NNA News

National security and privacy rights face off over NSA allegations

July 15, 2014

It can be argued that there are two prevailing schools of thought about the National Security Agency, one of the most controversial and most polarizing organizations in America, if not the entire planet.

NNA honors three during convention

July 8, 2014

Jeff David, Elizabeth Parker and Derek Sawvell were honored during the National Newspaper Association’s 128th Annual Convention & Trade Show, when they were presented with the 2014 Amos, McKinney and Phillips awards, respectively.

Saturday delivery proposal stalls

July 8, 2014

An early summer proposition by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-VA, to provide a temporary fix to the ailing Highway Transportation Fund through paper savings from canceling Saturday mail delivery appears to be dead. The proposal had the support of the U.S. Postal Service.

Closing 80+ Mail Processing Plants and Degrading Periodicals/First-Class Mail Service: a Recipe for More Lost Business for USPS

July 3, 2014

National Newspaper Association President Robert M. Williams Jr., publisher of the Blackshear (GA) Times, strongly objected this week to the U.S. Postal Service’s announcement that it would close or consolidate more than 80 mail processing facilities after January and lower service standards for Periodicals and First-Class Mail.

NNA's 2014 newspaper contest winners announced

July 2, 2014

Judging results have been processed and winners of the National Newspaper Association 2014 Better Newspaper Contest and Better Newspaper Advertising Contest have been posted online at nnaweb.org.

3 candidates nominated for NNA regional directorships

June 9, 2014

Matt Paxton, Susan Rowell and Tom Mullen have been nominated for National Newspaper Association regional directorships.

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a—drone?

June 6, 2014

What someone thinks of drones depends on two things: Who it’s pointed at and who’s holding the controller.

Sentiment turns against NSA’s bulk data collection

June 6, 2014

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Menomonee Falls, feels misled.

NNAF program brings young journalists to DC

June 6, 2014

For Averi Haugesag, the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s News Fellow program provided a unique opportunity to delve into national security and privacy issues surrounding the National Security Agency and use that information in the best tradition of community journalism: to write about the large-scale drone program being developed at her home University of North Dakota and nearby Grand Forks Air Force Base.

Publishers’ front-page protest produces positive result

June 6, 2014

Community newspapers across America organized what appears to have been a successful protest to get the Newseum in Washington, to include community newspapers in its Today’s Front Pages exhibit.

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