Thursday November 26 2015, 02:05:58 PM


Nielsen Reports Untold Success Stories in the Black Community

By Freddie Allen Senior NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Acquanetta Pierce Glass, president and CEO of Avance Communications in Detroit, Mich., used last year’s Nielsen report on Black consumers to convince one of her clients to run a 15-second trailer in movie theaters during the holiday season. The Nielsen Company’s credibility in the data… Read more »

NNPA Black Press Honors Black Leaders

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – At a reception during the 45th Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) Annual Legislative Conference, the National Newspaper Publishers Association honored five Black luminaries with its Leadership Awards. The awards are given to those who have demonstrated leadership in the Black community and support of the Black… Read more »

NNPA Foundation Elects New Board of Directors

Washington, DC (August 2015) — The National Newspaper Publishers Association Foundation (NNPAF), the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that manages charitable, educational and literary activities that promote high standards in ethnic media, recently elected four new officers to its board of directors Executive Committee. At the organization’s recent strategic planning retreat in Miami, Florida, newly elected board… Read more »

New NNPA Officers Elected; Denise Rolark Barnes Elected Chair

DETROIT (NNPA) – Denise Rolark Barnes, publisher of the Washington Informer, has been elected chair of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, a federation of more than 200 African American newspapers. Rolark Barnes succeeds Cloves C. Campbell, Jr., publisher of the Arizona Informant, who served two, 2-year terms. After graduating from Howard University with a degree in communications,… Read more »

Partnership with Howard Students, Black Press Reaffirmed

NNPA Rededicates Media Lab at HU’s School of Communications by Sarafina Wright Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer The National Newspaper Publishers Association rededicated Howard University’s School of Communications media lab as a further testament to the commitment to the partnership between the organization and the school’s journalism department. The ribbon cutting took… Read more »

Black Press Faces Challenging, but Hopeful Future

by Freddie Allen Senior Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Jordan Shanks, a sophomore English major at Howard University admitted that before Black Press Week, he didn’t know much about the Black Press or the Richmond Free Press, the Black newspaper published in the Virginia city where he grew up. “The state of the Black Press is impacted… Read more »

Hezekiah Walker Honored with NNPA Torch Award

By Elaina Johnson Howard University News Service WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Grammy Award-winning artist Bishop Hezekiah Walker can add the 2015 Torch Award for religion to his list of accomplishments as a gospel music artist and pastor of Love Fellowship Tabernacle, a mega church in Brooklyn, N.Y. The National Newspapers Publishers Association honored him last week… Read more »

Ben Crump: NNPA Newsmaker of the Year

  By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Benjamin Crump, the lawyer who skyrocketed to national prominence by representing the family of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Florida teenager who was followed, confronted and shot to death by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Fla., said that since the 4th grade, he always knew that he… Read more »

188 Years of Black Press Excellence in the United States

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. NNPA Columnist   In recognition of the 75th Anniversary of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), I believe it is important to emphasize both the historical and contemporary mission, value and success of the Black Press in America. For the past 188 years Black Americans have labored diligently and responsibly… Read more »

Black Press Called ‘Essential’ to Future Progress

  By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief NASSAU, Bahamas (NNPA) – A top Bahamas official praised the Black Press last week as essential to truthfully and creditably chronicling African American progress from one generation to the next. Philip E. Davis, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development, commended the National Newspaper Publishers… Read more »

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