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ABOUT THE AMERICAN PRESS INSTITUTE
The American Press Institute was founded in 1946 to help journalists fulfill the mission of the First Amendment – to sustain a free press in the public interest. That mission continues in the digital age. The Press Institute conducts research, training, convenes thought leaders and creates tools to help chart a path ahead for journalism in the 21st century.
The Institute initially was located at Columbia University’s Journalism School before moving in 1974 to Reston, Va. In early 2012, the Institute merged with the NAA Foundation of the Newspaper Association of America. The NAA Foundation was established in 1963.
Visit the American Press Institute website for more information.