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Wire/Copy Editor (Los Angeles)

The Metropolitan News Company has an immediate opening in Los Angeles. You will generate content, select, gather, and edit news and news photos for our newspapers. Outstanding wage and benefits, including medical, dental and life insurance, vacation, and more all make up an exceptional opening....

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Contest site ready for entries

The contest entry system for the 2017 California Journalism Awards (formerly known as the CNPA Better Newspapers Contest) is now open. Instructions for registering and uploading your entries are available online. This year’s competition uses the BetterBNC system provided by SmallTownPapers, a CNPA Allied Partner....

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Video: ‘Fake News & The First Amendment’

The First Amendment Coalition and California Press Foundation hosted a panel session on “Fake News & The First Amendment — The Search for Truth in the Post Truth Era.” Video link The event was held last Thursday at the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel in...

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Cal Press presents annual awards

The California Press Foundation last week presented the Justus F. Craemer Newspaper Executives of the Year award to Jim and Lisa Rule, publishers of Acorn Newspapers in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Also honored were Dick Fogel, Charlotta Bass, Ben Bagdikian, Cheryl Brown and Marcia...

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Tim Ritchey to general manager at Modesto Bee

Tim Ritchey becomes general manager and advertising vice president at The Modesto Bee, the newspaper reports. He had been senior vice president for sales and marketing. Ritchey, with Modesto since 2007, previously spent 13 years with The Fresno Bee. “In the GM role, Tim will...

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Dave Kellogg to managing editor at Monterey Herald

Dave Kellogg is now managing editor at the Monterey Herald, the newspaper reported. He had been city editor and has been with The Herald since 2002. Kellogg was sports editor from 2002 to 2008 and previously was with the San Jose Mercury News. Don Miller,...

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Mark Henschen heads circulation venture

Newspaper veteran Mark Henschen has teamed with Global Ad Distribution’s Kennedy Higdon and Pete Friedrich to form Las Vegas-based Horizon Delivery, LLC. Henschen, who most recently was publisher of the Arizona Daily Star, will be Horizon’s president and CEO. He previously was a circulation executive...

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