Newspaper Industry's Global Conference
“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.”
NAA RoundupApril 24, 2015
Gannett is calling its new broadcasting and digital company Tegna. Tegna includes letters from the name Gannett. It will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol TGNA.
AdvertisingApril 24, 2015
NAA turned to T Brand Studio, a unit in the advertising department of The New York Times, for insights into native advertising. The custom content studio creates a wide range of native ads that appear in The Times.
Industry InsightApril 21, 2015
Knight Stivender, general manager of 12th & Broad, is Gannett's Innovator of the Year. NAA caught up with her to learn more about 12th & Broad, which engages Nashville's young creative community to produce events and stories.
CirculationApril 17, 2015
The decision by AAM's Board of Directors to adopt a new three-pronged approach to reporting U.S. newspaper circulation, readership and digital audience data affects all AAM and CAC newspapers.
CEO UpdateApril 14, 2015
President Obama has routinely promised greater transparency within the federal government. Now, Congress is making strides towards achieving this critical goal.
NAA BlogApril 09, 2015
The Georgia newspaper found a fresh and fun way to engage the community with its advertising and consumer-revenue programs. Stirring conversations, the Coffee Club is drawing valuable feedback.