Newspaper PressAAIND is a non-profit organization comprised of companies and individuals involved in the sales and distribution of printed matter. Our membership is comprised of owners and employees of hand delivery agencies, wholesale distribution companies, and representatives of the publishing industry.

Our mission is to disseminate industry information to our members while building a sense of community among the various participants involved in the distribution of newspapers and magazines.


Disney’s ‘Newsies’ delivers journalism history to Marriott stage

The holidays are a time when many people adhere to the tradition of a courtesy “thank you” tip for the dedication of newspaper delivery staff who assure each day’s edition of the trusted local newspaper arrives to customers. Just as there is an increased emphasis on the importance of credentialed journalists to report the fair …

For local newspapers to survive, they need to stop telling everyone they’re dying

A new study from the Tow Center for Digital Journalism looks in-depth at small newspapers, what’s working, what’s not and what needs to change. “Local News in a Digital World: Small-Market Newspapers in the Digital Age,” was published Wednesday and it details ways small newspapers are making money, how journalism in those places is changing …

FCC Says Local Media is Thriving. That’s Not So Clear.

WITH A FEW exceptions, it’s against federal regulations for your local television station to buy your local newspaper. Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on a proposal to change those rules. Since 1975, the commission has generally barred organizations from owning both a newspaper and a full-power radio or television station in the same …


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