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Garcia, Ware, Williams and Richardson join Board of Directors

Oct 1, 2021

National Newspaper Association Foundation President Matthew Adelman, publisher of the Douglas (Wyoming) Budget, has appointed new members to the NNAF Board of Directors: Clara Garcia, publisher and editor, ...

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How much time should you invest in training recent-graduate new-hires?

Oct 1, 2021

In the July installment, Pub Aux explored the atmosphere around journalism schools — the support, acceptance and academic environments for the schools. In August, we asked academic professionals ...

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Is the mail still the best distribution option for community newspapers?

Oct 1, 2021

The past 18 months have not been happy ones for the U.S. Postal Service and its customers. Delivery service, particularly for out-of-county newspapers, has been alternating between mediocre and outright ...

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Let’s steer some of that pandemic relief money into sample copying

Oct 1, 2021

Few vaccine-hesitant or -resistant people are likely to be persuaded by a news story or editorial urging vaccination, but it's important to keep delivering facts about the vaccines because social media ...

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Local Journalism Sustainability Act update — progress

Oct 1, 2021

The National Newspaper Association made progress in September with the Local Journalism Sustainability Act, legislation by Sens. Maria Cantwell, D-Washington, and Mark Kelly, D-Arizona, that would provide ...

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NNA and other organizations ask Court to continue audio transmissions

Oct 1, 2021

The Court, which has long resisted live electronic transmission of arguments, began during COVID-19 shutdowns to provide an audio feed. The Court reconvenes for its 2021-22 term Oct. 1 and has said it ...

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SBA opens new forgiveness portal

Oct 1, 2021

The Small Business Administration has opened a new portal for businesses that have not yet received forgiveness for their Paycheck Protection Program loans.

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Thank you, MHPI patrons

Oct 1, 2021

Thank you to the following patrons who have supported the Max Heath Postal Institute with a financial gift.

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USPS rewarded for poor service as rates rise, mail volumes fall and service declines

Oct 1, 2021

The Postal Service is being rewarded for poor service through the Postal Regulatory Commission’s new rate-setting authority, a coalition of mailer organizations led by the National Postal Policy ...

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