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To protect and serve the common interests of its newsmedia members, to help members inform and thereby strengthen their communities, and to foster the highest ideals, ethics and traditions of journalism, a free press and the news profession.

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2 weeks to National Newspaper Week

This year’s observance of National Newspaper Week will be Oct. 4-10. “America/Canada Needs Journalists” is this year’s theme. This 80th annual event is a recognition of the service of newspapers and their employees across North America and is sponsored by Newspaper Association Managers, Inc., the consortium of...

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Racks? Daily Cal says, ‘Thanks’

The Daily Californian, a CNPA Campus Member, has found its way to some gently used newspaper racks. Thank you to The Sacramento Bee for answering the call and reaching out. The Daily Cal is UC Berkeley’s independent student newspaper, and, at 149 years old, one of the...

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Santa Paula Times is CNPA applicant

Santa Paula Times, a twice-weekly, paid, adjudicated newspaper in Ventura County, is an applicant for CNPA Active membership. Peggy Kelly is publisher. She had been a reporter since its launch in 1993 and acquired its assets in 2018. Until confirmation by the CNPA Board of...

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Indian Voices is CNPA applicant

Indian Voices has applied to be a CNPA Active Member. Rose Davis is editor and publisher of the San Diego-based monthly newspaper, founded in 1986. Until confirmation by the CNPA Board of Directors in October, Indian Voices is a provisional member of CNPA and is eligible...

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3 weeks to National Newspaper Week

This year’s observance of National Newspaper Week will be Oct. 4-10. “America/Canada Needs Journalists” is this year’s theme. This 80th annual event is a recognition of the service of newspapers and their employees across North America and is sponsored by Newspaper Association Managers, Inc., the consortium of North...

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Free ads support First Amendment

A national campaign promoted by The Free Speech Center features ads with celebrities explaining what First Amendment freedoms mean to them. Think “Got Milk?” for the Constitution. The campaign is totally non-partisan and directs the public and particularly students to 1forall, where they can learn more...

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Got racks? Daily Cal says, ‘Please’

The Daily Californian, a CNPA Campus Member, is looking for a donation of six or so gently used newspaper racks. The Daily Cal is UC Berkeley’s independent student newspaper, and, at 149 years old, one of the oldest papers west of the Mississippi. If you...

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