National Newspaper Publishers Association Partners with Digital Mind State to Bring Tech This Out News ™ to a Network of 47 Million African Americans in Time for the Holiday Season

LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Digital Mind State (DMS) have formed a strategic partnership to disseminate the tech news we have created for us through Digital Mind State affiliate Tech This Out News. This partnership will cover everything tech-related, from the most popular tech gadgets to self-driving cars, robots and space, the last frontier.

Tech This Out News aligns with that of the NNPA to provide the black community with objective, accurate, and reliable sources of information from a black-centered voice and perspective in the tech world. constant evolution. The NNPA feeds more than 230 African-owned newspapers and engages with more than 47 million people per week.

The impact of content produced by members of the National Newspaper Publishers Association is significant not only for the black community, but also for the country as a whole. At this press conference, President Biden honored and thanked Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. and the NNPA for the remarkable work they have done (click here).

Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. President and CEO of the NNPA, said, “On behalf of the NNPA representing the Black Press of America, we are delighted to partner with Digital Mind State – using the latest technological innovations in a growing number of global media platforms. ”

Today, Americans from all walks of life seek news from a black perspective, and the NNPA is a trusted voice for the unique perspective of African Americans on news, issues, and opinions as they go. that they are happening and that they have an impact on the black community and other communities of color.

Tech This Out, formed in 2017, has quickly become the go-to source for all things tech – serving the hip-hop community.

With its new collaboration with the NNPA, Tech This Out’s reach will expand even further by providing the distribution of in-depth technical articles, a guide to consumer electronics, live broadcasts, videos, technical lectures. , virtual and live events, and podcasts across the NNPA network.

“I am particularly excited about this partnership. The purchasing power of the African American community is estimated at $ 1.3 trillion, and we can help these consumers make valuable and informed decisions,” says Mike Johns, Founder and CEO of Digital Mind State and Acting Editor-in-Chief for Tech This Out News.

Connatix is the video technology partner of Digital Mind State, which leverages Elements by Connatix, the leading online video platform, to power and monetize video content on “Tech This Out News” and the Beyond Just Music Podcast network. Follow the podcast here to be alerted when new episodes are released. All shows are distributed by Beyond Just Music Podcast Network ™.

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Based in Los Angeles, California, Tech This Out News ™ is owned by Digital Mind State. Tech This Out News ™ creates original and expertly curated news that brings together technology, innovation, pop culture, music, activism and education. We strive to provoke, inspire, educate, entertain and empower our readers with dynamic and relevant editorial events and unprecedented events that create commemorations that stand the test of time. Tech This Out is featured in CES i3 Magazine – the leading magazine of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the Tech This Out podcast is distributed and streamed on all major platforms and internationally on terrestrial radio. The featured guests included iconic names from Microsoft President John W. Thompson, P. Diddy, Amara La Negra, Tyra Banks, Dennis Quaid and more. Visit us online at


The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) is the national business association of Black Press of America that represents 230 black-owned newspapers and media companies across the United States and the Caribbean. The Black Press dates back to the first publication of Freedom’s Journal on March 16, 1827, in New York City. Since that time, the Black Press has been consistent in its reporting on the news, culture, and progress of black America. The national offices of the NNPA are located in Washington, DC, in the Thurgood Marshall Center Building. and

About Connatix:

Connatix is ​​a next generation video technology platform for publishers and advertisers. We believe in the power of engaging content and are on a mission to help publishers produce successful videos without compromise. With a state-of-the-art video player, optimization engine, and suite of turnkey video monetization formats, publishers can amplify video revenue while delivering engaging experiences. With industry-leading video capabilities, Connatix is ​​at the forefront of content innovation and building a new generation of video experiences optimized for publisher success. Connatix works with over 3,000 publishers around the world.

Founded in 2014, the company is headquartered in New York with offices in Tel Aviv, Israel, and Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Learn more at

About audible reality:

Audible reality® is a Montreal audio software company founded by Emmy® Winner and Ph.D. in sound recording, Matt Boerum. Audible reality® seeks to connect the world with unique, personalized and fully immersive sound experiences using proprietary AI-based 3D audio technology for music, streaming and mobile applications.

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