VNA on legal issues, new communication technology next weekVirginia Tech Professor W. Wat Hopkins will lead a Virginia Newspaper Academy next week on legal issues facing journalists that arise from new communication technologies. (News / Training)
VNA on digital, print ads rescheduled for May 2014A Virginia Newspaper Academy originally scheduled for Thursday has been rescheduled for May. Adam Cook's workshop "What Makes An Effective Digital or Print Ad" will now be held on May 8, 2014.
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NAA Policy Update: Advertising still a target in House tax reform billAccording to a policy update from the Newspaper Association of America, the business deduction for advertising is currently at sick in the House of Representatives.
Deadline to register for AP Day at the Capitol is Nov. 29Journalists can hear from the governor-elect and also question experts about the Affordable Care Act and other health care issues at this year's Virginia AP Day at the Capitol, scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 4, at…
June 4: 2014: Sales Training for the World of Digital MediaPlan ahead. Virginia Newspaper Academy will offer a free workshop on Sales Training for the World of Digital Media.
Allan Barmak leads The Barmak Group, a sales consulting and training firm which leverages 20 years…
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National Newspaper Association Continues Fight Against Unfair Postal Rate IncreasesThe National Newspaper Association, America's alliance of community weekly and daily newspapers, this week continues a multi-front attack against unfair postage rate increases with litigation at the Postal Regulatory Commission and strong grassroots work on Capitol Hill.
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May 1, 2014: Advertising Roundtable
Virginia Press Association and Southern Newspaper Publishers Association will join forces for an Advertising Roundtable on May 1, 2014. This session designed for ad manager and directors, will be moderated by Cindy Morgan, publisher of The Progress-Index in Petersburg.