The readers have spoken: You can pry their newspapers from their cold, dead hands. By JACK SHAFER Print is the past and online is the future, as all can attest. […]
Throughout our nation’s history, government agencies have been required to alert citizens of certain government activities that may impact a local community, providing citizens with an opportunity to stay informed […]
The NYPA Foundation provides paid summer internships for college journalism students. Students must apply by March 1st of each year, and be accepted into the eight week program. Students should […]
Embracing the Future of Newspapers
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 more than 160 years, NYPA has continued to build not only its own strength, but also that of the community news companies it serves. NYPA is committed to ensuring that the future of New York's community news industry is as vital and vibrant as its past.