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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 Photo Contest finalists announced
APA Forums exclusive:The finalists in the 2014 Arkansas Media Directory Cover Photo Contest have been announced.
News-Editorial Contest winners announced
Winners of the 2013 Better Newspaper News-Editorial Contests were annonced June 29 during the Annual Awards Banquet held at the conclusion of the 2013 Arkansas Press Association SuperConvention. To get a copy of the complete list, click here.
* Upcoming Events
Journalism Ethics Workshop for Professionals
The University of Arkansas' Center for Ethics in Journalism will present a Journalism Ethics Workshop on Friday, Nov. 8 at the Walton College Reynolds Center. The free event will begin at 8:30 a.m. with coffee/Danish, followed by comments from Gene Foreman, an Arkansas native who spent over two decades with the Philadelphia Inquirer. For more information or to register: http://journalism.uark.edu/wp/?p=2945.