National Newspaper Association

Protecting, Promoting and Enhancing Community Newspapers Since 1885

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The mission of the National Newspaper Association is to protect, promote and enhance America's community newspapers.

  • NNA protects community newspapers through active and effective government relation programs that addresses the issues affecting community newspapers.
  • NNA promotes community newspapers by educating readers, advertisers and policy officials on the benefits and value of community newspapers. 
  • NNA enhances community newspapers by providing information, solutions and strategies on current and emerging issues affecting the business interest of community newspapers.

Issue brief: PPP loan forgiveness

May 16, 2020

The Department of Treasury and Small Business Administration yesterday released the form that borrowers must complete for loan forgiveness under the Paycheck Protection Program.

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Pub Aux Live! Best Practices for Hiring Freelancers

May 14, 2020

In times like these, newspaper professionals are covering more news with fewer staff to spread it around. Freelancers can help expand your newspaper's reach without burdening your now non-existent budget.

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What words make up a ‘true threat?’ Well, that depends

May 14, 2020

Gene Policinski discusses the meaning behind what makes up a “true threat” and how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted American’s First Amendment protection of speech.

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Iowa weeklies launch #InThisTogether advertising campaign

May 12, 2020

"Those small ads at the bottom of the pages are part of a chain covering 20 pages with 70-plus ads," Owner and Publisher Bill Tubbs wrote via email.

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How to host a Zoom party for your audience

May 12, 2020

Missouri School of Journalism students partner with media organizations to solve problems they face. Challenge accepted!

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Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press offers HIPAA guidebook

May 4, 2020

Medical privacy laws can confuse the most savvy journalist and give public officials a reason not to disclose information that should be provided to the public under state open records laws.

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Issue brief – what if laid off employees decline to return?

May 4, 2020

This week, new guidance has been issued on what happens if an employer tries to return a laid-off or furloughed employee to his or her old job and the employee decides not to come back. 

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Despite hardship, small town newspapers across the country keep the news flowing

May 1, 2020

No business cares about its community more than a local newspaper. From coast to coast, border to border, across the entire USA, newspapers are doing their damnedest to hold tight to their franchise and ...

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