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Arts and Entertainment Editor

The Jackson Hole News&Guide, an award-winning weekly newspaper, has an immediate, full-time opening for an arts and entertainment editor. The News&Guide has often been honored as best weekly paper in the country by the National Newspaper Association. Part of the Teton Media Works locally family-owned...

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California newspapers attack tariff issue head-on

In the wake of the U.S. Senate introducing legislation to roll back the tariffs on imported newsprint, California newspapers are attacking the tariffs through editorials and house ads explaining the harmful impact on newspapers and the democratic system to readers. Recent editorials in the San...

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Kathi Duffel is high school adviser of the year

The 2018 Nick Ferentinos Award for Advising Excellence goes to Kathi Duffel, journalism instructor at Bear Creek High School in Stockton. The award recognizes leadership and support that goes beyond the journalism program and has impact across campus, community and local or regional associations. It...

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All eyes on the tariff issue, please

Newspapers have editorialized about the newsprint-tariff issue, and some have published house ads explaining it to readers. Thank you. To boost your personal bandwidth, please take in the new Editor & Publisher piece by Jerry Simpkins, a printing company VP, that outlines the definite effects...

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What have we done for you lately?

Glad you asked… DID YOU KNOW that for every ad sold by CNPA Multi-Media Services, 84 percent or more goes back to the publishers? DID YOU KNOW that CNPA Multi-Media Services can help you place ads outside your local footprint? DID YOU KNOW that if...

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Free stuff: Borrell’s May 17 slides

Some CNPA members missed the May 17 webinar from Gordon Borrell and Corey Elliott, “Is Digital Going Flat (and Print Making a Comeback) — An Early Peek at Borrell’s 2018 SMB Survey.” Not a problem. Those distinguished gentlemen have provided for CNPA members the webinar...

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Tad Weber to opinion editor at Fresno Bee

Tad Weber begins this week as editorial page editor at The Fresno Bee, the newspaper reports. Weber, who had been Metro editor for five years, previously had been managing editor of The Tribune in San Luis Obispo and earlier was a reporter and assistant city...

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Santa Ynez Valley Star Publisher Raiza Giorgi honored

Raiza Giorgi, publisher of the Santa Ynez Valley Star, recently won the Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award for Emerging Business at the Spirit of Entrepreneurship Foundation awards in Santa Barbara. The SOE Foundation honors 11 women entrepreneurs each year, from 33 finalists in Santa Barbara and...

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Frank McCulloch, 98

Frank McCulloch, a former reporter and editor at newspapers in San Francisco, Sacramento, Los Angeles and Reno, and a heralded war correspondent for Time magazine, died May 14, 2018, The Press Democrat reported. He was 98.| McCulloch was a formidable editor and a beloved mentor...

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