Notification of bylaws changes

The Nominations and Governance Committee of America’s Newspapers is recommending minor changes to the bylaws.
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Satya Nadella, the chief executive of Microsoft, is the government’s biggest-name witness in its landmark antitrust case against Google.
The police chief who led an August raid on a small weekly newspaper in central Kansas resigned Monday, just days after he was suspended from his post and following the release of body camera video of the raid showing an officer searching the desk of a reporter investigating the chief’s past.
Josh Kruger, 39, previously worked for the city and wrote about issues affecting some of Philly’s most vulnerable residents for outlets including The Inquirer.
The entry period for the 2024 prize is now open until Jan. 31, 2024. The 2024 prize is awarded for investigative work conducted in 2023.
The multiplatform creative campaign, produced by Philly-based firm Red Tettemer O'Connell + Partners, will blanket the region and reposition the 194-year-old icon.
Scott and Jeanne Olson have sold the Polk County Itemizer-Observer in Dallas, Oregon to Country Media, Inc.
Gannett Co., Inc. and the USA TODAY Network have announced a multi-year agreement to become the official media partner of Jackpocket. As the exclusive digital lottery courier of the USA TODAY Network, Jackpocket will reach a broad audience across the country and provide a fun and convenient way for the USA TODAY Network audience to order lottery tickets — right from their phones.
It’s not all doom and gloom for local newspapers, especially in Charleston, S.C. The Post and Courier, one of America’s oldest papers, is growing its newsroom, boosting investigative journalism and planning to keep on printing seven days a week.
The police chief who led a highly criticized raid of a small Kansas newspaper has been suspended, the mayor confirmed to The Associated Press on Saturday.
The Latino Donor Collaborative (LDC), a nonprofit organization and think tank dedicated to producing research that highlights economic opportunities for growth, has unveiled the first annual edition of the 2023 LDC-NAHJ U.S. Latinos in Journalism Report, available for download.
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether state laws that seek to regulate Facebook, TikTok, X and other social media platforms violate the Constitution.
All newspapers are encouraged to reprint Dean Ridings' editorial during National Newspaper Week: Oct. 1-7, 2023.
“We must all increase our efforts to optimize media investments that enhance brand image and minimize brand safety and misinformation concerns. Moving ad dollars from MFA sites to quality news journalism platforms is one way to achieve that.” — Bob Liodice, CEO of the Association of National Advertisers
USA TODAY parent is sifting through nearly 1,000 applications for reporting jobs covering the singers. Responses have come from Emmy-award-winning journalists, TikTok influencers and a reporter working at the White House.
Learn the warning signs of when you and your colleagues are at the end of your tether and how to set healthy boundaries between home and work life.
On Sept. 30, FOIAonline will stop accepting new FOIA registrations and requests and begin the process of shutting down.
Here’s an idea to steal and adapt: A mobile newsroom offers authentic and organic opportunities to connect with historically underrepresented communities and report on them in ways we never have before.
The American Press Institute awarded two $25,000 grants to The Keene Sentinel and the National Trust for Local News to support experimentation and progress around the print transition with the goal of keeping customers and revenues.