National Newspaper Association


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National Newspaper Association

An organization that promotes small community newspapers in the United States. It provides resources to members, markets their newspapers to advertisers, and lobbies for favorable legislation. It was founded in 1885 and is based in Columbia, Missouri.
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The National Newspaper Association said earlier this month that postal reform legislation is "back on the slow track.
The National Newspaper Association said it doesn't expect any new periodical rates to go into effect before mid-May.
The Paragould Daily Press was one of two Arkansas newspapers named best in the nation by the National Newspaper Association.
Receiving this award from the National Newspaper Association is both a professional honor and validation that the Washington Blade is the most trusted source of information for the LBGT community.
The National Newspaper Association, a trade group representing smaller dailies and weeklies, said last week the discount was provided to publishers who delivered bundled newspapers to "transportation hubs.
He is a former president of the South Dakota Newspaper Association and previously served as regional director of the National Newspaper Association.
The National Newspaper Association said earlier this month it had contacted AmEx starting in 2010, pointing out that the company doesn't buy local print media and that NAA representatives met with AmEx earlier this year, garnering a guarantee of a higher spend with print media, especially small dailies and weeklies.
The piece, published in the Michigan Chronicle today, named "best black paper in the country" six times in the last 12 years by the National Newspaper Association, exposed some of the biggest myths recently perpetrated by opponents to the program.
From 1997 until 2001, Allen was Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Newspaper Association, the largest such association in the United States, representing more than 3,000 community newspapers.
The National Newspaper Association seconded the concerns of the USPS's Office of the Inspector General, which said the service hasn't yet finished its service-impact evaluations on the planned closings.
Patricia Berg and former House Aging Committee Director Robert Weiner tackle the current cancer research funding crisis in an article entitled "FEDERAL CANCER RESEARCH FUNDING CRISIS THREATENS NATION," which appeared in the Wednesday edition of the Michigan Chronicle, named "best black paper in the country" six times in the last 12 years by the National Newspaper Association.
Her work has led to many speaking engagements before such groups as the National Press Club, World Economic Forum, American Advertising Federation, National Newspaper Association, Forrester Research, and the National Cable Television Association.
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