To protect and serve the common interests of its newsmedia members, to help members inform and thereby strengthen their communities, and to foster the highest ideals, ethics and traditions of journalism, a free press and the news profession.
CNPA tracks hundreds of bills each year affecting every aspect of news publishing, from advertising to employment relations issues, and, of course, freedom of information and the First Amendment. See our top priorities for 2021 and what we accomplished in 2020.
Any daily, weekly or monthly California newspaper, digital or campus publication may join CNPA. In 2020, CNPA added individual membership opportunities for freelancers. Join or login today to access benefits including the Legal Helpline, Job Bank and more.
CNPA Advertising Services is your strategic partner for delivering local engagement on a statewide or national scale. Through our publishers and partners, we have deep relationships with every community in California and beyond, giving us local, on-the-ground knowledge of what really works.
View our calendar of upcoming events, including webinars, the 2021 California Journalism Awards Gala, and our annual Capital Conference. CNPA’s education & networking events keep professionals connected across the Golden State.
The following toolkit is to serve as a reference for individuals, organizations and allied groups to #StopAsianHate. This initiative was first started by Congresswoman Grace Meng and California Assemblymember Evan Low. The continued violence and racism against Asian Americans have reached their highest levels in our lifetime and must STOP. Out of crisis comes opportunity to rally together, stand in solidarity, and demand action.
From the Spring 2021 edition of California Publisher The cover story in this edition about the effect of COVID-19 on CNPA’s members is a grim reminder of how fragile our profession has become. On...
CNPA is seeking nominees for its 2021 Freedom of Information Award. The deadline is Friday, May 21. Nominees from CNPA-Member companies should possess a continuing commitment to the public’s right...
CNPA is seeking nominees for its 2021 Freedom of Information Award. The deadline is Friday, May 21. Nominees from CNPA-Member companies should possess a continuing commitment to the public’s righ...
For years, the California News Publishers Association has protected the interests of newspapers throughout the state, from the smallest weekly to the largest metropolitan daily.
Meet the industry leaders who help guide the ship, from legislative priorities to events. With years of combined experience, CNPA’s board of directors is committed to championing the ideals of a free press.
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