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MDDC Press Foundation receives $20,000 pledge from the Nutting Foundation

The gift will memorialize reporter Jeremy Arias by supporting the MDDC internship program. ... More

Journalists continue vital work at U.S. Capitol

Journalists coming into work in Washington on Wednesday braced for a heavy news day. Certifying the presidential election results, a planned rally of Trump supporters, ongoing beat reporting energizes reporters who are direct lines of information and analysis to the wider public. The day spiraled into a full attack on the Capitol, sending lawmakers and many citizens into a tailspin of outrage, horror and fear. ... More

Moving Forward: webinar series for advertising & audience development

MDDC’s Moving Forward series positions news media organizations for the coming year by focusing on ways to increase reader engagement, highlight advertising and implement best practices. Webinars present concise, useful tips and knowledge that will help your publication. The limited class size promotes discussion and interactive activities. Join us for one or all of these FREE sessions. ... More

Fall 2020 Readership Survey launches

MDDC supports its members’ efforts to understand their readership and provide actionable data for editorial and advertising initiatives. Annually, the Audience Development committee creates a readership survey that each publication can use to survey its audience. Each publication will have its own survey link, and MDDC will provide the results of the individual publication survey as well as an overview of the entire region. ... More

Need to Know: webinar series focusing on elections

MDDC’s Need to Know series focuses on how newsrooms can navigate the upcoming election season. Webinars present concise, useful tips and knowledge that reporters and editors will benefit from. The small class size (limited to 18 participants) promotes discussion and interactive activities. Join us for one or all of these FREE sessions.
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USPS experiments with new city carrier sorting priorities

From Tonda Rush, NNA, July 22, 2020
National Newspaper Association President Matt Adelman, publisher of the Douglas (Wyoming) Budget, today sent a letter to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy requesting clarification on possible delays in delivering newspapers under an experimental program called “Expedited to Street/Afternoon Sortation” (ESAS). The new program directs city letter carriers not to prepare presorted and walk-sequenced mail in the mornings but to move directly to their routes after they arrive. They will return in the afternoon to sort mail in their cases for the following day. ... More

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