Campaigns from Around the industry

Campaign launched to help save local journalism
Newspapers are encouraged to promote this campaign to their readers

Today you are asked to consider joining the effort to Protect Our Press, an initiative to reinvest in local professional journalism. It involves a simple pledge offering everyone the opportunity to make a difference.

Nashville artists, authors, athletes speak up for First Amendment: 1 for All awareness effort
Includes musicians Kane Brown, Loretta Lynn, Rosanne Cash, Jason Isbell, Brad Paisley and Darius Rucker; Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton; bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize finalist Ann Patchett; others

Nashville's taking center stage in a new ad campaign that focuses on the critical need nationwide for Americans to know, and practice, their First Amendment rights to free speech, a free press, peaceable assembly, religion and petitioning the government.

New Pass It On® public service campaign available to newspapers

In every crisis there are heroes that rise to the challenge. A new campaign from The Foundation for a Better Life is designed to express appreciation for those who have valiantly stepped up during the COVID-19 crisis and to bring optimism and hope to local communities.

National campaign encourages all Americans to reflect on the valuable role a free press plays
By Ken Paulson, director, The Free Speech Center

The Free Speech Center at Middle Tennessee State University has developed a national campaign featuring a diverse group of Americans and this message about journalism. These ads have been configured for print and online, in multiple sizes and are available for immediate download.