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The New York Press Association (NYPA) was founded September 8, 1853 to help publishers of small newspapers meet the needs of their communities more effectively by providing better information for their readers. Publishers are introducing new technologies to deliver the intensely local brand of community journalism that is their special strength – in print and over multiple digital platforms. For m

The New York Press Association (NYPA) was founded September 8, 1853 to help publishers of small newspapers meet the needs of their communities more effectively by providing better information for their readers. Publishers are introducing new technologies to deliver the intensely local brand of community journalism that is their special strength – in print and over multiple digital platforms. For m

Operating as usual

"There are still channels where print not only makes sense, but can engage audiences more effectively due to its secure ...
03/15/2017
Five Predictions For The Future Of Print Advertising

"There are still channels where print not only makes sense, but can engage audiences more effectively due to its secure and intimate nature. And don't underestimate the power of combining digital and print media."

With the swift rise of digital advertising, what does the future hold for print ads?

03/10/2017

For all of you weekend shoppers, look for sales and deals in a community newspaper!

Consumers are continuing to turn to print and digital newspapers when looking for sales and deals at retail.

In fact, a new report, the 2016 Brand Impact Study, conducted by AMG/Parade, shows that newspaper advertising is the most relied upon advertising platform when consumers shop for retail sales and deals.

Will the newspaper industry capitalize on the changing world of media? Well it sure looks like they're starting to!
02/15/2017
Newspapers Have High Level of Trust, but Will They Capitalize on It?

Will the newspaper industry capitalize on the changing world of media? Well it sure looks like they're starting to!

The key will be not how Facebook shares its revenues or tinkers with its news-feed algorithm. How successful newspapers are in achieving sustainability will depend on the richness of the connections they build with their audiences.

Do you want to know what news platform people trust the most? Well, look right here!
02/13/2017

Do you want to know what news platform people trust the most? Well, look right here!

"As convenient as a smartphone may be when you want to sneak a nibble of news or gather a few sports scores and the weat...
02/08/2017
Print Still Refuses to Surrender

"As convenient as a smartphone may be when you want to sneak a nibble of news or gather a few sports scores and the weather report on the fly, for a genuine reading experience, nothing yet beats ink on paper."

The readers have spoken: You can pry their newspapers from their cold, dead hands.

Happy Holidays from everyone at New York Press
12/23/2016

Happy Holidays from everyone at New York Press

Happy Eighth Birthday to our "Office Cat" Mr. Edward "Ed" Service!
10/27/2016

Happy Eighth Birthday to our "Office Cat" Mr. Edward "Ed" Service!

This week is National Newspapers Week! Go out and buy your community newspaper and see what is inside!
10/04/2016

This week is National Newspapers Week! Go out and buy your community newspaper and see what is inside!

Do you want the best source for all of your local news and advertising? Just visit your local newspapers website!!
08/31/2016
Newspapers Still Tops For Local News

Do you want the best source for all of your local news and advertising? Just visit your local newspapers website!!

Local newspapers are still the top source of news about readers' communities, including their branded Web sites and social media channels.

Want to know where the best place to find reliable community news and advertisements? Your local newspaper connects you ...
08/18/2016
New Study Affirms Local Newspaper Media is the Community Connection

Want to know where the best place to find reliable community news and advertisements? Your local newspaper connects you to your community!

Here's a sneak peak of the AMG/Parade 2016 Local Knowledge Study being released shortly which reveals the power that local newspaper media still carries across communities nationwide.

Some light Monday reading. Advertising in #Newspapers can TRIPLE your campaign effectiveness. #advertising
08/15/2016
Study reveals advertising with newspapers triples ad campaign effectiveness | Advertising | The Drum

Some light Monday reading. Advertising in #Newspapers can TRIPLE your campaign effectiveness. #advertising

Advertisers who are cutting back on newspaper advertising are missing a beat. This is the message of a new study, conducted by effectiveness consultancy Benchmarketing for Newsworks, which claims that advertising with newspapers increases overall revenue return on investment by three times.

Our August issue of NewsBeat features the NYPA Fall Publishers' and Editors' Conference that starts on Friday, September...
08/10/2016

Our August issue of NewsBeat features the NYPA Fall Publishers' and Editors' Conference that starts on Friday, September 16th in Boston!

