Newspaper Association of America

From SourceWatch
Jump to navigation Jump to search

The Newspaper Association of America (NAA) was formed in 1992 and "is a nonprofit organization representing the $55 billion newspaper industry. NAA members account for nearly 90 percent of the daily circulation in the United States and a wide range of nondaily U.S. newspapers. NAA also has many Canadian and International members. Educators, university newspapers, press associations and suppliers/vendors also are members. The Association focuses on six key strategic priorities that collectively affect the newspaper industry: marketing, public policy, diversity, industry development, newspaper operations and readership...

"Leading NAA and the newspaper industry are 2007-2008 Chairwoman Susan Clark-Johnson, President, Newspaper Division of Gannett Co., Inc.[1]




Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch articles


  1. About NAA, Newspaper Association of America, accessed March 3, 2008.