News and MediaOctober 01, 2015
Newspaper Association of America today announced that its board of directors has selected David Chavern, a seasoned public policy and advocacy leader, as its new president and CEO, effective October 14, 2015. Chavern succeeds Caroline H. Little, who led the association for four years and announced her retirement earlier in 2015.
NAA RoundupOctober 02, 2015
The Wall Street Journal and The Times of London are launching a joint partnership for a bundled digital subscription package for businesses. Through the partnership, subscribers will have access to the two business publications, including daily financial, economic and political coverage in the UK and around the world.
Advertising September 30, 2015
Gannett has figured out a way to deliver their version of the best possible advertiser and user experience through Gravity digital ad units. Gravity advertisements give users an I-MAX style viewing experience by taking over the entire computer screen in order to present a cinematic video ad as the focal point.
Industry InsightSeptember 28, 2015
Images & Voices of Hope (ivoh) aims to show how the media can bring about positive change. NAA asked Mallary Jean Tenore, ivoh's executive director, for an update on the nonprofit organization's work. She discussed building momentum around the storytelling genre Restorative Narrative.
Public PolicySeptember 25, 2015
NAA Senior VP/Public Policy Paul Boyle provided oral testimony at the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology hearing on "Broadcast Ownership in the 21st Century": The Newspaper Association of America commends this subcommittee for focusing on issues of broadcast ownership in the 21st Century.
INNOVATIONSeptember 22, 2015
A new digital-media planning platform can help news publishers bring in advertising revenue. RJI and LION Digital Media recently launched LIONshare. The platform allows publishers to put their products and services in front of advertisers and media planners easily and quickly.
AudienceSeptember 18, 2015
If the election merry-go-round makes your head spin, you can rely on your newspaper to help you keep things straight. For decades, newspapers have gathered and analyzed information for voters. As elections and news consumption habits have changed, newspapers' strategies for engaging voters have evolved.