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New public-notice site launched

CNPA has launched a new and improved design of CaPublicNotice.com in partnership with Column. If you have not set up your new account for participating in our CaPublic Notice website, please contact us to get started. As we have announced, CNPA Members can access public notice software that they can...

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Destination guide for San Clemente

Picket Fence Media has partnered with a local digital-marketing company to create a destination site and media platform to serve visitors and residents of San Clemente. Articles and content from the San Clemente Times will feed the SanClementeGuide.com site, which launched June 15. Users can find information on lodging,...

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In Memoriam: Raúl Camacho Sr., 84

Raúl Camacho Sr., the founder and publisher of El Popular, a CNPA Member in Bakersfield, died June 27, 2021, at his home, El Popular reported. He was 84. Camacho founded El Popular in 1983. His son George has been publisher since 2007. “After retiring several years ago, Don Raúl...

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Know about: Legal Helpline for CNPA Members

CNPA‘s legal Helpline can help your news company with answers regarding news gathering and the law. The most-common questions involve Public Records Act requests, local government actions, public notice or access to police records. Helpline attorneys give general legal advice and help CNPA Members to know...

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Hodel turns 100 on July 18

Mel Hodell, the former newspaper owner and broker, and a longtime supporter of CNPA and the California Press Foundation, turns 100 on July 18. Hodell’s career as a publisher, of weeklies in the Inland Empire, was followed by more than 35 years as a broker of newspaper...

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STAFF REPORTER

Seeking passionate, experienced journalist The Pleasanton Weekly is seeking an enthusiastic and talented staff reporter with previous journalism experience working in print and digital news environments. The reporter will cover and edit stories ranging from meetings to breaking news to features for our award-winning print...

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CNPA and Column: Public-notice site conversion is now

CNPA Members whose public notices are posted to CaPublicNotice.com will soon see them appear on a new public-notice platform being developed with Column. All adjudicated CNPA Members should encourage their legal-notice staff to learn about this initiative now. And your staff contacts for the old site should have a hand...

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Know about: Legal Helpline for CNPA Members

CNPA‘s legal Helpline can help your news company with answers regarding news gathering and the law. The most-common questions involve Public Records Act requests, local government actions, public notice or access to police records. Helpline attorneys give general legal advice and help CNPA Members to know the...

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Bretón to California Opinion editor for McClatchy

Marcos Bretón is now California Opinion editor for McClatchy, The Sacramento Bee reports. Bretón, a San Jose State alum, has been with The Bee since 1989 as a reporter, sports columnist and news columnist. Most recently, he was interim Opinion editor. Previously, Gil Duran had been McClatchy’s...

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Affiliated Organization News: Audience Summit starts Wednesday

The Great Western Audience Alliance invites CNPA Members to participate in its Great Western Audience Development Summit. The virtual event is set for this week, June 23-25, and will feature large- and smaller-market audience development specialists from around the country. “If your challenges are digital growth or...

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