Over 35 AAN publications will publish Letters to the Future, a national letter-writing project featuring letters from authors, artists, scientists and the general public.
The Washington Post's Arc custom publishing platform now powers the website of Willamette Week, which is the first media company to use the content management system.
INDY Week has joined a coalition of other media outlets and nonprofits in suing North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and the heads of several state agencies, alleging that they have violated the state's open records laws.
The 2015 AAN Awards winners were selected as the most outstanding from a field of 920 entries submitted by 71 alternative publications across the U.S. and Canada.
As AAN members descend on Salt Lake City for the organization's largest gathering of the year, here are some things you won't want to miss.
Arkansas Times associate editor Benjamin Hardy, L.A. Weekly food editor Sarah Bennett, and The Source Weekly associate editor Erin Rook have been awarded grants to attend the AAN Convention in Salt Lake City.
Writers took first place in several categories, including Best Reporter.
Use meeting code NMLSA and receive a 10% discount on your flight to/from Salt Lake City.