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Serial story ‘Opal & the Secret Code’

Author Janie Lancaster has created a low-cost, educational project of historical significance for the deaf community (an underserved population) and deaf children who attend your school system with limited communication in sign language. Lancaster’s nine-installment serial is based on a true story with lesson plans, sign Language graphics, pictures and historical information.

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For salary data, join NICS today

When you participate in the Inland Press Association's Newspaper Industry Compensation Survey (NICS), you're able to access results that provide reliable, up-to-date salary, benefits and incentives information.

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Member Services

Public Notice California

Public Notice California is a compilation of public notices published throughout the state of California. You will find notices from throughout California 24 hours a day, seven days a week about foreclosures, hearings, advertisements for bids, financial reports, ordinances and information about other government, business and judicial activities that are legally required to be published.

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Use house ads to promote public notices

The News Media Alliance (formerly NAA) offers several house ads you can download to promote public-notice advertising in newspapers.

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The only press release service operated by the press for the press. PR MediaRelease is a service of the California News Publishers Association.

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News

  • Kathi Duffel is high school adviser of the year
    Kathi Duffel
    The 2018 Nick Ferentinos Award for Advising Excellence goes to Kathi Duffel, journalism instructor at Bear Creek High School in Stockton. The award recognizes leadership and support that goes beyond …
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  • All eyes on the tariff issue, please
    Stop Tariffs On Printers And Publishers Coalition
    Newspapers have editorialized about the newsprint-tariff issue, and some have published house ads explaining it to readers. Thank you. To boost your personal bandwidth, please take in the new Editor …
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  • What have we done for you lately?
    CNPA Ad Services Revenue
    Glad you asked… DID YOU KNOW that for every ad sold by CNPA Multi-Media Services, 84 percent or more goes back to the publishers? DID YOU KNOW that CNPA Multi-Media Services can help you place …
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  • Free stuff: Borrell’s May 17 slides
    Borrell Slides
    Some CNPA members missed the May 17 webinar from Gordon Borrell and Corey Elliott, “Is Digital Going Flat (and Print Making a Comeback) — An Early Peek at Borrell’s 2018 SMB …
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  • Tad Weber to opinion editor at Fresno Bee
    Tad Weber
    Tad Weber begins this week as editorial page editor at The Fresno Bee, the newspaper reports. Weber, who had been Metro editor for five years, previously had been managing editor of The Tribune in …
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  • Santa Ynez Valley Star Publisher Raiza Giorgi honored
    Raiza Giorgi
    Raiza Giorgi, publisher of the Santa Ynez Valley Star, recently won the Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award for Emerging Business at the Spirit of Entrepreneurship Foundation awards in Santa Barbara. …
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  • Frank McCulloch, 98
    Frank McCulloch
    Frank McCulloch, a former reporter and editor at newspapers in San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles and Reno, and a heralded war correspondent for Time magazine, died May 14, 2018, The Press …
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  • Cal Press Equipment Grants go to nine campus media programs
    California Press Foundation
    Nine California campus newspaper programs will receive grants from the California Press Foundation to improve their production hardware and software. A total of $11,400 will be distributed this …
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  • One year since CNPA’s name change
    California Newspaper Publishers Association
    Following a vote by Active members of the association, the name of CNPA last May was changed to California News Publishers Association. This timely reminder comes a year after that approval. Please …
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  • Bill opposes new paper tariffs
    Two U.S. senators on Monday introduced S.B. 2835, the “Protecting Rational Incentives in Newsprint Trade Act of 2018,” which would suspend new tariffs currently being imposed on imported …
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