ago, a group of Republicans and Democrats, contrarians all, formed El Rito Media LLC for the purpose of undertaking an experiment. Their question was whether a formula could be devised for saving ...

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NNA needs your help — letter regarding postage

May 14, 2024

This summer, the Postal Regulatory Commission will review the regulations that permit USPS to require postage increases twice a year.  NNA needs your help.

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PUB AUX Classifieds

May 9, 2024

Jobs, newspapers for sale, brokers ... 

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Free requester paper asks readers for donations and is surprised with results

May 1, 2024

What is the harm in asking? As the long saying goes, you don’t know until you try. So here is what we did.

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Impress upon readers the underlying value of public records

May 1, 2024

Consider these examples I encountered during my tenure as editor.

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More ideas on how to generate income for your local newspaper

May 1, 2024

Newspapers must make money to survive, and the principle that “you cannot cut your way to prosperity” should incentivize newspapers to focus on how to bring in more money.

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