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Weekly Briefing

WNA’s weekly newsletter provides insights, resources and news for people interested in the Wisconsin newspaper industry.

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See past issues of the WNA Weekly Briefing.

11/01/2018 – WNA, others file motion in Racine public records case • Wisconsin FOIC celebrates 40 years
10/25/2018 – 2019 Convention dates announced • DOJ seeks injunction • ITC releases formal tariffs decision
10/18/2018 – Candidate survey results released • Contest deadline extended • Body cam bill considered
10/11/2018 – Police body camera draft bill • 2018 Hall of Fame inductees • Contest deadline approaching
10/04/2018 – Johnson becomes president of NNA • Civics Games • National Newspaper Week • Weidner update
09/27/2018 – WNA advocates to open court hearing • Solutions Journalism Network seeks grant proposals
09/20/2018 – “Right To Be Forgotten” Policies • History Experts Database • Lifelong Learning
09/13/2018 – Copyright protection for publishers • New WNA Contest categories • Insights from Ukraine
09/06/2018 – What To Expect After Tariff Reversal • Statements Of Ownership • New Free Member Content Column
08/30/2018 – ITC Reverses Newsprint Tariffs • WNA To Sponsor National Newspaper Week • SPJ, Google Trainings
08/23/2018 – WNA Seeking Hall Of Fame Nominations • Packers needed newspaper to survive • Trust in local media is up
08/16/2018 – Newspaper leaders honored • Trees Retreat highlights • Washington Island Observer reports record revenues
08/09/2018 – Newsprint tariffs • Trees Retreat deadline • Public records copying fees
08/02/2018 – Newsprint tariffs reduced • WNA announces staff changes
07/26/2018 – Student runs hometown paper • Pylon numbers adjusted • Body cam study committee meets
07/19/2018 – Lawmakers, Wisconsin publisher oppose newsprint tariffs • Police body cam committee to meet
07/05/2018 – Global moment of silence •  Memorial Pylon ceremony to honor 13 • Johnson to testify at newsprint tariff hearing
06/28/2018 – Teamsters oppose newsprint tariffs • Supreme Court considering record limits
06/21/2018 – Censored grad speech reaches nation with help from newspaper • Appeals court affirms release of UW-Oshkosh professor records
06/14/2018 – 4 Wisconsin newspapers welcome interns • Urge Baldwin, Johnson to sign newsprint tariff letter
06/07/2018 – Pew releases 2018 State of the Media fact sheets • Friedman to serve on police body cam committee
05/31/2018 – Library of Congress database to add more historic WI newspapers • AP Stylebook updates • Tips for an effective sales presentation
05/24/2018 – Tariffs force Wisconsin publishers to reduce page counts, staff • Newspapers, schools to partner for Civics Games
05/17/2018 – Bill would suspend newsprint tariffs • ‘Behind the Headlines’ to focus on trauma-informed care • Sign up to judge WNPA contest
05/10/2018 – How an Iowa paper boosted profits with an escape room • Columbia College Chicago to offer Civic Media degree
05/03/2018 – WNA joins STOPP Coalition • Trees Retreat set for Aug. 16-17 • Study examines UW records lawsuits
04/26/2018 – How to create a “stop-doing” list • Advice from a Pulitzer-winning team member • Internship, plaque deadlines
04/19/2018 – 2018 WNA Convention • WNAF internship applicants, hosts sought • WNA staff member says goodbye
04/05/2018 – Registration deadline for the WNA Convention is Friday
03/29/2018 – Convention hotel deadline extended • WNA Foundation names five ‘Future Headliners’
03/22/2018 – WNA Convention hotel deadline • Casino Night is back
03/15/2018 – WNA Convention speaker lineup & schedule
03/08/2018 – WNA Convention & Trade Show registration opens Friday, March 9
03/01/2018 – We need YOU to attend lobby day in D.C. 
02/22/2018 – Last chance to nominate a Future Headliner • Assembly Bill 731 update
02/15/2018 – Code ballot inserts • Online court record changes • MPI management seminar
02/08/2018 – We want your photos for the cover of the next WNA directory
02/01/2018 – WNA testifies on police body camera bill • Nominate a Future Headliner
01/25/2018 – Assembly bill would address public notices & free distribution newspapers
01/18/2018 – If you want to be a Badger, just come along with the WNA …
01/11/2018 – What will new tariffs do to the price of newsprint?
01/04/2018 – WNA members speak out against AB70 • Newspaper Institute’s 2018 industry survey

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2017 • 2016 • 2015

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