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These creative spots were developed in 2013 by Intersect Media Solutions & Florida Press Association, and tout high newspaper readership for each state.
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National Newspaper Week (NNW) is October 5-11, 2014. This marks the 74th year of the Week, which observes the importance of newspapers to communities large and small. This year's kit contains editorials, editorial cartoons, promotional ads and more that are available for download at no charge to newspapers across North America.
The theme of this year's NNW is:
“Newspapers: The Foundation of Vibrant Communities.”
NEWSPAPERS: PLEASE PROMOTE National Newspaper Week heavily by downloading these materials and devoting as many column inches as possible to reinforce the importance of newspapers to our local communities. PLEASE ALSO EDITORIALIZE LOCALLY about how your newspaper is important and relevant to your community. This can be about your government watchdog role, investigative journalism, providing timely public notices, etc.
Following NNW, these materials will remain on the website and can be accessed by newspapers for use throughout the year since our message is timeless.
THANK YOU for your help in promoting National Newspaper Week 2014!
Greg Sherrill, NAM President
Lisa Hills, NNW Chair
2014 NNW Logo & Ads
National Newspaper Week Logo
NNW Quarter Page Ad (Color - US Version)
NNW Quarter Page Ad (Color - Canadian Version)
2014 Editorial Cartoons
Dave Granlund (BW) - "Still Bringing Communities Together"
Dave Granlund (BW) - "Surviving Extinction"
Wayne Stroot (BW)
Charlie Daniel (Color)*
John Darkow (BW)*
*From 2013 but still timely.
2014 Columns & Editorials
Keith Anderson Op Ed
Keith Anderson Photo
Pete Mohs Op Ed
Pete Mohs Photo
Robert Williams Op Ed
Robert Williams Photo
2013 Crossword Puzzle
National Newspaper Week Crossword Puzzle
Answers to NNW Crossword Puzzle