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The Arkansas Newspaper Foundation (ANF) is the non-profit educational arm of the Arkansas Press Association that provides services to 29 daily newspapers, eight semi-weekly newspapers and 103 weekly newspapers across the state. The board is made up of six newspaper publishers who represent the diverse regions of Arkansas.
* ANF Spotlight
The Governor's Mansion
The Arkansas Newspaper Foundation (ANF) presents...
Educational Resources for the Arkansas Governor's Mansion field trip.
The educational components of this program are supported in part by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council and the Department of Arkansas Heritage.
Welcome! You can learn more about the Arkansas Governor's Mansion, Arkansas history, arts, culture and people by accessing the educational resources here. The educational materials are presented by the Arkansas Newspaper Foundation.
Read an editorial on the virtual tour, "A visit to the Governor's Mansion is virtually a click away," from The Daily Record in Little Rock.
* APA News
Cover Contest winners announced
The winners of the 2014 Arkansas Media Directory Contest Cover Photo Contest were announced Feb. 26 exclusively in the APA Forums. The announcements are in the "Photography Forum." Congratulations to the winners!
Go to the APA Forums.
News-Editorial Contest Rules & Entry Forms
Sunshine Week starts March 16
National Sunshine Week 2014 begins Sunday, March 16, and the Arkansas Press Association members are encouraged to help bring attention to the observance. A tool kit of promotional materials, including opinion colums, editorial cartoons and logos, is available at the official website:
* Upcoming Events
Libel Laws and Media Legal Issues
APA will present a Libel Laws and Media Legal Issues Seminar at the Arkla Room, Ross Hall at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The forum will be led by John Tull of the Law Firm of Quattlebaum, Grooms, Tull & Burrow on Friday, March 21, 2-4 p.m. The price of admission is $10 at the door; students may attend for free. See the flyer linked below for more details.
Those planning to attend should RSVP to Frank Fellone.
Success in the Age of Digital Journalism
The University of Arkansas' Center for Ethics in Journalism will present "Success in the Age of Digital Journalism" on Saturday, April 5, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. It will be held at Stabler Hall, Room 111, at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Click below for the...
Further questions should be directed to Terri Cobb.