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Tom Cullinan to retire in Fresno

Tom Cullinan has announced that he will retire in November as publisher and president of The Fresno Bee. Cullinan, a member of the CNPA Board of Directors, had been with The Bee since 1984 and publisher since 2012. He also oversees The Tribune in San...

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Katie Byrne retires in Exeter

The Foothills Sun-Gazette last week hosted a farewell party for Mineral King Publishing President and CEO Katie Byrne, who retired after three decades in the newspaper business. Company partner Reggie Ellis continues as president and publisher.

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Free stuff: Rural health news column

The latest column by Trudy Lieberman for the Rural Health News Service is “Right-To-Try Drug Proposal Is a Solution For a Non-Existent Problem.” CNPA provides this content, in partnership with the Nebraska Press Association Foundation and other state press associations, with the support of a...

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‘Headlines That Pop!’

Engaging, creative, yet informative headlines don’t just happen. Jean Hodges walks through best practices, creative planning processes and tips for reporters, editors and designers. Headlines have never been more important for attracting readers online and in print. Learn the art and science of writing winning...

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‘The Basics of Reporting: What You Really Need to Know’

NewspaperAcademy.com is offering a series of basic classes in sales, design, production, writing and editing during September. Use the link below to register for this 90-minute webinars at a $20 Association discount: “The Basics of Reporting: What You Really Need to Know” Presenter: John Hatcher...

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‘The Most Important Basics of Newspaper Production’

NewspaperAcademy.com is offering a series of basic classes in sales, design, production, writing and editing during September. Use the link below to register for this 90-minute webinars at a $20 Association discount: “The Most Important Basics of Newspaper Production” Presenter: Kevin Slimp Sept. 20, Noon-1:30...

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‘The Basics of Newspaper Design: Starting from Scratch’

NewspaperAcademy.com is offering a series of basic classes in sales, design, production, writing and editing during September. Use the link below to register for this 90-minute webinars at a $20 Association discount: “The Basics of Newspaper Design: Starting from Scratch” Presenter: Ed Henninger Sept. 14,...

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