Marlon WhiteEagle, former editor of the Hocak Worak, hopes to increase access to information and transparency within the tribal government.
Days before the first anniversary of the Capital Gazette shooting, legislation to establish a memorial for journalists has been introduced.
The FCC is visiting Wisconsin communities this week to meet with community leaders and groups about robocalls, spoofing and other scam alerts.
If your content isn’t being picked up by the search engine’s crawlers, there are still steps you can take to get your website to show up in Google News.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association is accepting nominations for induction into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame through Sunday, Aug. 18.
Directors of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association (SNPA) and the Inland Press Association on Wednesday unanimously approved a plan to consolidate the two associations, effective October 1.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation inducted 12 industry leaders during today’s WNA Memorial Pylon ceremony in Eagle River, Wis.
Steve Lyles, who spent 24 years at Journal Community Publishing Group, died Tuesday, May 28, after he collapsed at work following a workout.
The National Newspaper Association this week objected to a proposed 50% increase in exempt employee salaries under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and recommended instead a phased-in schedule for small businesses.
Wisconsin is celebrating the 100th anniversary of ratifying the 19th Amendment. Did you know many women who paved the way in that fight were journalists?