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Changes in programs offered by CNPA

Changes in programs offered by CNPA

Two long-running programs offered through CNPA are being discontinued or removed from offer.
Community Health News Service, which had provided a twice-monthly, non-partisan column about health care, ran for eight years through a partnership of state press associations. Some two dozen CNPA-Member publications republished the columns.
Funding ran out and the final column was distributed this week.
Online Media Campus, which had provided near-weekly training webinars to members on news-gathering, tech, revenue and management topics, will not be offered through CNPA. The webinars were underwritten by the California Press Foundation and provided at no cost to CNPA-Member staff.
Your association will produce and promote its own training webinars and member events this year. Please watch your email for details.