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Pre-Press Operator (Downtown Los Angeles)

The Metropolitan News Company has an immediate opening in Los Angeles. We are looking for someone with old-school newspaper pre-press skills. You will be stripping negatives and preparing plates for our open web newspaper press operation. You may also be used for newspaper jogging and...

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Reporter

The Porterville Recorder, a six-day a week daily newspaper, is seeking a full-time general assignment reporter to provide daily content for the print and web editions. We will hire a journalist with experience or a desire to work hard as a reporter, who is accurate...

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Eric Johnson to editor at Sacramento News & Review

Eric Johnson is now editor of the Sacramento News & Review, the paper reports. He has previously held editing positions at the Monterey County Weekly, Metro Silicon Valley and in Santa Cruz. Johnson also started his own newspaper, the alt-weekly Missoula (Mont.) Independent, while he...

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Three ‘Rights & Risks’ seminars set (updated Aug. 1)

Legal Counsel Nikki Moore will take CNPA’s “Rights and Risks” seminar to three Northern California newsrooms in coming weeks: Monday, Aug. 7, 1 p.m., Tracy Press, Tracy Thursday, Aug. 17, Auburn Journal, Auburn, at 11 a.m. Please note: The Wednesday, Aug. 2 seminar at the Feather...

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Body-camera bill passes out of public safety committee

On Tuesday, a measure sponsored by CNPA to make public certain body-camera footage presumptively disclosable was passed out of the Senate Public Safety Committee on a 5-2 vote. AB 748, by Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San Francisco), seeks to amend the investigatory record exemption of the...

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CPRA penalty bill gutted by hostile amendments

After advancing through the Assembly as a strong transparency measure, AB 1479 by Assemblymember Rob Bonta (D-Alameda) was amended in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to nullify the effectiveness of the bill. The measure would have allowed a judge to impose civil penalties on...

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