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.
Recipients of 2018 Newspaper of the Year Awards were Publisher Sidney “Skip” Bliss and The Gazette, Janesville, (Daily Division) and Publisher Gregg Walker and The Lakeland Times, Minocqua (Weekly Division).
After careful consideration of the forecast, the Wisconsin Civics Games state finals has been postponed due to winter weather expected across the state.
School DataTool, a new online resource from the Wisconsin Policy Forum, offers a new way to compare statewide educational data.
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.
A coalition of 40 news organizations submitted comments this week to the U.S. Department of the Interior opposing changes to the Freedom of Information Act.