The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation has partnered with the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance to present a one-day reporting seminar aimed at helping journalists better navigate local government data and documents.
The WNA Foundation’s end-of-summer tradition returns Thursday, Aug. 24 and Friday, Aug. 25 at Trees For Tomorrow in Eagle River.
A student from Plymouth High School who will begin studying journalism this fall was named the recipient of the 2017 Northeastern Wisconsin Scholastic Press Association/Wisconsin Newspaper Association scholarship.
Three seasoned media executives have been elected to the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Board of Directors after being nominated to fill three vacancies.
The Wisconsin Openness Report has returned as an all-new e-newsletter, highlighting top-notch coverage by WNA members of open meetings and freedom of information issues from around the state.
In an effort to assist members, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association is launching the Targeted Ad Builder program, which will provide members with a fast and affordable option for ad design services.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association has added an advertising sales director to its staff as the association rebrands its for-profit division.
Representatives of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association returned to the Capitol on Tuesday to testify against legislation that would eliminate newspaper publication requirements for local government meeting proceedings.
Representatives from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association on Wednesday testified before the state Assembly Committee on Local Government to oppose a bill that would do-away with the newspaper publication of local government meeting minutes.
John Ingebritsen, publisher of Morris Newspaper Corporation of Wisconsin, Lancaster, was elected Thursday as president of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Board of Directors