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Assembly floor to vote on CNPA sponsored PACE clean-up bill

CNPA’s effort to cure anti-transparency legislation passed on the last day of session last year continues to the Assembly floor. SB 1087 by Senator Richard Roth (D-Riverside) amends a law enacted last year that requires secrecy by the Department of Business Oversight when the agency...

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Publish an editorial this Thursday — or this week?

A national effort to encourage newspapers to publish editorials this Thursday might have escaped your attention. Or your newspaper might not publish on Thursdays. Either way, heads up: As noted in last Friday’s CNPA Legislative Bulletin, the push from Marjorie Pritchard, the Boston Globe’s deputy...

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Free stuff: October conference covers juvenile justice

A New York conference Oct. 4-5, 2018, aims to help journalists cover the latest developments in juvenile justice, and engage with some of the leading players and experts in the field. The conference, to be held at John Jay’s New York City campus, is called...

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25 on-the-job ideals

I’ve been a consultant for almost 30 years. Before that, I worked more than 20 years in writing and editing positions, most of those years as an editor and manager at daily newspapers. During that half-century, I’ve learned a few things about how to do...

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Davis Taylor is interim publisher in Napa

Davis Taylor, group publisher of Hanford-based Lee Central California Newspapers, is also serving as interim publisher of its Napa Valley Publishing division, the Napa Valley Register reports. Taylor has been publisher in Hanford since 2013. Napa publisher Brenda Speth, publisher since 2005, has left the...

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