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Parlier Post goes out of print

The Wednesday, Jan. 24 issue will be the final printing of the weekly Parlier Post. “It is our sad duty to announce that the economic viability of The Parlier Post could no longer maintain pace with ever-increasing costs of producing and distributing a newspaper,” said...

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‘Workflow Automation Tools for Newsrooms of Any Size’

From publishing to social media, to editing video, to working in the CMS, there are so many different dashboards, logins and systems to manage. Penny Riordan will highlight tools that some small to mid-size newsrooms have used to automate some of these processes. This includes...

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‘Flipping Objections on the Spot!’

Objection handling is a skill that all sales people need to master. Ryan will highlight the six most common objections media sales people face on a daily basis and show you how to flip those objections into closed deals with ease and style. Because Ryan...

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Stick to the basics: Present all sides of the story

Most reporters can likely relate to this scenario. Someone speaks up at a public meeting to unleash criticism about an individual or organization. Reporters have little difficulty presenting a balanced report — recording all sides of the story — if the accused is at the...

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Paulette Brown-Hinds joins Irvine Foundation board

The James Irvine Foundation Paulette Brown-Hinds, publisher of the Black Voice News in Riverside, to its board of directors. “I am excited to join Irvine’s board at this time, when there is so much to be done to give all the people of California hope...

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Mac Tully moving on from Denver Post

Mac Tully is stepping down as Denver Post CEO and publisher executive vice president of Digital First Media. He is a former San Jose Mercury News publisher and former member of the CNPA Board of Directors.

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Press Person

Press person needed at a Tuesday through Saturday morning newspaper in Pendleton, Oregon. In addition to East Oregonian newspaper, our operation prints an array of weekly, bi-weekly and monthly publications. To join our team, you’ll need web press operation skills, an eye for color, mechanical...

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Governmental Affairs Day

21st Annual Governmental Affairs Day Wednesday, February 21, 2018 9 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Sponsored by Join us in Sacramento for the 21st Annual Governmental Affairs Day and a chance to hear from California legislative leaders. You will have an opportunity to speak with them,...

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Joe Kieta to head Fresno Bee news

The Modesto Bee’s Joe Kieta becomes executive editor and senior vice president at The Fresno Bee, The Modesto Bee reports. He has held that position in Modesto since 2012 and previously headed newsrooms in Columbus. Ga.; and Utica, N.Y. Kieta will continue to oversee news...

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Want compensation data? Join survey

Newspapers are in a new phase of human resources restructuring. The emphasis no longer is on shrinking headcount — though layoffs are continuing at some organizations — but on assembling a workplace ready to produce, market and monetize products that consumers want. The Inland Press...

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