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NNA announces practical workshop for printers responsible for newspaper mailing

January 13, 2016

A hard-hitting educational workshop for printers and publishers who prepare Periodicals newspapers has been announced by the National Newspaper Association for March 16, 2016, in Washington.

 

Newspapers need Postal Service, print remains important

February 4, 2016

Research from the Pew Center just released showed that in three markets of varying sizes, more than half of the readers depend primarily on the printed newspaper. Studies in Sioux City, IA; Macon, GA; and Denver also revealed:

 

Congress paints target on ad deductibility

February 4, 2016

Main Street commerce could be hit hard if congressional tax writers opt for the advertising tax as a way to fund lower corporate taxes for Wall Street companies. The Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees must find nearly $1 trillion in new revenues as they begin to tackle major tax reform legislation.

Congressional action is needed now to preserve small-town mail service

February 4, 2016

If Congress does not act quickly to reform the U.S. Postal Service, small-town America can expect a further slow-down of the mail, said Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader in Princeton, KY, when he testified to a U.S. Senate committee Jan. 21.

2016 BNA & BNA contests are open!

2015 BNEC & BNAC Overview

Entries came fr om 36 states; 158 newspapers sent in a total of 1,696 entries; and 149 newspapers were selected as winners and received a total of 521 awards.

NAE Fun Facts

Entries came fr om nine states; 10 newspapers were selected as winners and received a total of 15 awards. Kidsville News!, a literacy and educational newspaper based in Fayett eville, NC, sponsored the contest.

 

Congressional action is needed NOW to preserve small-town mail service, community newspaper organization says

January 21, 2016

If Congress does not act quickly to reform the U.S. Postal Service, small-town America can expect a further slow-down of the mail, said Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader in Princeton, KY, when he testified to a U.S. Senate committee Jan. 21.

Serialized story opens a ‘Window to the Past’

January 20, 2016

This January, the National Newspaper Association Foundation is offering newspapers the opportunity to publish “Window to the Past,” a free eight-chapter serialized story for young readers that looks back at the founding of the Girl Scouts in 1912.

 

Newspapers get ‘warnings’ of future penalties for non-compliance with Full-Service IMb rules

January 13, 2016

Newspapers across the country that have converted to electronic documentation and then Full-Service Intelligent Mail barcoding are reporting confusion over U.S. Postal Service warnings of penalties in effect starting July 1, 2016, for being out of compliance with a multitude of internal measurements for providing Full-Service status.

 

Overtime pay, ad taxes & postal reform are top issues for summit

January 13, 2016

Newspaper executives are headed to Washington on March 17 to address concerns about shifting many employees to overtime-eligible status. The looming possibility of advertising taxes is also on the table for the 2016 Community Newspaper Leadership Summit at the Crystal City Marriott, Arlington, VA. The National Newspaper Association continues to focus on threats to mail service with a push on Capitol Hill on postal reform and a new workshop for printers who prepare newspaper mail.

 

Transition team ready to move NNA forward

January 13, 2016

The National Newspaper Association begins the New Year with a new contract partnership for its management services.

 

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