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Join us for the Congressional Action Team Summit in D.C., March 17, 2022

Mar 17, 2022

The CAT Summit is NNA’s premier public policy event of the year. Come to Washington to share your views and newspaper industry positions with Capitol Hill and key policymakers. Wrap up an intense ...

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Prominent community newspaper publishers comment to House Subcommittee about impact on newspaper readers from failures in mail delivery

Oct 15, 2021

Chicago publisher Dorothy R. Leavell and central Illinois publisher John Galer advised the House Subcommittee on Government Operations today that delayed mail delivery is costing newspapers time, money ...

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C-SPAN launches new video-based mobile app

Oct 14, 2021

Just released in the App Store and on Google Play, C-SPAN Now is a free mobile app featuring video of the day’s biggest political events, presented in C-SPAN's signature unfiltered think-for-yourself ...

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Four key First Amendment cases to watch this Supreme Court term

Oct 7, 2021

The Supreme Court’s October term has begun, and it promises to be an eventful one for First Amendment watchers, writes Freedom Forum fellow David Hudson, highlighting four key cases to watch.

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Black and white and undead all over

Oct 1, 2021

There is an undeniable correlation between a strong local news product and a persevering local business dynamic. While one cannot attribute the success of one to the other with any certitude, publishers ...

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Boost ad sales with latest 'Relevant' research

Oct 1, 2021

A new six-part promotional series is available to local publishers eager to tout how newspapers' multigenerational readership is a lucrative target for advertisers.The promotions are free to use from The ...

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Don’t let shortcuts thwart quality content

Oct 1, 2021

Many newsrooms, already strained by lean staffs, have seen resources exacerbated by the economic toll of the coronavirus. Circumstances have prompted editors and reporters to take shortcuts in gathering ...

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For Afghan-Americans whose families haven’t yet made it out, the story hasn’t ended

Oct 1, 2021

It is hard to measure the ways in which these last 20 years have shaped that small percentage of us. Over time, the good and the bad have mingled into one experience, like a death of a loved one that sneaks ...

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