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NNA's 134th Annual Convention and Trade Show: Today's Readers, Tomorrow's Leaders

October 1-3, 2020
Jacksonville, Florida

Registration opens

March 23, 2020

NNA's 134th Annual Convention and Trade Show, held at Hyatt Regency in sunny Jacksonville, Florida, will address pressing business objectives of community newspaper owners, publishers and senior staff with educational sessions and peer sharing activities.

Your full registration includes general sessions, round table discussion sessions, an exhibit hall with more than 30 exhibitors and tickets to a welcome reception, two breakfasts, two lunches and one dinner with entertainment.

We value the time and resources you are considering investing in NNA's 134th Annual Convention and Trade Show and promise you will not be disappointed.

Registration opens

March 23, 2020

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NNA’s 134th Annual Convention and Trade Show: Today’s Readers, Tomorrow’s Leaders

NNA’s 134th Annual Convention and Trade Show, held at Hyatt Regency in sunny Jacksonville, Florida, will address pressing business objectives of community newspaper owners, publishers and senior ...

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NNA moves Congressional Action Team Summit one week later in 2020

National Newspaper Association is taking the unusual step of moving its Congressional Action Team Summit to new dates in 2020. 
The Summit will now be March 25 to 27, 2020, according to NNA’s Public Policy Director Tonda Rush.

“Because NNA has to make event arrangements well ahead of the final Congressional schedule each session, we sometimes find we have chosen dates that land on a Congressional recess. That is what happened for our next Summit. We are now moving the event to make it one week later than previously announced dates,” Rush said.

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Recharging

I don't know about you, but from time to time, I feel burned out at work. I can tell it's coming on when I start to procrastinate on doing regular tasks or put off making deci­sions. That's not good when you're trying to run a small business. Fortunately, we have a great group of people here at The News-Gazette who do their jobs well in a pretty fast­paced environment. But there are some things that fall to me for the final decision. 

Most of us operate under some level of stress. Too much stress and constant, un­remitting stress is bad for us, we know. However, a modest amount of stress, perhaps bet­ter called motivation, keeps us on schedule and accomplish­ing the tasks we need to do. Whether it's from above from a supervisor or self-imposed, this form of stress is necessary to keep the wheels turning. 

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