Kynala Phillips, a senior and First Wave scholar at UW-Madison, is one of 20 recipients of a 2019 ProPublica Diversity Scholarship.
Paul Seeling, president of Gateway Publishing, Inc., was elected president of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Board of Directors on Thursday, March 7, at the Madison Concourse Hotel during the group’s 165th Convention & Trade Show.
Phil Hands, nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist for the (Madison) Wisconsin State Journal, recently discussed his work for a piece in the Gateway Journalism Review.
MediaMilwaukee and Marquette Wire were recognized with John Patrick Hunter First Amendment awards on Friday, March 8, at the WNA Convention.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation honored the recipients of 2018 Better Newspaper Awards on March 7-8 at the Madison Concourse Hotel.
Harlan Draeger, a versatile and prolific news reporter who worked for the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Daily News, Kenosha News and Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune died last month at the age of 90.
During a recent Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Central Time” segment, WNA Foundation Board Member Eve Galanter spoke with Judith Siers-Poisson about the meaning of civics, the importance of participating in the political process and why the WNAF decided to launch the Wisconsin Civics Games.
The United States Copyright Office has removed a barrier for community newspapers seeking copyright protection, eliminating a restriction that required newspaper groups to register within a three-month window.
The 2019 WNA Convention room block deadline has been extended until Monday, March 4. Be sure to reserve your room before then to guarantee our reduced $125/night room rate.
MADISON – Nearly 100 students from 25 schools competed today in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation’s Civics Games regional competitions. The teams, each comprising up to four students, faced off head-to-head to answer questions about the state budget, local elections, legislative term limits, quorums and other civics-related issues. Competitions were held at UW-Eau Claire, Barron County,…