May 18, 2016 - New Overtime Rule May Backfire into Less News and Fewer Jobs, NNA Says
A new rule governing overtime pay for employees will create disruption at small newspapers and likely lead to more job cutbacks, National Newspaper Association President Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader in Princeton, KY, said today. He expressed disappointment that the U.S. Department of Labor had rejected calls by many small businesses to introduce a more modified and gradually-rising threshold that sets overtime-eligible employees apart from professional staff.
May 18, 2016 - Client solutions position available
Overview of the job
Based on experience and training provided, the Interlink Client Solutions Representative is computer and circulation literate to the extent they can respond knowledgably and helpfully to the most common questions and problems our users have. Our customers are part of our community, a concept we take seriously, and the Client Solutions Representative is expected to provide a respectful, positive experience for the customer at all times and under all circumstances.
May 9, 2016 - Q&A My Circulation icon disappeared
Q. While updating Interlink Circulation to the latest version, my icon disappeared. How do I get it back?
A. When updating to a newer version of Circulation, occasionally the icon will disappear from the desktop as the older version is being uninstalled in preparation for the new version. The disappearance of the icon usually happens due to an interruption in connectivity during the downloading process.
If your icon is removed from your desktop, simply download the software again, open the program and restore your list from Interlink.
If you need additional information or assistance, please contact our client solutions team at 888-473-3103.
February 18, 2016 - NNA Summit—Early Bird Registration Deadline is Feb. 22
Lucy Dalglish, a nationally-recognized First Amendment advocate and lawyer, will be the keynote speaker at the National Newspaper Association’s Community Newspaper Leadership Summit, March 16-17 in Washington. Dalglish, who is currently dean of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, will address community newspaper publishers, editors and NNA Foundation News Fellows at the National Press Club the evening of March 17.
NNA President Chip Hutcheson, publisher of The Times-Leader, urged publishers to make time for the 2016 summit. With a high-octane election year rolling out, Congress will be under pressure to make major decisions on issues that affect newspapers. NNA members will visit Capitol Hill the afternoon of March 17. Among the issues they will tackle with their congressional delegations: