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Arkansas Times publisher explains stance on Israel boycott law to readers of New York Times

Jan 1, 2022

Alan Leveritt, publisher of the Arkansas Times, explains in an op-ed for the New York Times why we refused to comply with a state law punishing businesses that refuse to sign a pledge that they wouldn’t ...

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COVID-19 remains a local story

Jan 1, 2022

COVID-19 remains a local story, especially if elective surgeries are getting canceled again, especially if our hospitals are running out of beds again, especially if our beleaguered health care systems ...

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Ingenito of newspaper group in New York wins NNAF convention registration, $100

Jan 1, 2022

Andrew Ingenito, the production manager of The Long Island Advance, The Suffolk County News and The Islip Bulletin in Patchogue, New York, has topped all other National Newspaper Association members in ...

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Kevin Slimp’s advice to newspapers as we enter a new year

Jan 1, 2022

After so many years of consulting and advising newspapers, it still never ceases to surprise me when I find questions from publishers in my email. Still, when I click on Apple Mail, there are questions ...

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What can be done to help journalism students avoid heavy indebtedness?

Jan 1, 2022

The professors and media advisors have collective decades of working with community newspapers and teaching young adults about the craft of journalism. This discussion highlights their sense of journalism ...

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With NMA partnership, we expect that our combined voice on Capitol Hill will be greater

Jan 1, 2022

This move recognizes that all three organizations have areas of strength but that resources are tight in our industry. By working together on public policy and in sharing training resources and technical ...

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2022 NIE serial story ⁠— Generations of Missouri

Dec 29, 2021

The 8-chapter story features family members from the year 1821 to the present. Events from the Dred Scott decision, the building of the Eads Bridge, to connect Illinois to Missouri, the 1904 World’s ...

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GUEST PERSPECTIVE: Free press, diversity and the digital age

Dec 23, 2021

Indian Country Today’s story doesn’t match many common narratives in local news: that local newspapers aren’t sustainable, aren’t growing and struggle to go digital. Editor Mark ...

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NNA MEMBER REMINDER: Deadline extended for repayment of deferred payroll taxes

Dec 17, 2021

If you deferred social security payments during 2020, 50% of those deferments must be paid by Jan 3, 2022. The original deadline was December 31, 2021, a holiday.

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