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  • WNAF seeking sponsors, congratulatory ads for Hall of Fame Banquet - Each year, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation honors visionaries and innovators in the newspaper industry. This year's Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame Banquet & Fundraiser will be Nov. 16 at The Madison Club. This year's inductees are former Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Editor Martin "Marty" Kaiser and Watertown Daily Times Managing Editor Tom Schultz. Event proceeds will benefit the ...
  • What’s new on the WNA’s new website? - The WNA launched its new website yesterday, bringing a much-needed upgrade to www.wnanews.com. There are a few more pages we're working to finish up, but overall, the website is ready for visitors and we're excited to show off its many new and improved features. Here's a quick rundown of what's new: Easy Navigation We’ve created quick-access buttons ...
  • 2017 Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame Banquet & Fundraiser to honor Kaiser, Schultz - MADISON – The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation will induct former Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Editor Marty Kaiser and Watertown Daily Times Editor Tom Schultz into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame on Thursday, Nov. 16 in Madison. The event is open to the public and relatives, friends and co-workers of the inductees are encouraged to attend. The 2017 ...
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WNA: Created by and for the Newspaper industry

WNA exists to strengthen the newspaper industry, enhance public understanding of the role of newspapers, and protect basic freedoms of press, speech and free flow of information. WNA is the single point-of-contact for working with newspapers in Wisconsin.

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About the WNA Foundation

The WNA Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports programs that foster excellence in journalism, engage current and former newspaper leaders and invest in our communities. The Foundation solicits, manages and disburses funds and other resources for the benefit of Wisconsin’s newspaper industry.

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Whether your just starting out or you’re looking for a new challenge, WNA is a great job searching resource. The WNA regularly posts new job openings for members newspapers free of charge. Job seekers are also welcome to post their resumes for consideration by employers.

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