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Ken Riddick to publisher in Fresno, San Luis Obispo, Merced

Ken Riddick, publisher and president at McClatchy’s Modesto Bee, is the new top executive at The Fresno Bee, The Tribune in San Luis Obispo and the Merced Sun-Star, The Business Journal in Fresno reports. Riddick, Modesto publisher since 2014, once was pictures editor with The...

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Jim Boren to retire at Fresno Bee

Jim Boren, executive editor at The Fresno Bee and a part of the staff for 48 years, will retire in January, The Bee reports. Boren has been executive editor since 2012. He began at The Bee as a vacation relief reporter while a journalism student...

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Kim Fowler to publisher in Crescent City

Kim Fowler is the new publisher at Western Communications’ Del Norte Triplicate in Crescent City and the Curry Coastal in Brookings, Ore. She had been advertising director of the Pueblo (Colo.) Chieftain and succeeded Cindy Vosburg, who retired in June.

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Sean Thomas to editor at Calaveras Enterprise

Sean Thomas is now managing editor of the Calaveras Enterprise in San Andreas, the newspaper reports. Thomas had been a staff writer at The Enterprise since July 2016. He is a CSU Northridge alum and onetime digital editor at The Connection at Cosumnes River College...

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‘What’s The Big Idea?’

The California Press Foundation commissioned the collection and compilation of this report as a way to provide a convenient overview of organizations that offer strategic guidance regarding the fiscal support and furtherance of locally reported and published news. Cal Press staff engaged Kellen Browning, a...

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What’s the Big Idea?

The California Press Foundation commissioned the collection and compilation of this report as a way to provide a convenient overview of organizations that offer strategic guidance regarding the fiscal support and furtherance of locally reported and published news. Cal Press staff engaged Kellen Browning, a...

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‘What Works and What Doesn’t for Site Design?’

Almost all news organizations have a website, but few have researched how the design of the site can affect how audiences interact with news content. The Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin has done extensive research – what works, what...

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‘Engaging Readers with Email Newsletters’

Want to write email newsletters that people actually want to read? Do you see opportunities to grow referrals from emails? We’ll share ideas for where to put your resources, best practices, writing with tone (or not) and the technical how-to. GateHouse’s Senior Director of Content...

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