After evaluating our inaugural competitions and surveying the participants, the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation is excited to announce the dates for Year 2 of the Wisconsin Civics Games!
Plans for a new Wisconsin Historical Society museum include a prominent interactive display featuring the state’s newspapers.
Tom Schultz, managing editor of the Watertown Daily Times for 45 years and a full-time member of the newspaper’s staff for nearly 53 years, has announced his upcoming retirement.
The WNA Foundation will honor 12 industry leaders during this year’s Memorial Pylon ceremony at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, June 7, in Eagle River, Wis.
Platteville High School students Spencer Olds, Alex Sonsalla, Jacob Sherer and Liam Reinicke are the champions of the inaugural Wisconsin Civics Games.
Sotomayor commends students for their “impressive level of knowledge of their government, their rights, and their duties as members of a democracy.”
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act would allow news publishers to collectively negotiate for a better deal with tech platforms to sustain high-quality journalism.
Check out all the winning stories, photos, designs, ads and multimedia projects from the 2018 WNAF Better Newspaper Contest.
Congratulations to winners of the 2018 WNA Better Newspaper Contest! Let your readers know they’re reading an award-winning newspaper with these logos.
Two student media outlets — UW-Milwaukee’s MediaMilwaukee and Marquette University’s Marquette Wire — were recognized with John Patrick Hunter First Amendment awards on Friday, March 8, at the WNA Convention & Trade Show.