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Territory Manager

Exciting opportunity for a skilled sales and marketing professional with knowledge of and contacts in Southwest Oregon and Northern California. Capital Press Ag Media is the Northwest’s leading Ag media outlet. More than just a newspaper, Capital Press represents Ag in the Northwest through events,...

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FAC panel Dec. 6 to discuss info-glut

The informational sessions are all lined up for the 141st Annual Winter Meeting of the California Press Foundation, coming up Dec. 6-7 in San Francisco. Just added is the Thursday afternoon presentation, produced by the First Amendment Coalition, “What Happened to The ‘Golden Age of...

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Health fellowships and grants

The USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism invites applications from California journalists for its all-expenses-paid California Fellowship next March. Fellows will learn about how race, ethnicity, education level and socioeconomic status influence prospects for health. The fellowship is March 17-20, 2019, in Los Angeles. It...

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Managing Editor

Are you our next visionary journalism leader? We are seeking a community-minded journalist/manager to help cover, define and present the news to a dynamic and active readership in Sonoma County. Our new managing editor will lead a team of print and digital journalists into the...

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The Daily Independent in Ridgecrest, California, is looking for a news reporter. Qualified candidates should be just as comfortable rushing to the scene of a three-alarm fire and turn around a story on deadline as they are with writing an engaging story on crazy classroom...

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PACE reform bill signed at CNPA’s urging

Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will repeal a provision of law that made secret enforcement actions by the Department of Business Oversight against PACE solicitors and agents, which CNPA objected to in 2017. SB 1087 by Senator Richard Roth (D-Riverside) was introduced to...

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Governor Jerry Brown signs bill requiring women board members

Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 826 by Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara), which requires each publicly held corporation whose principal executive offices are located in California to have a minimum number of women on its board of directors. It allows the Secretary of State to...

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