• NAA: Limit government overreach through Free Flow of Information Act

      • Jun 03, 2013
    The nation learned in May that the Justice Department secretly obtained the phone records of more than 100 Associated Press reporters and monitored Fox News reporter James Rosen’s personal email and cell phone records, branding him a “possible co-conspirator” in a classified leak case for asking questions to a government source.
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  • Call for Presentations now open for 2014 America East Conference

      • May 24, 2013
    America East, the premiere technology and operations conference for the newspaper industry, is scheduled to take place March 31 –April 2, 2014 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center in Hershey, Pa. America East offers an interactive forum for both vendors and attendees to meet in one convenient and inexpensive location. The AE Advisory Committee is now accepting proposals for presentations and panel sessions.
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  • America East 2013: Another Successful Conference

      • Apr 18, 2013
    600 attendees and 276 exhibiting personnel traveled to the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center for the 2013 America East Technology and Operations Conference from April 8-10. This year’s event proved to be informative and inspiring, with sessions geared toward productivity, discovering new markets and navigating the technology trends of today and tomorrow. America East was also a place for meeting old and new friends, and networking with this year’s 82 exhibiting companies on the exhibit hall floor.
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  • Southern Lithoplate Salutes America East Print Quality Contest Winners

      • Mar 21, 2013
    Southern Lithoplate, Inc. is pleased to announce that three Eastern newspaper partners that utilize SLP’s digital plate solutions have earned industry recognition for print quality. The Villages (Fla.) Daily Sun, The Roanoke (Va.) Times and The Eagle-Tribune (North Andover, Mass.) achieved honors in the America East Print Quality Contest.
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  • From NAA: FCC vote on newspaper/broadcast cross-ownership

      • Jan 24, 2013
    The Federal Communications Commission is just about to vote on whether to relax the only media ownership rule that has not been changed since its 1975 inception – the ban on newspaper/broadcast cross-ownership.
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  • Football Ad Available to PNA Members

      • Jan 24, 2013
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  • Russell Viers to offer technical workshops during America East 2013

      • Jan 24, 2013
    The PNA is pleased to announce two additional value-added workshops to the 2013 America East program lineup. Russell Viers, an Adobe Certified instructor in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator, will offer two three-hour special workshops for anyone wishing to improve the production time and techniques of his/her news organization.
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  • Cheryl Wormley: Reports that we are dying are greatly exaggerated

      • Jan 21, 2013
    Back in 1897, James Ross Clemens was ill. Not-so-careful passing on of information resulted in word that Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name of Mark Twain, was dying in London. When an enterprising reporter decided to check on Twain before publishing his demise, the author responded, “The report of my death was greatly exaggerated.”
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  • Berner wins photograph contests for 2013 PNA publications

      • Jan 10, 2013
    The PNA is proud to announce that R. Thomas Berner submitted the winning photographs for the 2013 Member Directory and the 2013 Calendar contests. The PNA received 45 photo entries for its 2013 cover; all submissions reflect life in the Keystone State.
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  • Ken Doctor to open at 2013 America East conference

      • Dec 19, 2012
    Ken Doctor has been announced as the keynote speaker for the 2013 America East Technology and Operations Conference, April 8-10 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
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  • Rumble introduces free pilot app to PNA members, Headlines & Deadlines app

      • Dec 06, 2012
    Mobile platform company Rumble and the PNA are pleased to announce the launch of the “Ready to Rumble” initiative. The Rumble News platform provides newspapers of all sizes with a custom, newspaper-branded app design, equipped with full data analytics and the potential for monetization integration.
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  • Newspaper readers are turning to tablets

      • Nov 21, 2012
    Tablets are redefining the way people consume news and information, according to Mark Donovan, comScore SVP of mobile. A study released by Pew Research in October found that 22% of U.S. adults now own a tablet device, twice as many as a year earlier, and 23% of those who don't have a tablet, plan to get one in the next six months.
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  • Community rallies behind York Daily Record reporter fighting cancer

      • Nov 06, 2012
    Since 1991, York Daily Record/Sunday News sports reporter Steve Navaroli has covered York County’s swim meets. He is a friendly face on the pool deck; Navaroli is well-known among nearly two generations of York County swimmers.
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  • Important message on Hurricane Sandy coverage

      • Oct 29, 2012
    As the storm worsens, many communities have instituted curfews, and some roads have been closed. We have gotten a number of questions about newsgathering and newspaper delivery during the storm.
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  • Sandra C. Hardy recognized with Lifetime Achievement Award

      • Oct 23, 2012
    The Pennsylvania Newspaper Association (PNA) is proud to present Sandra C. Hardy with the 2012 PNA Lifetime Achievement Award.
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  • Anderson, Ganim and The Patriot-News earn Benjamin Franklin Award for Excellence

      • Oct 23, 2012
    The 2012 Pennsylvania Newspaper Association (PNA) Benjamin Franklin Award for Excellence has been awarded to William “Bill” Anderson, publisher of Mainline Newspapers, as well as Sara Ganim and The Patriot-News staff.
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  • Pennsylvania Office of Open Records holds annual training on Right to Know Law

      • Oct 04, 2012
    The Pennsylvania Office of Open Records will conduct its annual training on the Right-to-Know Law and Sunshine Law.
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  • The Mercury (Pottstown) engages with the Community Media Lab

      • Sep 28, 2012
    Last year, Digital First Media challenged its newspapers to submit creative and community-focused ideas for their newsrooms. The Mercury in Pottstown generated a proposal for a public space where the Pottstown community could gather for meetings and events, have access to computers and peruse newspapers’ archives, among other activities. In May 2012, The Mercury staff learned that their project was one of ten community newsroom projects across the country selected for funding through Digital First Media. A month later, on June 20, The Mercury in Pottstown opened the doors to its Community Media Lab.
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  • Questions for statewide or legislative candidates

      • Sep 27, 2012
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  • Commonwealth Court issues positive RTKL decision

      • Sep 20, 2012
    The Commonwealth Court has held that providing access to information stored in databases is not “creating a record” for purposes of section 705 of the RTKL and also ordered the production of addresses.
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