HSPA relocated to new office space in downtown Indy

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The HSPA office to a new location in downtown Indianapolis. All phone numbers and emails remain the same. The new address beginning Oct. 1 is...

Ball State’s Tori Smith wins HSPA Foundation’s Pulliam Scholarship

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The Hoosier State Press Association Foundation has awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Tori Smith, of Wheatfield, in recognition of her work while a Eugene...

Requirements must be met to qualify as periodical publication

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Send your questions to Steve Key, HSPA executive director and general counsel, skey@hspa.com or call (317) 624-4427. The following questions were submitted by a concerned...

Reader support needed for new newspaper economic model

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Key Points: Steve Key, executive director and general counsel, Hoosier State Press Association Everyone appears to be in agreement – the old economic model for...

Notice: Time to file, publish, copy to HSPA your USPS Statements of Ownership

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The deadline for filing your Periodicals Class Statement of Ownership, Form 3526, with the Post Office is approaching. You may obtain the necessary form...

HSPA executive director to retire in mid-2022

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Stephen Key, executive director and general counsel for the Hoosier State Press Association, plans to retire in mid-2022. Key has been working for Indiana’s paid-circulation...

Public Notice Summit set for Sept. 10 in Indianapolis; RSVP by Sept. 3

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By Sept. 3, email Shawn Goldsby at sgoldsby@hspa.com your intent to participate in the 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 10 summit at the Indianapolis Star’s...

Newspapers must make case for public notices

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Publishers: RSVP by Sept. 3 for the Sept. 10 Public Notice Summit in Indianapolis. Details here. Public notice publication requirements have been a legislative issue...

Congratulations, Indiana newspapers.

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aaa Steve Key Opening Remarks 2021 aaa Blue Ribbon Newspaper winners Each year, two newspapers receive recognition as the best publications in the state — one non-daily and...

Indiana Supreme Court proposes moving public notices to its website

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The Indiana Supreme Court opened a new front in the war to preserve the concept of using newspapers to distribute public notices. Last week, the...