As broadband gaps grow during COVID-19, newspapers are the right home for public notices

Share this article and links below with your local State Representatives and Senators By Tonda Rush, NNA General Counsel Making sure Americans receive public notice on matters of critical concern to them during the coronavirus public health crisis requires newspapers as the primary venue, National Newspaper Association President Matt Adelman, publisher of the Douglas (Wyoming) Budget, said this week. “NNA […]

Intern discovers ‘tickling a giant’ and will do so in her career since the public has a right to know

By Jennifer K. Perkins, Corbin Times-Tribune, Eastern Kentucky University Two years ago, I sat in front of a computer to write out my first Kentucky Press Association Internship reflection article, and it just seemed to flow; it was one of those pieces I did not really think about because it seemed to write itself. This piece, though the lessons I […]

Intern gets an all-around introduction to the newspaper business at Kentucky Publishing

Zachary Anglin, West Kentucky News/Paducah, Murray State University   Going into KPA’s internship program during a viral pandemic is something many past interns simply cannot say. Initially, I didn’t really know what to expect or if I even should do it in the first place. Now, I know for certain that I would have regretted not taking the opportunity to […]

James Scogin documentary available on Amazon Prime, makes basketball movie database

Honors continue for documentary: Available on Amazon Prime, honored by basketball magazine; and won two Communicator Awards from AIVA In 2019, the Georgetown News-Graphic held the world premiere of “Leader of the Pack,” a documentary on Scott County High School’s own Billy Hicks, Kentucky’s winningest high school basketball coach and one of the nation’s winningest high school basketball coaches. James […]

NNA assured overnight newspapers will be unaffected by new letter carrier rules

Notify NNA if you find examples of delivery delays because of the experiment By Tonda Rush, NNA General Counsel NNA President Matt Adelman, publisher of the Douglas (Wyoming) Budget, has been assured by the USPS Postal Service Chief Operating Officer David E. Williams that the new experiment called Expedited to Street/Afternoon Sortation (ESAS) will not delay service for overnight newspapers.Williams […]

Peter Wagner: Ready for the new norm? Then prepare your newspaper now for those changes

By Peter Wagner, N’West Iowa Review, Newspaper Consultant The future of newspapers lies in the small town. The once six-day-a-week, 16,000 circulation newspaper to the north of me reduced its publication schedule to three days a week a few years ago and to just one day this summer. The newspaper, which was once praised all across the Midwest for its […]