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Ruby L. Bailey now executive editor of Columbia Missourian

Ruby L. Bailey, a local-news editor at The Sacramento Bee, becomes executive editor of the Columbia Missourian. She also will be Missouri Community Newspaper Management chair at the Missouri School of Journalism. Interim Missourian Executive Editor Mike Jenner, a former executive editor at The Bakersfield...

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Rick Green, former Desert Sun executive editor, has new job

Rick Green, a former executive editor at The Desert Sun in Palm Springs, is now executive editor of the Louisville (Ken.) Courier-Journal and Midwest Regional editor of the USA TODAY Network. Most recently, he had been executive editor and vice president of content for the...

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Borrell has ad-spend insights May 17

Advertisers are fretting about digital ad fraud and negative stories about social media. Are we in for a sea change? Gordon Borrell, CEO of Borrell Associates, next Thursday will provide a California-custom webinar featuring insights from ad-spending trends in California markets, with forecasts on what...

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Free stuff: Voter guide from CALmatters

Just as the campaign mailers begin to fill your mailbox and the attack ads begin to blare from your TV, CALmatters presents, for your consideration, a non-partisan, interactive guide to the gubernatorial candidates, statewide offices, ballot measures and district seats in contention next month. “We...

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‘Photoshop Tips & Tricks’

OK, how about “Adjust your photos faster, and easier, in Photoshop … with better quality.” That’s right, most people work WAY too hard at adjusting photos in Photoshop, and there are tools and techniques that make it easy, quick, and give you better quality than...

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