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TUSCALOOSA, Alabama — James B. “Jim” Boone Jr., founder and chairman of the board of Boone Newsmedia, Inc. [BNI], died Monday, Feb. 13, at UAB Hospital-Highlands in Birmingham, … more
The America’s Newspapers Executive Development Program, funded in part by the Inland Press Foundation, gives the next generation of newspaper leaders the opportunity to connect and gain … more
One sometimes-overlooked resource for journalists is Kaiser Health News , an editorially independent newsroom with Pulitzer finalist credentials that’s not associated with Kaiser Permanente. … more
The Postal Service has extended the sack use moratorium for Periodicals mailers through Feb. 21. Numerous NNA members have reported difficulties obtaining flats trays to replace sacks in their … more
Adweek’s Mark Stenberg told us 2022 is the year of ‘newsletter ‘normalisation’, the year when every major publisher came to understand that email must be a component of their … more
The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday filed its second antitrust lawsuit against Google in just over two years. It’s the latest sign the U.S. government is not backing down from … more
Last month, General Electric took over The New York Times’ print advertising for a day throughout the news, business and arts sections of the paper amounting to 22 full-page color ads as well … more
Less local news leads to  lower voter turnout, less civic participation in Parent Teacher Associations and other groups, more corruption, higher taxes, and lower bond ratings .  And in … more
NNA is pleased to announce that USPS has agreed to an extension period for the elimination of sacks for Periodicals and Marketing Mail.  The Postal Service announced late Jan. 6 that it … more
“History teaches that opaque decision-making destroys trust; recent historyinvolving police body cameras emphasizes this risk.”We end 2022 with these strong words from our own North … more
  Periodicals mailers supplying hard copy postage statements (Form 3541) to their Business Mail Entry units (BMEUs) are facing earlier deadlines.National Newspaper Association has been … more
This article was originally published on  Northwestern University’s Medill Local News Initiative website  and is republished here with permission. Switching newspaper delivery … more
Today, McClatchy announced its partnership with DanAds, in developing McClatchy Ad Manager, a new self-service platform for advertisers of all sizes SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, … more
The N.C. Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear an appeal on Monday of a Superior Court’s judge’s year-old ruling dismissing media companies’ petition for release of law enforcement … more
DENTON, N.C. (AP) — Former North Carolina state Sen. Stan Bingham, a businessman and newspaper publisher whose anecdotes and good-naturedness endeared him to colleagues from both parties, died … more
This latest grant cycle brings the Fund closer to its vision of a resilient North Carolina, where all communities have access to trusted and reliable news for a stronger, healthier democracy. … more
On Wednesday, Oct. 12, we kicked off our event series on the impact of local news with a virtual panel moderated by Marsha Cooke, vice president of ESPN Films and executive producer of 30 for 30. … more
Through the Leap innovation training program, The International Center for Journalists and Trusting News challenged journalists to answer this question: What can we build to increase trust in … more
  Local journalists in need of legal help may turn to the Protecting Journalists Pro Bono Program (ProJourn). ProJourn, now emerging from pilot status, is a network of law … more
It's been more than two years since I received my last paycheck from a newspaper company. In that time, I've had the opportunity to advocate for local newspapers that remain Relevant to their … more
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