WNA communications director James Deblizen announces his departure from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation is accepting applications from students and member newspapers for consideration to participate in the 2018 WNAF Internship Program.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation on Friday presented awards to winners of the 2017 Better Newspaper Contest at the Sheraton Madison Hotel during the organization’s annual convention.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 WNA Foundation Better Newspaper Contest! Let your readers know that they’re reading an award-winning newspaper with the contest winner logo.
The technique breaks a complicated topic down into smaller, more manageable ideas or issues; each smaller topic becomes its own mini story.
Taxpayers pay for the expertise of government scientists and the data they collect and generate. While some discretion may be warranted in how it is released, this information should be accessible to the public. No gag order, stonewall, or muzzle should prevent that.
Five rising stars working in the Wisconsin newspaper industry have been named “Future Headliners” by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation.
Raquel Rutledge, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, has been named the 2018 recipient of the Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award. The award recognizes an individual’s extraordinary contributions to open government or investigative journalism in Wisconsin and is a highlight of the eighth annual Wisconsin Watchdog Awards reception and dinner, set for…
Celebrate your newspaper staff’s accomplishments and congratulate your colleagues in this year’s Better Newspaper Contest results tab.
Selling and sailing have a lot in common. Consider the jibe.