CNPA Mission Statement

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.

Press enter to begin your search

Search Results for:

‘Planning Enterprise (And 30 Ideas!)’

Need to cut out some time to plan that impactful enterprise story? We offer a number of tips on brainstorming, planning, and execution! And just to help you get started, we’ll be offering 30 great story ideas in 15 minutes. Tim Schmitt of GateHouse Media’s...

Read More

Dean Bartee, 86

Dean Bartee, former senior vice president of advertising, marketing and circulation at the San Jose Mercury News, died July 12, 2018, of cancer, the newspaper reported. He was 86. “My job was easier because his advertising division was so successful in bringing in the resources...

Read More

Department of Commerce reaffirms newsprint tariffs, reduces duties

Yesterday, in a much anticipated decision, the U.S. Commerce Department reaffirmed the countervailing and anti-dumping duties it imposed on the imports of Canadian newsprint in January. In yesterday’s decision, Commerce decided to spare several Canadian producers from the antidumping charges, revising the duties by setting...

Read More

Free webinar: Active-shooter readiness

“Security Training For Newspapers: Active Shooter Preparation & Response” 11 a.m.-Noon Pacific, Friday, Aug. 10 Presented by Kevin W. Techau, Smith, Mills & Schrock Law Firm This webinar free of charge Recent tragedies across the U.S.A. have shown that active shootings are a real and...

Read More

Lifetime achievers sought for annual award

The California Press Foundation seeks nominations for its annual Philip N. McCombs Achievement Award, which honors distinguished newspaper executives who are no longer fully active in the industry. Qualifications include: a living person who has been an exemplar of ethical conduct, leadership and service to...

Read More

Carr Fire: Redding reports with help

Coverage of the Carr Fire in Shasta County (on Tuesday: 110,154 acres; 27 percent containment) was ably handled at the Record Searchlight, USA Today reports, by staffers that had evacuated their homes and in some cases were sleeping in the newsroom. And when the power...

Read More

Cranston Fire: Idyllwild returns with cheers

Residents of the mountain town of Idyllwild in Riverside County gathered Monday in a school gym to cheer the first responders who helped to save their town from the Cranston Fire (on Tuesday: 13,139 acres; 82 percent containment). “Sunday, hundreds of displaced families were allowed...

Read More

Mendocino Complex: An evacuated Record-Bee reports

The Mendocino Complex of River and Ranch fires in Mendocino and Lake counties (on Tuesday: 74,408 acres; 12 percent containment) forced the evacuation of the Lake County Record-Bee office in Lakeport. Along with status updates, a live blog on its site carries the latest.

Read More