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.

Ads in celebrity-driven campaign set for July 4

Apr 16, 2020

Each features a prominent artist, author or performer explaining why their work is fueled by one of the five freedoms. 

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Faith, freedom in action in troubled times – like now

Apr 16, 2020

Amid the current pandemic, Blair Forlaw reflects on how religious communities and leaders have reacted to various crises and challenges to society since the nation was founded. Read the column. A plain ...

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New ‘Support Local Journalism’ feature makes instant impact for TownNews customers

Apr 15, 2020

More than 240 local media sites have signed up to add contributions to their revenue game plans, generating significant income from readers.

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Journalists can now find COVID-19 response related legislation from across country on Open States

Apr 13, 2020

The free resource pulls in legislation, so journalists can easily track and monitor legislation in one spot, which is particularly helpful to those having to report on multiple states, says James Turk, ...

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NNA member shares kids' content

Apr 13, 2020

JJ Francais, associate publisher of The Chronicle and The Southwest Journal in Elgin, Oklahoma, has shared kids' activity pages, customizable for both editorial and advertising.

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Pub Aux Live! Designing Civics

Apr 7, 2020

The Weekly-Press of Pinckneyville, Illinois, made more than $2,000 and generated lots of positive buzz about the newspaper with its annual ad design contest. PLUS Salute to Healthcare Workers and ...

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Thank you, healthcare workers — multiple advertiser section

Apr 7, 2020

Peter W. Wagner, founder and publisher of The N’West Iowa REVIEW in Sheldon, Iowa, shared a signature page his staff created to thank healthcare workers.

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Weeklies find success publishing under one flag and running COVID education ads

Apr 7, 2020

The Cut Bank Pioneer Press, The Glacier Reporter, Shelby Promoter and The Valerian all published as one hyperlocal publication on April 1.

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