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House of Representatives passes Fallen Journalists Memorial Act

Sep 22, 2020

Washington, D.C. ⁠— The Fallen Journalists Memorial (FJM) Foundation, News Media Alliance, National Newspaper Association and National Association of Broadcasters today commended the U.S. ...

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NDNA selects new executive director

Nov 23, 2020

Sarah Elmquist Squires, editor of a twice-weekly newspaper in Winona, Minnesota, will take the helm of the North Dakota Newspaper Association beginning Dec. 1.  

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GNI Ad Transformation Lab — opportunity to accelerate digital business growth

Nov 20, 2020

Participating publishers will receive a six month, hands-on experience that will provide deep analytical and technical support from industry experts to accelerate digital business growth. They will get ...

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The power to tax is the power to destroy ⁠— PPP deductibility must be fixed now

Nov 20, 2020

Unemployment this year hit nearly 15% ⁠— the highest the nation has seen since the Great Depression. If businesses had not kept their payrolls running through PPP, unemployment would have zoomed ...

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NNA POSTAL ALERT: Publishers should immediately migrate Central Postage Payment (CAPS) accounts to USPS electronic postal payment system to avoid interruptions

Nov 18, 2020

The U.S. Postal Service set a drop-dead date of August 20, 2020, for commercial mailers to close their Centralized Account Processing System (CAPS) accounts for postage payments and instead use Enterprise ...

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NEWS FLASH: NNA member benefits from virtual #NNAatHome convention

Nov 16, 2020

During the recent NNA tradeshow, a NNA member1 visited the Walterry Insurance Brokers virtual booth and thanks to the NNA, both parties benefited. The NNA member had concerns about his policy, ...

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Congressional Action Team ⁠discusses postal priorities

Nov 13, 2020

The NNA Congressional Action Team hosted a meeting on Thursday, November 12 to discuss postal priorities in the coming year. 

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We cannot allow our First Amendment rights to become ‘wrongs’

Nov 12, 2020

Gene Policinski talks about the new law signed into effect in Tennessee that chills the rights to protest by making it a felony to camp overnight without a permit, and implementing stricter penalties and ...

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