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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.

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Reporter

Reporter/All-Around Journalist Needed: We’re recruiting for an existing opening (and possible other openings in coming months). We’re looking for a person who has some background in reporting and can do breaking news, hard news and features. Some paginating/copy editing skills would be a plus. We...

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Cal Press wants to fund your intern

News editors and publishers with an interest in grant-funded interns in 2020: The application deadline is Nov. 22 for the California Press Foundation’s internship grants program. The program will provide up to four $2,500 grants to college students who obtain newsroom internships in CNPA-Member newsrooms...

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WEHOville is Digital News applicant

West Hollywood-based WEHOville has applied to be a Digital News Member of CNPA. Hank Scott is publisher of the company, which was founded in 2012. “WEHOville has two primary goals,” its website says. “One is to be the complete source of information we need to...

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Free stuff: Digital safety kit

The Committee to Protect Journalists has released a revised digital safety kit for journalists. The brief informational outline shares practical advice to help journalists navigate digital threats like phishing attacks. “Available in English, French, Spanish, and Russian, journalists and media organizations may freely use and...

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Steven Nixon to NAM president

Steven R. Nixon, executive director of the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspapers Association, was elected president of Newspaper Association Managers (NAM) during the group’s 96th annual summer conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. New York Press Association Executive Director Michelle K. Rea becomes immediate past president, replacing CNPA...

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Reporter

The Marin Independent Journal, an award-winning daily newspaper just north of San Francisco covering Marin’s 11 cities and towns, seeks a sharp and enthusiastic reporter. We are a dynamic and fast-paced daily with an intelligent readership and lots of interesting community issues. We’re looking for...

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Chino’s champion

Own and operate newspapers for 60 years and you’ll earn a reputation.Stick around until you’re 90 and the recognition will keep finding its way to you. All you’ve got to do then is be tickled by it. Allen P. McCombs, CNPA’s president in 1982, just...

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GateHouse, Gannett set to merge

GateHouse Media owner New Media Investment Group will acquire The Gannett Co. for a combination of cash and stock. The deal is worth around $1.38 billion and is partly financed with new private-equity debt, USA Today reported. The deal is anticipated to close around the...

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The Union Democrat sold

Rhode Island Suburban Newspapers in July acquired The Union Democrat in Sonora, Tuolumne County, the newspaper reported. The new owner is one of several companies with different investors that operates newspapers in California, including Sound News Media, which bought The Bakersfield Californian in June, and...

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