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Will millennials read newspapers?

North Dakota millennials trust their local newspapers more than any other media. But they don't subscribe. At the same time, getting news from TV or radio "is almost a foreign concept" to them, says Kevin Slimp.

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Witham Symposium crowd was small, but attendees say presenters packed a punch

Only 32 people attended this year's Witham Symposium on Excellence in Newspapers, but those who did found the six presentations to be well worth their while.

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Courting millennials, promoting journalism

Kevin Slimp is chomping at the bit to quiz North Dakota millennials about how they get news. He'll do so Oct. 17 during the Witham Symposium on Excellence in Newspapers. And while that millennial focus group is still two weeks off, he's already planning to talk about it at presentations in other states next month.

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Symposium offers tips on advertising, news, HR

This year's Witham Symposium on Excellence in Newspapers will feature presentations on advertising, writing and reporting, human relations basics and more. The annual event sponsored by the North Dakota Newspaper Association Education Foundation will be held Oct. 17-18 at the Bismarck Public Schools Career Academy located on the campus of Bismarck State College.

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Drayton publisher fills NDNA board vacancy

Lesa Van Camp, editor and publisher of the Valley News and Views of Drayton, has been appointed to fill a vacancy on NDNA's board of directors.


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NDNA now accepting grant applications

Applications are now open to NDNA members for the 2019-2020 NDNAEF grant program.

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Sales, reporting and a little HR

Seminars on advertising sales and reporting will highlight the Witham Symposium on Excellence in Newspapers Oct. 17 and 18, with a little HR instruction thrown in.

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NDNA & NDNAEF Board Elections

Karen Speidel, editor of the News Monitor, has been elected president of the North Dakota Newspaper Association, the 126th person to lead the association in its 133-year history.


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Two join NDNA's 50-year club

Ken Beauchamp of Beulah and Connie Kjos of Grafton have become members of the North Dakota Newspaper Association 50-year club.

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State's top newspapers recognized

North Dakota’s top newspapers by circulation class are The Bismarck Tribune, The Dickinson Press, The Walsh County Record of Grafton, The News Monitor in Hankinson and the Walsh County Press of Park River.

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