America's Newspapers thanks Congressional leaders for their support of local journalism

By a vote of 220-213, the House approved the Build Back Better Act this morning, which includes a five-year credit for local newspapers to employ and adequately compensate journalists. In its current form, this would provide up to $25,000 in credits in year one for newsroom employees, and up to $15,000 in years two through five. READ MORE

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LJSA tax credits would be a game changer for community newspapers

The Local Journalism Sustainability Act carries the opportunity to significantly impact even the smallest communities across the United States. Three industry executives — Michael Gebhart, Matt McMillan and Leonard Woolsey — shared their thoughts this week with America’s Newspapers about the industry’s need for the temporary tax credit that the LJSA would offer. 

Inland Press Foundation increases support to America’s Newspapers

The Inland Press Foundation has approved an increase in funding to America’s Newspapers to help sustain the association’s advertising research.

27 newspapers are welcomed into membership

America's Newspapers is honored to welcome the Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News-Miner and 26 newspapers published by CherryRoad Media into membership.

Mega-Conference returns in 2022 to Orlando, Florida

The News Industry Mega-Conference, the news media industry’s largest event, returns with an in-person meeting April 10-12, 2022.  The conference will be held in Orlando, Florida, at the JW Marriott Bonnet Creek Resort, one of the newest resorts in the Walt Disney World area.
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