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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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Jud Snyder, 92

Judson Snyder, former editor of the Community Voice in Rohnert Park, Sonoma County, died March 3, 2018, in Santa Rosa, The Press Democrat reports. He was 92. Snyder continued to write a local column, “Coffeegrounds,” until the final week of his life. Irene Hilsendager, an...

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‘Managing Time to Increase Your Newspaper Ad Sales’

Tim Smith has become one of our most popular webinar leader, and you will find out why after attending his session, “Managing Time to Increase Sales at Newspapers.” In the sales business, time management is a large majority of the game, and perfecting the way...

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‘Beyond the Basics: Becoming a Master Designer’

The basics. To be a successful newspaper editor and design, you must know the basics. To excel, however, you have to get beyond the basics. That’s what this webinar is about. Ed Henninger has been designing newspapers and training designers and editors for decades, and...

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‘Getting People to Pick Up Your Paper’

Getting people to pick up your paper is the top priority of many newspapers right now. Sure, we need to sell advertising, but if people aren’t picking up your paper, you won’t have many advertisers. Why do readers pick up one paper over another? What...

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Times-News in Twin Falls, Idaho, seeks a proven leader to direct and oversee our newsroom with a passion for local news and a desire to grow digital and print readership. As editor, you will utilize your knowledge, experience and ability to implement innovative ideas that...

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