Washington Newspaper Publishers Association is an advocate for community newspapers, freedom of the press and open government. The association is dedicated to helping members advance editorial excellence, financial viability, professional development, and a high standard of publication quality and community leadership.
WNPA represents about 130 community newspapers in Washington state. It is the successor to the Washington Press Association, founded in 1887 by newspapers in Dayton, Ellensburg, Seattle, Tacoma, Yakima and Walla Walla.
Washington Newspaper Publishers Association
12345 Lake City Way NE #106
Seattle WA 98125-5401
tel. (206) 634-3838
fax: (888) 673-6209
The Executive Committee and Board of Trustees meet at least quarterly to manage the association's work.
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