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Jay Scott joins Lee in Napa

Jay Scott is now president and director of Sales & Marketing for Lee Enterprises’ Napa Valley Publishing, which publishes the Napa Valley Register, St. Helena Star and Weekly Calistogan, The Register reports. Scott had been in digital sales with MediaNews Group’s AdTaxi and previously was with Hearst in the Bay...

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Director, Digital Sales

Director, Digital Sales – Bay Area News Group San Jose, California Bay Area News Group, a subsidiary of MediaNews Group, is seeking a Director of Sales to join the team!  MediaNews Group offers news reporting and third party advertising and marketing opportunities through its multi-platform...

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S.F. Examiner rolls out broadsheet

Clint Reilly Communications’ San Francisco Examiner launched a broadsheet redesign on Nov. 14 that creates a sectional focus to the content and aims to convey San Francisco “in all its complicated glory.” “Our high-concept redesign and unexpected sectioning makes a statement that will capture readers’ attention, and signifies...

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McCombs, Deuel to Newspaper Hall of Fame

The California Press Foundation will induct Allen P. McCombs and Charles Hastings Deuel into the California Newspaper Hall of Fame this Dec. 3. McCombs (1929-2021) was the owner of Champion Newspapers in Chino from 1956 to 2017 and was its publisher until 2006. He was CNPA president...

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For your consideration: Health reporting grants

Apply by Dec. 1 for a grant from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2021 California Impact Fund. The program welcomes applications from journalists or newsrooms that want to tackle ambitious investigative or explanatory projects – by themselves, as a newsroom-wide undertaking or as...

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Know an F.O.I. hero? Let FAC know

Nominations are now open for the First Amendment Coalition’s Free Speech & Open Government Award, given each year to recognize significant achievement in advancing freedom of information and expression. The winner could be a journalist, activist, blogger, lawyer, news organization, software developer or whistleblower —...

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NewsTrain coming in March

APME’s NewsTrain is coming to California March 18-19, 2022. The two-day, $75 workshop will be held at CSU Fresno. It had been scheduled for March 2020 but was postponed. NewsTrain is a national touring workshop sponsored by Associated Press Managing Editors that has served more than 7,500...

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DJC Technology Editor

The Daily Journal, the legal affairs newspaper in California, is hiring a technology editor in Los Angeles.  This position requires maintaining several websites, editing podcasts and video and some writing.  A successful candidate will have experience using audio and video editing software.  Email a resume...

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DJC LA Reporters to Cover Trials

The Daily Journal, the legal affairs newspaper in California, is hiring reporters to cover trials in Los Angeles and San Francisco.  A successful candidate will have 5 years reporting experience in a daily news environment.  This job entails covering major civil litigation from inception to...

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