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2014 Advertising Planbook now available for NAA members

April 09, 2014

Now, more than ever, advertisers need your help in making good decisions for their business and your staff needs proven effective tools for thriving in the increasingly competitive market. Having now sold a million copies, the NAA Advertising Planbook is a time-proven tool. The 2014 Planbook has been updated with the newest data and updates on the topics that are most relevant to the industry today.

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Audience & Circulation


The News & Observer

Newspaper single copy sales are increasingly a revenue story

April 16, 2014

The average price for single copies have increased since 2009. Find out what is now the most popular single copy price for a daily newspaper and the Sunday edition based on recent Alliance for Audited Media data.

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NAA Blog


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Shifting metrics of newspaper success: An inside view

April 15, 2014

Anybody that works at a newspaper enjoys a local success story about capturing the excitement of a local sports team that wins it all. But the metrics for measuring success have changed.

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Audience & Circulation


seattle super bowl success

Super Bowl success at The News Tribune and The Olympian

April 15, 2014

When the Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl, The News Tribune and The Olympian launched wide-ranging strategies to make the most of the considerable revenue potential.

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NAA Blog


New Digital First Media editor, McClatchy sells Anchorage Daily News

April 11, 2014

NAA Roundup is weekly blog post featuring press releases from NAA members. This week's post includes news from Digital First Media, McClatchy Company and The Tampa Bay Times

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Infographic


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The Evolution of Newspaper Innovation

April 10, 2014

Did you know the average adult uses four different devices or technologies to access news in a given week? In today's media landscape, readers are changing how they access and interact with newspapers.

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Public POlicy


Public Policy

Shield Bill doesn't license the media

April 09, 2014

In recently expressing his opposition to the media “shield bill,” Sen. Cornyn (R-TX) made an outrageous claim. He should know that the bill does not license journalists.

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