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PACE clean-up bill keeps moving

SB 1087 by Senator Richard Roth (D-Riverside) is a transparency bill that would require disclosure of information held by the Department of Business Oversight about alleged misconduct of finance lenders for clean energy home improvements. CNPA is working on SB 1087 to delete a secrecy...

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Advertising Sales Manager/Coach

The Idaho Press located in Nampa, ID, is seeking an experienced Advertising Sales Manager/Coach for a dynamic, competitive and growing market. We are an 18,000 circ. daily newspaper with 3 surrounding weekly publications located just west of Boise. This incredible opportunity is a key leadership...

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Keeping up with the newsprint issue?

By now, your newspaper company is aware of the bump in newsprint prices. You have informed your readership and your customers that the cost of printing is going up, and you’ve warned them that the effects on your business and your news coverage will be...

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Sell into network, get a big commission

DID YOU KNOW that if you sell advertising into the CNPA Statewide Networks, you can earn 55 percent commission? WHAT are the CNPA Networks? The CNPA Networks, in partnership with 500+ California community and daily newspapers, are proven, heavily discounted classified and display-ad programs with...

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Los Angeles Times, San Diego Union-Tribune sale final

Patrick Soon-Shiong, through his NantCapital investment company, assumed ownership on Monday of the Los Angeles Times, The San Diego Union-Tribune and community newspapers and other properties in the California News Group. He paid $500 million to Chicago-based Tronc. “My family and I are truly honored...

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ASNE, APME intend to merge

The American Society of News Editors (ASNE) and Associated Press Media Editors (APME) announced plans to pursue a merger of the two national editors’ organizations. “The proposed merger of ASNE and APME represents an opportunity to create a new and vibrant organization with an even...

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Remember the TV audience? Is it yours?

Does the audience that consumes TV still overlap with your readership? What should you do about it? NTVB Media, a CNPA Allied Member, offers guidance with its “Newspapers’ Guide to TV Magazines.” In it, the company asserts that a combination of new technologies, a radically...

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Bill Nagel to publisher at San Francisco Chronicle

Bill Nagel is the new publisher at the San Francisco Chronicle, the newspaper reports. His executive roles have been in circulation, operations, business services and marketing. Nagel has served at The San Diego Union-Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and at the corporate level for...

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Jim Boren to head Fresno media institute

Jim Boren, former vice president and executive editor at The Fresno Bee, will be executive director of the new Institute for Media and Public Trust at CSU Fresno, The Bee reports. The university will provide initial funding for the institute, and additional fundraising is underway....

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Lloyd Thomas, 95

Lloyd Thomas, whose old Westminster Herald was likely the last newspaper in California to switch from lead type to offset printing, died June 10, 2018, at an assisted-living home in Anaheim, The Orange County Register reported. He was 95. Thomas, who published The Herald for...

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