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.


Statesman’s parent company puts newspaper up for sale

Atlanta-based Cox Media Group said Tuesday it will sell the Austin American-Statesman after owning the city’s daily newspaper for 41 years. The Statesman is being marketed with its seven community newspapers and multiple websites. Cox also is selling the Palm Beach Post and Palm Beach Daily News in Florida. Cox executives did not publicly specify …

Millstein: Future of newspapers is strong

GREENWICH — Recent years for the newspaper industry have been difficult, but challenges facing print journalism can be overcome with hard work and investment in the newsroom. That was the report given to an audience at the Retired Men’s Association of Greenwich Wednesday by Lincoln Millstein, senior vice president and special assistant to the CEO …

Fake news is only the beginning. The FCC is about to let monopolies decide what local news you see

What would happen if the politician you love to hate was indicted, but your local news didn’t report it? No newspaper stories, no TV news, no radio news on the hour, nothing. Couldn’t happen? Think again. The Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission will vote Nov. 16 to allow just one corporation to own the local newspaper …


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