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Taylor Buley to publisher in Winters

Taylor Buley is now owner and publisher of the Winters Express, the newspaper reports. He succeeds Charley Wallace, publisher since 1983. Buley has been chief technical officer at McNaughton Newspapers since 2015 and previously was developer manager at Parade, a CNPA Allied Partner. Buley is...

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Jack Robinson, 61

Jack Robinson, former editor of the Sacramento Business Journal, died Jan. 1, 2018, from a brain tumor, the newspaper reported. He was 61. Robinson was that newspaper’s editor from 2011 to 2016 before moving to Pennsylvania. Previously, he was managing editor at The Fresno Bee...

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Sports Editor

The weekly Trinity Journal in beautiful Trinity County (far Northern California) is seeking a full-time sports editor. This is mostly covering high school sports, but we also maintain robust outdoors coverage (hunting, fishing, hiking, etc.), and are home to several nationally ranked athletes. The top...

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New year, new bills

As the Legislature reconvenes for its second term of the biennial session, new and amended bills are starting to roll in, setting the tone and agenda for the Legislature. CNPA has already identified several measures that it will be watching this year. In reaction to...

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Send us your stories!

Being stonewalled by an agency? Charged outrageous fees for access? Simply ignored? CNPA is collecting information about how the California Public Records Act is working for reporters on the ground. Please share this email with your newsroom, and ask your editors and reporters to participate....

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Survey gauges industry health

Each year, the Newspaper Institute conducts a survey of publishers/managers in the newspaper industry. Its 2017 survey was completed by publishers/managers of more than 900 newspapers in the United States and Canada. The 2018 survey is now available for distribution. All information collected in this...

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Minimum wage … and other new laws

Heads up: California’s minimum wage has gone up 50 cents with the New Year. Catch up with other new regulations that impact your business by reading CNPA’s roundup. Know about: the disclosability of information relating to the oversight of a controversial clean energy loan program...

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Days to contest deadline: 13

With the deadline fast approaching, it’s time to gather your best work from 2017 for the California Journalism Awards (formerly known as the CNPA Better Newspapers Contest). Deadline for entries is Monday, Jan. 15. Entry instructions are available online. We’re using the BetterBNC system provided...

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