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Veterans photo project: Close the gaps

Over the past four years, community newspapers from across the country have joined the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s Faces Project. VVMF is the organization that built and maintains the Vietnam Veterans WALL in Washington D.C. Several years ago, the VVFM started a project known as...

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Free stuff: D.C. fellows to learn about aging workforce

The National Press Foundation invites applications for a March 11-14 fellowship in Washington, D.C. to learn about older workers and the labor market; new models for retirement; the future of Social Security and retirement savings; the gig economy; workforce discrimination; and how workers’ health impacts...

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State contest seeks top coverage of elder abuse issues

CNPA members whose newsrooms have covered elder abuse or dependent-adult abuse are encouraged to enter a new contest sponsored by the California Department of Social Services. The 2018 Elder & Dependent Adults Abuse Journalism Contest invites coverage of any angle of elder and dependent adult...

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‘Making Video Work in Your Newsroom’

It’s not easy to keep video in the forefront of your newsroom strategy. As an editor, how do you keep the focus on adding video, and what topics are better than others? And as a reporter, how do you produce quick-hit videos getting the best...

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Discounts for Mega-Conference in February in San Diego

The Key Executives Mega-Conference will be held Feb. 26-28, 2018, in San Diego. An expanded program with four tracks provides two dozen options to choose from during breakout sessions. The four tracks cover high-value topics, including: 1. Building Value in Our Core Brands Now Best...

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Be aware of new laws for 2018

By Jim Ewert and Nikki Moore Much of the work of the California Legislature in 2017 was driven by the 2016 Presidential election. Many bills that were introduced were direct attacks on the new administration’s policies on immigration and its attempts to repeal the affordable...

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Circulation Director

Lee Enterprises in Longview, WA seeks a proven leader to oversee our Circulation Department. The Circulation Director will build circulation through sales and promotion programs, the timely distribution and availability of Lee Enterprises Media products, and adherence to service standards and practices that satisfy the...

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