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NSA says its surveillance stays within the law

May 6, 2014

A tunnel of trees lines either side of Interstate 295, north of the nation’s capital.

NSA monitoring a hot topic for nation, Kansas politicians

May 6, 2014

In the months since National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden leaked sensitive documents held by the NSA, the public discussion and opinion about the agency’s actions have fluctuated between almost hero-like approval for Snowden and outright rage at the perceived breach of privacy.

Pub Aux Live: So You Want To Be A Publisher? - Thursday, June 5

April 25, 2014

Pub Aux Live: So You Want To Be A Publisher? The Third Edition of PUB AUX LIVE!
Learn how one veteran journalist made a success in community newspapers. Leading the online webinar discussion: NNA HOST Robert M. Williams Jr., GUEST STARS Ed Pawlenty, CFO of Paw Publications, LLC, with Julie Bergman, Senior Associate at W.B. Grimes & Company, and Co-Owner of Page 1 Publications...

Pub Aux Live: Homeland: Building Real Estate Ad Revenue, Thursday, May 8

April 21, 2014

Pub Aux Live: Homeland: Building Real Estate Ad Revenue. The Second Edition of PUB AUX LIVE!
Garner More Real Estate Advertising! This is how you build your real estate section with the help from your local real estate agencies. Leading the online webinar discussion: NNA HOST Robert M. Williams Jr., GUEST STARS Eric Denty, publisher of the Jesup (GA) Press-Sentinel, along with Melissa Mallard...

NNA members bring their concerns to Congress

April 11, 2014

National Newspaper Association members converged on Capitol Hill March 13 carrying two main messages: don’t deregulate the U.S. Postal Service and don’t blow up local economies by taxing advertising.

PNRC names first national public notice journalism award winner

April 11, 2014

The Mitchell (SD) Daily Republic has been named the first recipient of the PNRC’s national Public Notice Journalism Award for 2014. The newspaper is recognized for a series inaugurated by an alert reader who spotted a payment by a local school board in a public notice. The reader’s tip to the newspaper led to a protracted open records lawsuit by the newspaper against the school district. The conclusion: the revelation of a $175,000 severance agreement with a former school superintendent that otherwise would not have reached the readers’ attention.

NNA board supports project to help war memorial foundation

July 2, 2014

The National Newspaper Association board of directors voted to support a project being conducted by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, coordinating efforts with state and regional press associations to help locate photos of military personnel who died during the Vietnam War.

Pub Aux Live Hats in the ring: A success for political advertising

March 26, 2014

The Political Season Is On! The sure-fire political advertising module: offer your candidates an easy sell, prime placement feature.

Welcome from Bob Schieffer

Bob Schieffer welcomes NNA members to Washington summit

February 10, 2014

One of the most recognized faces in American journalism, CBS anchor Bob Schieffer, will keynote the National Newspaper Association’s “We Believe in Newspapers” Leadership Summit set in Washington March 13.

USPS tells its post offices: Hold local newspaper mail at post offices or send to hubs!

February 7, 2014

A new directive from the U.S. Postal Service headquarters to mail processing plants and local post offices is expected to improve newspaper delivery, the National Newspaper Association said today.

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