One of the largest brands in the world is scaling back targeted, smaller demographic Facebook ads in order to reach a wi...
08/10/2016
P&G to Scale Back Targeted Facebook Ads

One of the largest brands in the world is scaling back targeted, smaller demographic Facebook ads in order to reach a wider range of people in both digital and print.

Procter & Gamble, the biggest advertising spender in the world, will move away from advertising on Facebook that targets specific consumers after deciding the practice has limited effectiveness.

04/14/2016
NYPA Spring Convention Hits it Out of the Ballpark

NYPA Spring Convention Hits it Out of the Ballpark

Congratulations to the Sag Harbor Express for winning Newspaper of the Year! The slide show of winners by meal can be found on the Better Newspaper Contest

All winners of the NYPA Better Newspaper Contest are listed on our website here. Congratulations to all! #NYPA2016
04/11/2016
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All winners of the NYPA Better Newspaper Contest are listed on our website here. Congratulations to all! #NYPA2016

04/08/2016

DAY ONE!! How is your day going so far at #NYPA2016?

Clifton Park Rental Center is all set up! Vendors are starting to arrive and we are ready for 400 attendees to arrive to...
04/07/2016

Clifton Park Rental Center is all set up! Vendors are starting to arrive and we are ready for 400 attendees to arrive to kick off Day 1 of #NYPA2016!

03/24/2016
NewsBeat - March 2016

EXTRA! EXTRA! NewsBeat e-edition - March 2016

NewsBeat PA NY Published by the New York Press Association on behalf of New York's Community Newspapers March 2016 NYPA's Spring Training — A major league tradition! and Trade Show Convention PA Join us in Saratoga Springs April 8th and 9th for a performance-enhancing schedule of workshops, roundtab…

Please help NYPA's effort to fund the 2016 summer internship program and our future in journalism. Thank you! https://go...
03/16/2016
Click here to support NYPA Foundation Summer Internships by Meg Pennisi

Please help NYPA's effort to fund the 2016 summer internship program and our future in journalism. Thank you! https://goo.gl/SUDBDv

Launched in 1996, the New York Press Association Foundation’s paid summer internship program invests in the future by offering paid summer internships to outstanding college students pursuing a career in journalism. Over the past 20 years the Foundation has awarded 210 internships and more than...

Hotels are booking up! Room cut-off date is March 18th!
03/09/2016
2016 Spring Convention & Trade Show

Hotels are booking up! Room cut-off date is March 18th!

When: Friday, April 08, 2016 - Saturday, April 09, 2016 . Where: The Gideon Putnam Resort, 24 Gideon Putnam Rd Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 United States. Rich Hotaling or Jill Van Dusen Phone: 518.464.6483

#newspapersthrive
02/05/2016

#newspapersthrive

Share the news: Be smart. Read newspapers. #newspapersthrive

2016 BIG GAME AD FOR NEWSPAPERS. Download HERE to print in your paper! http://goo.gl/AXaRBl Full Page Filename: biggamef...
01/13/2016

2016 BIG GAME AD FOR NEWSPAPERS. Download HERE to print in your paper! http://goo.gl/AXaRBl

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Order Number: 123456

Call NYPA with any questions: 518-464-6483

#newspapersthrive
01/07/2016

#newspapersthrive

#newspapersthrive

Only one more week to enter! https://goo.gl/NjOoOj
01/05/2016
NYPA BNC 2015

Only one more week to enter! https://goo.gl/NjOoOj

Entries must be received and uploaded no later than January 12th. Entries from newspapers that are part of a group or chain will be entered in the circulation division of the newspaper with the HIGHEST circulation in that group UNLESS an entry in a specific contest category actually ran common in mu…

WELCOME TO THE BETTER NEWSPAPER CONTEST ONLINE SUBMISSION SITE!! DEADLINE IS JANUARY 12TH!
01/04/2016
NYPA BNC 2015

WELCOME TO THE BETTER NEWSPAPER CONTEST ONLINE SUBMISSION SITE!! DEADLINE IS JANUARY 12TH!

