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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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Project Coordinator

Eagle Web Press has an open Project Coordinator (Customer Service Representative) position, and while we’d love it if you had some printing experience, we’re willing to train the right person with the right attitude, because we really care more about people than we do positions....

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Cal Press seeks nominations for executive of year

The California Press Foundation seeks nominations for its annual Justus F. Craemer Newspaper Executive of the Year Award. The award recognizes the achievement of colleagues who have influence and impact on our industry, on their community and how they have represented our profession as a...

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New format for CNPA annual meetings

Governmental affairs has been identified as the single most important thing CNPA does for membership. Being properly represented in Sacramento is crucial to the success of our mission to champion the ideals of a free press in our democratic society and to promote the quality...

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Seven new members approved

The CNPA Board of Directors approved these applications for membership at its July 19 quarterly meeting: Digital News Member Long Beach Post, David Sommers, publisher 48hills, Marke Bieschke, publisher Allied Currow Weeks & Associates Inc., Sunset, SC; Jim Currow, founder Marketing G2, Spring House, PA;...

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Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold dies at 57

Jonathan Gold, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Los Angeles Times restaurant critic, died July 21, the paper reported. Gold, 57, died of pancreatic cancer, the paper said. The disease was diagnosed in early July. Gold’s career spanned four decades and the Times credited him with pioneering a...

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We face challenges with shared purpose

From the Summer 2018 edition of California Publisher Most of us will agree it’s never been a more challenging time to be in the media business. We face continued industry-wide headwinds in newspaper circulation and advertising, while adapting our business models in response to changing...

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Know your rights and risks?

As soon as the legislative workload lets up in September, Legal Counsel Nikki Moore will hit the road with CNPA’s “Rights and Risks” seminar. With the turnover in newsrooms and all the changes in the law, everyone needs to review their rights to access people,...

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Three more Blethen judges needed

CNPA’s contest coordinator is looking for three more judges for the annual C.B. Blethen Memorial Awards, which your association administers on behalf of the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Association. Open categories are Distinguished Reporting of Diversity (14 entries with a total of 48 articles), Feature Writing...

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