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HHS directed to look at local media for advertising buys

Dec 1, 2023

The House Appropriations Committee is poised to direct the Secretary of Health and Human Services to direct more of the agency’s advertising dollar toward local media, including nondaily newspapers, ...

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Industry groups create scholarship honoring Tonda Rush

Dec 1, 2023

Rush became NNA’s Chief Executive Officer in 1992 when NNA had a staff of 20 in Washington, D.C. 

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Some words from NNA's Tonda Rush

Nov 29, 2023

It was with a mix of excitement and sorrow that I informed NNA’s Board of Directors this fall that the time for the next step in my retirement has come. 

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Maglio, Oliver re-elected, Wood appointed

Nov 1, 2023

In an annual meeting on Zoom, prior to the 137th Annual Convention & Trade Show in Washington, D.C., NNA Foundation board members Julie Maglio and Kate Oliver were re-elected for two-year terms. NNA ...

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NNA stands in support of its member newspaper Marion County Record (KS)

Aug 12, 2023

NNA stands by its community newspapers and calls upon top officials in Kansas to immediately return any property seized by law enforcement so the newspaper can proceed with its work.’

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Ever find yourself in a situation wondering what another community newspaper publisher would do?

May 1, 2023

Discuss business issues and concerns with your colleagues on the NNA Member Forum closed Facebook group. 

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NNA Supports JCPA Introduction

Apr 1, 2023

NNA Press Release ⁠— April 1, 2023 Contact:   National Newspaper Association Supports Journalism Competition and Preservation Act Introduction   National Newspaper Association ...

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NNA & NNAF Annual Report 2022

Feb 1, 2023

The National Newspaper Association and NNA Foundation report on 2022 programs. 

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NNA members claim Bingo wins

Jan 1, 2023

NNA members met for Bingo on Dec. 7, 2022, and Cheryl Williams, Monroe County Reporter, Forsyth, Georgia (pictured center row, left), took the cake again. 

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