Entries must be received and uploaded no later than January 12th. Entries from newspapers that are part of a group or chain will be entered in the circulation division of the newspaper with the HIGHEST circulation in that group UNLESS an entry in a specific contest category actually ran common in mu…

Wishing all of our member newspapers, affiliates and vendors a warm, happy, & healthy holiday season!
12/23/2015

Wishing all of our member newspapers, affiliates and vendors a warm, happy, & healthy holiday season!

It is the 20th Anniversary of the NYPA Foundations' paid summer internship program. Please consider helping NYPA provide...
11/30/2015
Click here to support NYPA Foundation Summer Internships by Meg Pennisi

It is the 20th Anniversary of the NYPA Foundations' paid summer internship program. Please consider helping NYPA provide an invaluable work experience for students, and a tangible impact on our mission of ensuring the future of journalism. Thank you!

Launched in 1996, the New York Press Association Foundation’s paid summer internship program invests in the future by offering paid summer internships to outstanding college students pursuing a career in journalism. Over the past 20 years the Foundation has awarded 210 internships and more than...

There is always, always, ALWAYS something to be THANKFUL for.
11/25/2015

There is always, always, ALWAYS something to be THANKFUL for.

New York Press Service
11/16/2015

New York Press Service

Our donation box is starting to fill up! Don't forget to pick up an extra pair of pajamas to donate to the Christmas Pajama Promise when your out shopping this year! NYPA/NYPS is one of many drop off locations for pajamas and books for kids in need!

The donation box is located just inside the NORTH ENTRANCE of 621 Columbia St. Ext, Cohoes, NY 12047.

Visit the Christmas Pajama Promise page for more information.

11/13/2015
Better Newspaper Contest Deadline

NYPA Better Newspaper Contest is here again! All entries must be submitted online by end of day on January 12th. Click the link below. Good Luck!

11/11/2015

THANK YOU VETERANS!

11/10/2015
Who’d Be a Journalist?

To enter journalism these days you have to be a true believer.

By Hector Tobar Reprinted from The New York Times EUGENE, Ore. — JONATHAN BACH’s dream job is in a profession that’s widely reviled,

