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06/19/2020

Movement seen on Ohio open government bills

As we head into the summer months, we have some exciting developments to share with members about the status of our bills in the legislature.

06/05/2020

Attacks on journalists threaten the media's ability to keep all of us informed

To all of our members who are out there covering protests – be careful out there. Never before did I worry that harm would come to one of our journalists at the hands of police but I can’t say that anymore.

05/08/2020

Newspapers are essential for recording life under COVID-19

Unlike natural disasters – which newspapers have always had to make temporary provisions to soldier through – this is shaping up to be an ongoing crisis that will be with us for at least the next year or more.

04/24/2020

We're in for the long haul

Unlike natural disasters – which newspapers have always had to make temporary provisions to soldier through – this is shaping up to be an ongoing crisis that will be with us for at least the next year or more.

04/10/2020

Thank you to Ohio's newspapers for doing the critical work no one else can accomplish

Looking around the state at the coverage our members are providing, I have to say I am proud of the job all of you are doing.

03/27/2020

Reassure your readers by practicing COVID-19 workplace safety

Answering readers’ questions during this pandemic can be difficult. We are used to being able to provide clear answers about our products to our customers. Right now, there is a lot of unknown affecting our business like all others.

03/19/2020

ONMA Coronavirus Information Page

The Ohio News Media Association has created this page to centralize resources about the COVID-19 outbreak for our member journalists. If you don’t see the information you need on this page, contact the ONMA’s Jason Sanford.

03/13/2020

We’ve never been more relevant as a local news source

Aggressively pursue the news but minimize employee risk

Since we don’t know what we don’t know or just how our lives and work lives will be impacted, now is the time to gather key personnel together and discuss scenarios.

02/27/2020

Why ending open commenting on newspaper websites is a necessary move

We need to admit that by providing such an open platform to these mean-spirited individuals we empower them. Others who have prejudices or jealousies feel safe to pile on their own hateful commentary. They feel safe to let profanity and name-calling drive their keystrokes. This isn’t what any of us intended or want.

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