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Publishers’ Auxiliary Digital Edition by E-Type Services

The National Newspaper Association, in partnership with E-Type Services, is making Publishers' Auxiliary available in an interactive online version.

5 mobile journalism basics to remember

February 4, 2016

We talk about apps and frames, quick-to-social and between-casts. And we talk about when we should and shouldn’t use mobile devices for journalism. Well, let’s stop talking about application and talk for a few minutes about execution.

 

What can we learn from Warren Buffett in 2016?

February 4, 2016

Warren Buffett is considered the best stock market investor of the last 50 years. His Berkshire Hathaway is a holding company that owns more than 80 businesses.

 

Athlon Media Group sponsors Heath’s postal work for 2016

February 4, 2016

NASHVILLE, TN—AMG | Parade has agreed to sponsor National Newspaper Association Postal Chair Max Heath for his expenses representing NNA for the eighth straight year through 2016.

There’s good reason community newspapers are selling

February 4, 2016

I’ve shared for years my belief that the printed community newspaper is not dead but actually alive and well. That belief is highly embraced in Iowa where smaller community papers are selling like once famous metro paper’s “extra edition.”

 

Around half of newspaper readers rely only on print edition

February 4, 2016

Recently, Boston Globe editorial employees received an unusual request: Could anyone run a paper route? Because of problems with the paper’s new distributor, some home subscribers had not received their print editions. About 200 Globe workers responded to the call and hand-delivered copies to local residents.

OR weekly strives to maintain normal news coverage

February 4, 2016

Social media devotees have had a field day with the small army of militiamen who are occupying the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Harney County, OR, to protest the imprisonment of a pair of local ranchers for committing arson on federal lands.

 

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.

 

New site consolidates databases for faster searches

January 13, 2016

SEATTLE, WA—In the electronically connected world of today, information flows fast. Journalists, the bridge between the public and their news, must search through the facts to find the stories people want to read. But, with millions of records to search through, finding the useful facts can take hours. But readers want the story now, and journalists are pressured to report the facts faster. With the help of a new website, the searching may have become easier.

 

Journalism professor launches Open Room Media podcast

January 13, 2016

Open Room Media, the brainchild of Reynolds School of Journalism Professor and Media Entrepreneurship Chair Mignon Fogarty, launched in December. The first episode features Reno media entrepreneurs Amanda Burden and Jaci Goodman of edible Reno-Tahoe magazine. Listen to the first episode and subscribe to Open Room Media by going here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/open-room-media-startups/id1048517525?mt=2).

 

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