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Ban Puppy Mills in Pet Stores bill has passed in the NYS Senate! The bill is now in the Assembly Codes Committee. Please call your assembly member in support of A4283 AND share, After 3 years of waiting, this bill needs everyone's help and support to succeed now. https://www.facebook.com/groups/312502376807921/permalink/370147697710055/
RACIST NOOSES LEAD TO LYNCHINGS: On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, the very same day that the highly awaited jury verdict of Derek Chauvin being found guilty on all three counts in the racist knee on your neck murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was announced by Judge Peter Cahill. A Black 23-year-old electrician named Kyrin Taylor, an apprentice at Cooper Power & Lighting Corp in Farmingdale, New York came to work to discover a racist noose hanging in his workstation on Tuesday, April 20, the exact same day of the highly anticipated and watched Derek Chuavin guilty verdict in the racist murder of George Floyd. Racist nooses must not be taken lightly but must be prosecuted legally to the fullest extent of the law to prevent current-day racist lynchings. For racist nooses are the negative racist signs of the times that all too often lead to current-day lynchings. Before Akbar Rogers was brutally beaten by members of the Freeport New York Village Police including the Mayor's two sons. Before George Floyd was murdered in broad daylight by former Police Officer Derek Chauvin by putting his knee on George Floyd's neck for nearly ten minutes. A Roosevelt New York Tenured Middle School Teacher and Worker illegally displayed a collage with two racist nooses in a classroom full of Black and Brown children. Featuring the racist wording, "YES", " HA HA", and "BACK TO SCHOOL NECKLACES". Attorney Ben Crump and Attorney Heather Palmore are the lead lawyers demanding that the New York Education Department revokes their teaching licenses forever for this unacceptable act of blatant racism in New York State. I am pleased to hear Attorney Fred Brewington is representing this hard-working Black electrician, Kyrin Taylor, in this most recent Long Island, New York, racist noose case. The evil trinity of racism, classism, and sexism, will not be tolerated in Farmingdale or Roosevelt, New York, or anywhere else in Long Island New York's Suffolk and Nassau counties, on our watch and beyond. If America took the demeaning and destructive crime of displaying racist nooses, (that lead to current-day racist lynchings), the racist sign of the racist times, much more seriously in the sense of legal accountability and justice. The next level stage of racist current-day lynchings such as George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Matthew Felix, Ahmaud Albery, Rayshard Brooks, Adam Toledo, Daunte Wright, Ma,khia Bryant, Andrew Brown Jr., and so many more could have been prevented in some cases. Silence means consent. As goes New York, with unaddressed illegal racist nooses cases in workplaces and a public school full of Black and Brown children. So goes the world, New York State. New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo and the first Black person to serve as New York's Attorney General, the highly respected, Tish James, must bring accountability and justice in these major New York illegal racist nooses cases. Which have literally laid the groundwork and has unwittingly granted misguided permission in the dangerously demented minds of racist cops and racist citizens for the current-day racist lynchings of Black lives all across the landscape of America. BLACK LIVES MATTER EVEN IN LONG ISLAND https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/27/us/long-island-noose-black-electrician/index.html Pastor Arthur L. Mackey Jr. Senior Pastor Mount Sinai Baptist Church Cathedral 243 Rev. Dr. A. L. Mackey Sr. Avenue Roosevelt, New York, 11575 [email protected]
We're once again offering our paid summer internships for journalism students interested in first-hand newspaper experience at New York's community newspapers. Applications due March 1, 2020. Here's a link to the application:
THE TOWN of BROOKHAVEN IS ABOUT TO APPROVE A JUNKYARD UNDER YOUR WATER SOURCES On Monday, 11/18 @ 4pm on Independence Hill the Brookhaven town planning board will meet to discuss and vote on putting a junkyard under your water towers. These three aquifers are located on rte 101 at Horse Block Road in the Medford Yaphank area. This water serves the public system and wells far reaching from just this small area. The Suffolk County Water Authority has weighed in and agrees that this project should be denied. “ IT WILL CONTAMINATE OUR WATER TABLE” Let’s be clear: they call it an “ auto storage area “ THIS IS A JUNKYARD with all the solvents, oil’s and fluids that leak out of damaged vehicles deemed totaled after accident. There is no good reason for this specific site to be used for this purpose. There is every reason for it NOT to be permitted. SPEAK UP- SHOW UP - AND SHARE!! Monday, 11/18 @ 4pm on Independence Hill
From the article: "This means, in the face of mounting pressure, news organizations must hold fast to the values of great journalism — fairness, accuracy, independence — while opening ourselves so the public can better understand our work and its role in society. We need to keep chasing the stories that matter, regardless of whether they’re trending on Twitter."
Checking the NYSCAN ads ran correctly is very important. Maria Ponzillo DeCann our amazing receptionist teaching the new generation of newspaper readers.
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"If you think about what has really fed democracy at the grassroots level, it has been the thousands upon thousands of communities in this very large country. It has been the weeklies or non-dailies binding us together at the grassroots level that feeds into the larger ecosystem which feeds into the larger dailies and national and international dailies."
Sullivan writes: That move to video didn’t pay off, not for Mic or the many other similar media companies that took their cues from all-powerful Facebook. The promises of more traffic — which turned out to be based on false interpretations of data — never came to fruition and as Heidi Moore wrote in the Columbia Journalism Review, “Publishers must acknowledge the pivot to video has failed.”
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Hi, RESPONSIBLE AND RESPECTABLE CITIZENS ! ONLY SCIENCE (scientific investigation) IS ABLE TO UNMASK A FARCE, AND WORLD SHOULD KNOW THAT … Dungeons of democracy. ( Yes, they indeed exist !!) We are talking about numerous forms of violence to silence independent journalists and other categories of decent citizens -.bullying, sabotage, persecution, Work Harassment … Violations of values and principles. That’s the way to do it. Who would dare to support such an insanity ??? A crime … A genuinely democratic Nation? Unthinkable. It’s something to think about … Resistance is what we do with what's been done to us … And EDUCATION is our best bet. Autonomous, creative, innovative thinking. Media-critical and self-reflecting citizens. Dungeons of cynical and hypocritical Democracies, NEVER AGAIN ! Elizabeth Buchmüller