The Cody Enterprise has an immediate opening for an energetic reporter to cover a variety of assignments.
---- Read about: * Best practices for publishing public notices * Advertising column: "Attack of the morale-killing bosses" * Writing column: "Start benchmarking performance of politicians" * More!
---- “Choose just a few trusted sources of news, including a local source to learn what is happening in your community, and turn to those media at set times - not all day. ---- https://relevanceprojectnet.wordpress.com/support-local-journalism/
https://relevanceprojectnet.wordpress.com/support-local-journalism/. Download resources aimed at helping newspaper media recapture and bolster the message that it is the primary source of local news and information. We Trust Newspapers: A sampling of research that documents the public tru…
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-- --- * Changes in the WPA board of directors * Department of Insurance ads * Advertising and editorial columns * More!
--- Five freedoms. One amendment. One university, the University of Wyoming, celebrates the protections for religion, press, speech, assembly and petition. The First Amendment Awareness Days are a celebration of the U.S. First Amendment freedoms. A diverse assortment of speakers and activi…
SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW THE FIRST AMENDMENT?
The Kemmerer Gazette, an award-winning community newspaper in southwest Wyoming, is looking for an editor who can do a little of it all. If you have reporting experience and are looking for a steppingstone to the next stage of your journalism career, this job may be perfect for you. Those wi…
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~ ~ NEWS ORGANIZATIONS AWARDED GRANTS ~ LEGISLATIVE REPORT ~ THE RELEVANCE PROJECT NEW REVENUE TOOLS ~ AND MORE!!
The Douglas Budget and Glenrock Independent have entry-level and experienced openings for general assignment / hard news reporters and a photojournalist – as well as summer internships – available.
By: Logan Dailey, Managing Editor, Wyoming Newspapers, Inc.
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No reason for secrecy
---- • Upcoming legislative bills • The 2021 Virtual WPA Annual Convention • Design tips from John Foust • Associates’ Group 2021 Virtual Meeting • More!
Running a print press in a warehouse environment in Cheyenne, WY.
--- Registration for this year's convention and totally free to attend. This is made possible through the sponsorships received from Rocky Mountain Power, Black Hills Energy, Wyoming EPSCoR, Downing Strategy and Solutions, and the Wyoming Press Association. The WPA is truly grateful for th…
---- Read about: * 2021 Convention Speakers * The UW Community Journalism Classroom * Associates Track goes virtual * Advertising column by Peter Wagner * Writing column by Bart Pfankuch * More!
Today marks a hidden holiday, as uncelebrated as it is unappreciated. It was 229 years ago today that the United States ratified the Bill of Rights, ensuring unprecedented freedom for the people of an emerging nation.
---- Read about: * Your 2021 convention speakers * A Legislative Update * Three open spots on the WPA board * Advertising and writing columns * More!
Public Notices help you discover what your government is up to. How much did your county spend last month? How did your city spend your tax dollars? What decisions are they making on your behalf?
-- Slimp goes over the last part of his 2020 newspaper publishers survey results.
---- Read about: * Virtual 2021 Annual Convention, including announcement of the Keynote Speaker * Contests - WPA, Tiemann, Science * A guest editorial on public notices * Legislative update * And more!
WPA member newspapers: It's that time of year again to pull together your best work in journalism, photography, design and advertising! The contest portal opens October 26. Keep your eyes on your email for instructions to submit your entries for the 2020 Contest!
"Many in the newspaper industry are wondering how public notice laws will fare in light of the fiscal crises precipitated in many states by the pandemic. Interim committee hearings last month in Wyoming and Arkansas suggest the answer may depend, at least in part, on the size and scale of ea…
----- • WPA 2021 Convention • 2020 WPA Contest • National Newspaper Week • Better Writing with Bart • And more!
Download Public Notice Monthly to read: "Raising the revenue issue: ‘It’s not a subsidy.", "PNRC contest winners’ concerns often disregarded by officials", and Notices in the News. Public Notice Monthly a service’ and is issued 10 times per year, on the first Tuesday of every month except J…
-- • List of 2020 NNA Better Newspaper Contest awards won by Wyoming newspapers • High School Summer Intern for NLJ • Convention Information • And much more!
Wyoming newspapers serve as a vital source of government oversight to the public. Please sign the Wyoming Press Association's petition to support the Sunshine Laws in Wyoming by visiting: change.org/KeepWyoGovAccountable
The Wyoming Press Association was awarded the first annual “Best of NNA” Award for their 84 winning entries, beating out Iowa with 60 wins and California with 45 wins. To view the winners go to: https://www.nna.org/better-newspaper-contest
"What began as a collaboration to offer support to local Wyoming journalists has developed into a full-fledged mentorship program. Both Wyoming EPSCoR and the WPA look forward to making this a more permanent program to continue supporting local journalists as well as the summer science journ…
---- * Meet some of the interns working at WPA newspapers * Help pass Local Journalism Sustainability Act * Time to sell a "StayCation" section - advertising column by Peter Wagner * More!
Report for America announced today that applications are now open for news organizations interested in hosting more than 300 emerging journalists in their newsrooms for up to three years, beginning next June.
"The Casper Star-Tribune announced yesterday that it would no longer be a true “daily” paper, eliminating its Monday and Tuesday print editions next month."
---- ---- Read about: ~ The WPA's new lobbyist ~ EPSCoR's expanded newspaper and internship science initiative ~ A new scholarship in honor of former journalist Gib Mathers ~ UW's American Heritage Center seeks help to archive COVID-19 AND MORE!
The American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming is gathering materials related to this historic moment in our country and in our state. We are seeking photographs, stories, and other materials to help record this unique era of COVID-19 and nationwide mass protests. Your submissions…
-- * Legislative Update * Contest Changes * Birthdays * Dues *And More!
Local Wyoming newspapers and their news websites are the best platform for getting credible, verified information out to our communities in a timely manner. Wyoming newspapers, large, small, in digital and print are committed to keeping our communities connected. From the actions of local an…