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Gannett’s Stewart, L.A. Times’ Pearlstine to keynote Capital Conference on Feb. 6

Mizell Stewart III, senior director of Talent, Partnerships and News Strategy for Gannett and the USA TODAY Network, will provide the breakfast keynote address on Day 2 of the CNPA Capital Conference, coming up Feb. 5-6 in Sacramento. Stewart, who is also an adjunct faculty member at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, will speak…

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Did someone say beer?

By Dean Eckenroth, 2015 CNPA president A number of years ago, I suggested Hot Ideas & Cold Beer as an opportunity for us to get together, enjoy a beer and share some ideas that we could use to improve revenues. After years of discussions about our print industry in decline, I felt there was another…

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California Journalism Awards deadline in two weeks

With the deadline fast approaching, it’s time to gather your best work from 2018 for the California Journalism Awards. Deadline for entries is Monday, Jan. 28. That’s in two weeks. Entry packages for Print and Campus contests – and the new Digital contest – were mailed to CNPA members in November. If you didn’t receive…

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Contest deadline in three weeks

With the deadline fast approaching, it’s time to gather your best work from 2018 for the California Journalism Awards. Deadline for entries is Monday, Jan. 28. Entry packages for Print and Campus contests – and the new Digital contest – were mailed to CNPA members in November. If you didn’t receive a package, they are…

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Four confirmed for internship grants

Four students have been confirmed for California Press Foundation internship grants in 2019. A panel of three Foundation reviewers selected them from 10 applicants. The students, who demonstrated an exceptional interest in pursuing careers in the news media business in California, will receive a $2,500educational grant when they begin their internship in 2019. The students…

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Capital Conference is Feb. 5-6 in Sacramento; register now

Registration is now open for the Feb. 5-6 CNPA Capital Conference, themed “The State of News: Truth, Technology, Transformation.” The Capital Conference will combine the annual Governmental Affairs Day and Annual Press Summit into a single event. It will feature discussions and presentations on sustainable business models, reporting on California, and conversations with some of…

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Happy New Year! Have some webinars

Admission to Online Media Campus webinars is free in 2019 for anyone at a CNPA-member organization, thanks to grant support from the California Press Foundation. Online Media Campus provides webinar programs on writing and editorial topics, print and online advertising sales, technology, social networking, management issues and much more. Each program runs approximately 60 minutes…

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Capital Conference arrives in just one month; register now

Registration is now open for the Feb. 5-6 CNPA Capital Conference, themed “The State of News: Truth, Technology, Transformation.” The Capital Conference will combine the annual Governmental Affairs Day and Annual Press Summit into a single event. It will feature discussions and presentations on sustainable business models, reporting on California, and conversations with some of…

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Nikki Moore, CNPA’s legal counsel, to depart

CNPA Legal Counsel Nikki Moore announced last week that she is leaving the association to become counsel to the California Assembly Public Safety Committee. Moore has been with CNPA for a little over four years. “Nikki was pivotal in several recent CNPA legislative successes including obtaining public access to body cam footage and police personnel…

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Early-bird discount good to Dec. 31 for Capital Conference in Sacramento

Registration is now open for the Feb. 5-6 CNPA Capital Conference, themed “The State of News: Truth, Technology, Transformation.” The conference committee has just announced that if you register before Dec. 31, you can still receive the early-bird rates. That’s a savings of up to $50 per person. On Jan. 1, the price goes up,…

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