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Fight brewing with local agencies over CNPA sponsored bill

It is antithetical to the California Public Records Act that seeking information from government can get you sued. But that’s a growing concern in light of a recent case initiated by the Newark School District to force requester Elizabeth Brazil to return records she was...

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Sports Editor

The Daily Independent newspaper in Ridgecrest, California, is seeking an enthusiastic and enterprising sports editor. The sports editor is a one-person show, covering youth, high school, community college, and other community sporting events. The ideal candidate will be comfortable using different forms of media to...

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Advice from our Summit speakers

For those who attended the CNPA Press Summit in Sonoma, Friday the 13th was a lucky day packed with solid, credible information from several highly regarded industry pros. For you who’ve opened your CNPA Bulletin today, it’s a special April 24 treat, courtesy of our...

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Katherine Ann Rowlands acquires Bay City News

Bay City News Service, which provides regional news reports to news outlets in a nine-county region, has been sold. Terms were not disclosed. The new owner is Katherine Ann Rowlands, a veteran journalist and former BCN employee. Rowlands has been an editor at Bay Area...

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Free stuff: Borrell webinar May 17

Are your customers abandoning Facebook? There’s been a lot of buzz about national advertisers adjusting their marketing dials because of reports about digital fraud, fake news and concerns about ROI. But are those worries trickling down to the local level? Find out by registering for...

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‘AP Style Refresher’

Presenter Ryan Martinez of GateHouse Media’s Center for News and Design gets you caught up on the 2018’s changes to the Ap Stylebook, as well as old standards that routinely trip up reporters and editors. This is a great refresher for industry vets, and a...

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