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Newspaper Industry News announces 38 new obituary-hosting partnerships

May 13, 2021 is pleased to announce the launch of obituary-hosting relationships with 38 new local media organizations. These launches increase the reach of Legacy’s industry-leading memorialization ...

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Publishers call on president to use local newspaper advertising to help reach goal of 70% vaccinated by July 4

May 13, 2021

Washington, D.C. — The News Media Alliance and the National Newspaper Association today sent a letter to President Joe Biden, on behalf of their more than 3,700 combined daily and community newspaper ...

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Postal Service Reform Act of 2021 promotes sustainable Universal Service

May 12, 2021

“This bill does not give us everything we want, nor one thing we really need, which is some assurance of postage rate stability,” Wesner said. “But it does open the door for much-needed ...

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A Conversation with Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence

May 11, 2021

Join NNAF for a conversation on Thursday, June 17 at 4 p.m. ET/ 3 p.m. CT with Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, 3-term Michigan Democrat, former Mayor of Southfield, Michigan, and one of the House’s ...

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Hammes family sells St. Maries Gazette Record to Mullen Family

May 5, 2021

Dan and Cindy Hammes, second-generation family owners of the St. Maries Gazette Record, have sold the newspaper to Jesse and Sasha Mullen of Deer Lodge, Montana, according to John Thomas Cribb ...

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Concerning Community Newspapers

May 1, 2021

There seems to be something in the air

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Fighting for our local papers

May 1, 2021

We can’t stand by and watch this happen to our independent press. That’s why I have introduced bipartisan legislation with Sen. John Kennedy (R-Louisiana) and Reps. David Cicilline (D-Rhode ...

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