RJI now accepting applications for the 15th fellowship class of innovators

The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute is now accepting 2021-22 RJI Fellowship applications from individuals or organizations with an innovative journalism project idea that could also benefit the industry. (more…)

Connect with Your Readers and Advertisers and Share Gratitude with Your Community (and earn some revenue, too!)

This holiday season, America’s Newspapers and Sachs Media are launching Share Gratitude 2020, (more…)

White House Pushes “Herd” Exposure as Florida Counties Re-Enter Covid-19 Red Zone

Two Florida mayors focused on Florida’s embrace of human-herd exposure practices (proximity without masking) in October.  (more…)

New ads encourage readers to turn to local newspapers for trusted election information

Make an informed choice: VOTE.  Turn to newspapers for trusted information.

Florida Post Phase-3 Curve Turns Upward as Local Masking Expires

The Florida governor moved the state into Phase 3 reopening status on September 25.  (more…)

National Newspaper Week (Oct. 4-10)

This 80th annual National Newspaper Week is a recognition of the service of newspapers and their employees across North America. (more…)

Face Masks Escort Florida to Phase 3 Reopening

In countries where facemasks are widely used by the public —not just from when clear symptoms first appear—the curve is flattened below the critical reproductive rate of one. A reproductive rate of two means one infected person in turn infects two other people—thus raising the curve. (more…)

Florida Finally Flattens the Curve as Most of the State is Now Masking Up

Roughly three-fourths of the entire state of Florida is now masking up (more…)

State Senate Majority Leader Kathleen Passidomo Op Ed on 2020 Census

This op-ed may be republished in FPA member newspapers

Stand up and be counted!  Florida may lose resources, funding and representation in our federal government unless we do a better job of completing our 2020 Census.  It is important that everyone complete their 2020 Census before the September 30 deadline to make sure Florida and our citizens get our fair share of resources from the U.S. government and accurate representation in Congress. (more…)

Amid Rampant COVID Misinformation, Floridians Turn to Newspapers for Reliable, Accurate News, Survey Finds

TALLAHASSEE – Craving accuracy amid a barrage of COVID-19 misinformation, Florida news consumers are turning to the traditional trusted source of reliable information: newspapers, particularly the online content. A newly released survey shows that four in five Floridians say they get “some” or “a lot” of their coronavirus information from newspapers or their online editions. (more…)