Twenty-three historic newspapers from Ashland, Baraboo, Edgerton, Hurley, La Crosse, Ladysmith, Madison, Milwaukee, Viroqua, Wabeno, Washburn, Wausau and Wauwatosa will be added to the Library of Congress database Chronicling America, the Wisconsin Historical Society has announced. Wisconsin joined the National Digital Newspaper Program in 2015 and has already contributed over 110,000 pages of local historic newspapers to…
The WNA’s annual Trees Retreat returns Aug. 16-17 to Eagle River, Wis. The retreat — one of the association’s longest standing traditions — includes two days of educational and networking opportunities. Check back for additional programming and registration details in early June, and R.S.V.P. to the Facebook event to receive updates. Lodging A block of rooms is available at…
The WNA has joined a coalition of associations and companies fighting potential newsprint tariffs that threaten more than 600,000 jobs across the country. The STOPP Coalition joined together to fight the proposed government tariffs initiated by the North Pacific Paper Co. (NORPAC), a small Washington State mill with no other pulp or paper operations in…
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation is accepting applications from students and member newspapers for consideration to participate in the 2018 WNAF Internship Program.
The Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation on Friday presented awards to winners of the 2017 Better Newspaper Contest at the Sheraton Madison Hotel during the organization’s annual convention.
Five rising stars working in the Wisconsin newspaper industry have been named “Future Headliners” by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation.
WNA members will have the opportunity to meet and interview aspiring young professionals on April 13 during the 2018 WNA Convention and Trade Show
The countdown is on for the WNA’s largest annual event! Online registration is open for the 2018 WNA Convention & Trade Show, which will be held April 12-13 at the Sheraton Madison Hotel near downtown Madison.
A bill that will make free distribution newspapers eligible to publish public notices in municipalities that do not have a paid distribution newspaper was approved Feb. 20 by the state Assembly.
The WNA Foundation is accepting nominations for the “Future Headliners” program, which will honor up to five young leaders who represent the best of our up-and-coming industry professionals.