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For Sale

4 Muller Martini 227 inserters available. 2 – 8/1 and 2 – 12/1 with electronic drives. Inserters equipped […]

Newspapers excel at keeping pulse on your communities

By Jim Pumarlo My days of sitting behind an editor’s desk have passed, but I’ll never lose my […]

How to handle superlatives

By John Foust Newscaster Edward R. Murrow once said, “To be persuasive, we must be believable. To be […]

Into the Issues

By Al Cross A new maxim – or is it a mandate? – of the newspaper business is […]

Who do you support on the election ballot?

By Jim Pumarlo Election season is in its final stretch, and newspapers have been there at every step. […]

Tell the stories behind the statistics

By Jim Pumarlo Everyday news reports are filled with statistics as COVID-19 continues to dominate headlines. The number […]

Ten ways to mess up an online presentation

By John Foust These days, ad professionals are conducting more digital presentations than ever before. While there are […]

2020 Political Candidate Questionnaire

As a service to its members, MNA distributes election questionnaires to candidates running for statewide office. Below, you […]

A community with no local newspaper? That’s bad news

Dean Ridings CEO, America’s Newspapers What would my town be without a newspaper? If you haven’t asked yourself […]

Read any good catalogues lately?

By John Foust Over the years, I’ve heard ad professionals talk about the outstanding copywriting that can be […]