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Newspaper Industry's Global Conference

World News Media Conference is Coming to Washington, D.C. in June

“On behalf of the Newspaper Association of America, I am thrilled to welcome the World Newspaper Congress to Washington, D.C.,” says Caroline Little, NAA President and CEO of the Newspaper Association of America. “We look forward to showcasing how the U.S. newspaper industry has transformed by innovating its print, digital and mobile offerings.”

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NAA Roundup

Newspaper stack

New York Times, Financial Times unveil program for hotels

May 22, 2015

A program from The New York Times and Financial Times is taking off. The new program enables U.S. hotels to offer guests unlimited access to NYTimes.com and FT.com on devices connected to the hotels' networks.

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New Revenue

How the Texas Tribune’s business model evolves

May 20, 2015

The Texas Tribune began adopting business strategies over five years ago that helped the organization thrive. Now, their business model has media insiders wondering how they have managed to remain sustainable.

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Newspaper Readers

How CharlotteFive attracts millennial readers

May 19, 2015

The Charlotte Observer is finding success with its CharlotteFive, a digital product that appeals to millennials. The website and email newsletter share the city's top five news and entertainment stories each weekday morning.

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Industry Insight

Greg Barber

Five Answers with Greg Barber, The Coral Project

May 18, 2015

In a Q&A, Greg Barber dives into details about The Coral Project, which aims to improve communities on news sites. He chats about the collaborative effort's open-source software, best practices for interactive strategies, and more.

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Digital media

Mobile Users

What mobile and social media trends mean for newspapers

May 14, 2015

Recent studies shed light on two trends that highlight a need for communication between journalists and software designers. News organizations can look to the liminal (in-between) press for insights.

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Postal Affairs


USPS Responds to NAA's Concerns and Walks Back Steep Rate Increase

May 12, 2015

On May 7, the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) approved the U.S. Postal Service's proposed rate increases for Standard Mail and Periodicals. The new rates take effect on May 31.

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