After months of hard work by the editorial teams in Madison, La Crosse, Racine and Green Bay, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association is excited to announce today’s launch of our statewide Homelessness in Wisconsin project.
2019 Better Newspaper Contest
Newspaper Hall of Fame Banquet
Wisconsin Civics Games
Following months of work with the Polco team, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association is ready to launch its first two polling questions for WNA members.
Three distinguished industry leaders will be inducted into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame on Thursday, Nov. 14, in Madison.
The deadlines for the 2019 Better Newspaper Contest have been extended.
Amber Levenhagen was honored during the annual National Alliance on Mental Illness’ festivities and walk earlier this month.
Jason Schulte will serve as editor, while Tracy Webb is the Baldwin Bulletin’s newest multimedia sales consultant.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association has been working on behalf of Wisconsin newspapers since 1853 by providing advocacy, resources and education. Our mission is to strengthen the newspaper industry, enhance public understanding of the role of newspapers, and protect basic freedoms of press, speech and the free flow of information.
The WNA Foundation is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3)non-profit corporation formed in 1980 by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association. The WNAF supports programs that foster excellence in journalism, engage current and future newspaper leaders and invest in our communities.
Whether you’re looking for a new job or are hoping to fill a position, the WNA Careers Page is a great resource. Job openings are posted as a free service to member newspapers. Job seekers are also encouraged to post their resumes for potential employers.