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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By contrast, the Arlington-based National Newspaper Association said that about 50 percent of its 3,200 community newspaper members -- with a median circulation of 30,000 -- have an online presence.
to move inserts out of Sunday newspapers and into a new weekend mail package has apparently failed, the National Newspaper Association reported in November.
She is a past president of the National Newspaper Association and the New Jersey Press Association.
Garrick Feldman, the editor and publisher of the Leader, a biweekly based in Jacksonville, last week won a first place award from the National Newspaper Association for a column he wrote denouncing the payday lending business.
Professional Chapter, the California First Amendment Coalition, the First Amendment Foundation, the Government Accountability Project, the National Newspaper Association, the American Library Association, the Fund for Constitutional Government, Information Trust, the National Coordinating Committee for the Preservation of History, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the American Society of Newspaper Editors, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Florida Atlantic University.
The Newspaper Association of America said it had chosen a veteran trade-group executive as its next chief executive, while the National Newspaper Association said it had hired the Illinois Press Association to provide it management services.
in 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, and 2007 by the National Newspaper Association of America.
The Paragould Daily Press was one of two Arkansas newspapers named best in the nation by the National Newspaper Association. The Daily Press placed first among daily newspapers with less than 10,000 circulation in the NNA's 4th Annual Best of the States competition.
A recent report by the National Newspaper Association and the American Court and Commercial Newspapers Inc., reported at least a dozen legislatures discussed outsourcing state agency records, some to only one vendor.
*Postal wins for publishers, citizens: The United States Postal Service said it plans to provide ways to speed the delivery of newspapers, the National Newspaper Association reported last week.
The National Newspaper Association (NNA) plans to keep fighting the passage of a 1099 reporting requirement in the Healthcare Reform Bill that it says would create an unnecessary hardship for newspapers by requiring them to report any purchase of goods or services of $600 or more per year to the IRS.
Frank Garred, a National Newspaper Association board member and owner of the Port Townsend Jefferson County (Washington) Leader, worked with Neibergall on the symposium.
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