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.


With a year of guides to a better life, The New York Times hopes to convert more readers to subscribers

Do you want to make the world a better place? Would you like a how-to guide for that? The New York Times is seizing on its audience’s “constant thirst for self-improvement,” in the words of Sara Bremen Rabstenek, the Times’ reader experience product director. The Times is creating a series of guides for improving various aspects …

Omaha World-Herald eliminates 43 jobs, makes changes to newspaper

The Omaha World-Herald eliminated 43 jobs Tuesday, including letting 24 employees go, and will reduce the number of pages in the newspaper starting next week. Phil Taylor, president of The World-Herald, said that 2018 started with declining advertising from national retailers. “Despite our best efforts, we are unable to cover these losses without significant cost …


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