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Into the Issues June 2017

The debate over changes to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is especially significant to rural areas, and The Rural Blog has several stories that can help inform your local coverage.

NNA 2017 newspaper contest winners announced

Announcing winners of the National Newspaper Association 2017 Better Newspaper Contest

Into the Issues May 2017

Distinguishing ourselves and building confidence and trust in a world of fake news and alternative facts By Al Cross […]

Slimp: What to believe about the state of newspapers

When I read, as we all do, that newspapers are dying, it doesn’t slow me down, because I know the truth.

Henninger: 60 inches? No visual? Unacceptable

What would readers do with a story that’s 60 inches long sans visuals? And, what would the editor do about it?

Register Now for our Drone Journalism Workshop!

Interested in using a drone at your newspaper? This workshop is for you! Learn about licensing, legal and ethical issues and much more!

Ad-libs: The power of repetition. The power of repetition. The power of…

Did you learn the multiplication tables by going through them one time? What about the alphabet?

Digital Dialogue: Digital Analytics and Data Analysis

Check out the first installment of MNA’s new monthly tech column! Phil Seibel chats about digital analytics and data analysis.

Pumarlo: Hold editorials to highest standard

What’s the first word you associate with editorials?

Kevin Slimp takes a look at favorite apps for journalists

I quickly learned editors, designers, photographers, ad reps and other folks at newspapers have definite favorites to help with their daily tasks.