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Why are some newspapers growing?

Oct 30, 2020

Answers from publishers at growing papers provide insights

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2020 Better Newspaper Contest winners presentation

Oct 27, 2020

Each year, NNA honors the best in community journalism in the Better Newspaper Editorial Contest and the best in community newspaper advertising in the Better Newspaper Advertising Contest. The BNEC and ...

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Hear lessons on life and business from NBA Hall of Famer Grant Hill

Oct 20, 2020

NNA members are invited to join the free UPS® Success after Success webinar series. Join the NBA Hall of Famer Grant Hill Talks Business webinar on Thursday October 22 to hear about how he faces challenges ...

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Members approve slate of officers during annual meeting

Oct 16, 2020

Brett Wesner, president of Wesner Publications in Cordell, Oklahoma, was elected chair of the National Newspaper Association during the association’s 134th annual meeting. He had been treasurer.

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ISSUE BRIEF: Good news for newspaper budgets ⁠— no increase in most common Within-County postage rates in January 2021

Oct 15, 2020

Publishers planning for 2021 postage budgets will see no increase in prices for carrier-route level sortations in Within County mailings. Marketing mail, High-Density Plus and Saturation sortations will ...

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Guide to election reporting 2020

Oct 13, 2020

The Reporters Committee has released an updated Election Legal Guide with new information on the press and public's right to access ballots, voter rolls, and the initial ballot counts and ...

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Newspaper mailers to earn discount for flats trays

Oct 9, 2020

Community newspaper mailers using white flats trays (tubs) will finally begin to earn a discount for employing the more efficient trays instead of sacks. USPS has today proposed new discounts for the flats ...

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NNA Issue Brief: PPP loans under $50K get simplified forgiveness process

Oct 9, 2020

The U.S. Department of Treasury and Small Business Administration have released a new form for Paycheck Protection Program borrowers for loan forgiveness if they received $50,000 or less.

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Oct 1, 2020

Comparing the health and ownership of papers to previous years

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