By: Todd Shields
The National Newspaper Association will move from Arlington, Va., to Columbia, Mo., where it will work with the University of Missouri School of Journalism.
The move, aimed at cutting costs, is to begin next month, said the membership organization for community newspapers. It said member services, including its annual government affairs conference set for March in Washington, will continue without interruption.
The NNA’s Washington representation will function through American PressWorks, an Arlington consulting company partly owned by NNA interim CEO Tonda Rush. NNA said it would seek a permanent executive director.