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NNPA and Reset Digital Empower Black-Owned Publishers to Access Top Brand Investments

“Together, the NNPA and Reset Digital will help to bridge and close the digital technology gap that exists in Black America and other underserved communities of color in this country by winning the dollars we deserve" -- NNPA President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr.

During the first week of February, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) , the trade association for America’s Black-owned media companies, and Reset Digital announced a pioneering partnership that empowers black-owned publishers to access media investments from top brands that were inaccessible in the past.

The news was first shared with attendees of the NNPA’s Mid-Winter Training Conference, including publishers like the Savannah Tribune (GA) The County News (NC),  Houston Forward Times (TX), The Atlanta Voice (GA), The Mississippi Link (MS), Texas Metro News (TX) and brands that supported the conference, including AARP, GM, Hyundai, Nissan, Pfizer and Wells Fargo.

Top industry publications soon shared the news with their readers. To learn more about the partnership, contact Reset Digital.

Reset Digital’s Neuro-Programmatic powered marketing technology platform and marketplace offerings allow marketers to connect with unique audiences, including the largest marketplace of diverse owned and operated publishers, in a much deeper and meaningful way than possible in the past. The results are radically better outcomes.