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Fellows to continue on virtually, March 15

Feb 22, 2022

According to Lisa McGraw, public affairs manager, Michigan Press Association, the Fellowship will be available virtually and has about seven slots open.  Fellows will still be focusing on climate ...

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Power shift training improves newsroom culture – and coverage

Feb 17, 2022

Remaking newsrooms from the inside out can tackle two problems at once. News leaders who have participated in the Power Shift Project’s Workplace Integrity program report that adopting the curriculum ...

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Max Heath Postal Institute™: Understanding Periodicals

Feb 9, 2022

Max Heath Postal Institute™ presents Understanding Periodicals, an overview of the key rules and regs for newspapers.  Watch the recording below.  

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POSTAL REFORM PASSES THE HOUSE, ADVANCING A DECADE OF WORK BY NNA

Feb 8, 2022

The House of Representatives today passed the Postal Service Reform Act, HR 3076, by a vote of 342 to 92, sending a landmark postal bill to the Senate for consideration.

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Brokers report their 2021 publication sales

Feb 1, 2022

In 2021, brokers sold publications in 29 states

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DEAL ACTIVITY YEAR IN REVIEW ⁠— Small deals abound as numerous local owners buy; CherryRoad makes a splash

Feb 1, 2022

In 2021, 42 daily or thrice-weekly newspapers changed hands in 21 transactions. Deal volume totaled $678 million. This compares to 81 daily or thrice-weekly newspapers changing hands in 19 transactions ...

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Despite pandemic and economy woes, Sanpete Messenger prospers

Feb 1, 2022

From journalism to teaching to public relations, marketing and politics, Dean, 72, has enjoyed a storied career. She has owned the Sanpete Messenger for nearly 22 years, and over time, with expansion ...

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Egbert v. Boule tests long-standing law that money damages are owed when certain constitutional rights are violated

Feb 1, 2022

The National Newspaper Association joined other media organizations in January to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to recognize the right of news reporters to recover damages when federal law enforcement officers ...

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Encrypted police scanner systems shut out press and the public

Feb 1, 2022

The disappearing police scanner has been a topic for journalists since 9-11. That is because the need for a national communications policy to bring federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement and ...

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