The Inland Press Association invites CNPA members to participate in the 2015 Newspaper Industry Compensation Survey.
We're convinced that the winning entry is still out there ... and we're sure that you've got it. Here's all you need to know to enter:
Working together was one motto of Feb. 11's Governmental Affairs Day, co-hosted by CNPA, the National Association of Hispanic Publications and California Black Media.
Metro Creative Graphics, a CNPA Allied Partner, has launched a website that provides quick returns on searches for concepts and images to build effective advertising campaigns. The company also offers a new Interactive SearchBook that connects users directly with every idea, image, ad, and tool on the site for instant downloading.
The CNPA Board of Directors on Feb. 12 approved these new Addional Active members. Their Active member is the American River Messenger in Carmichael, Sacramento County. Paul V. Scholl is publisher.
CNPA's 18th Annual Governmental Affairs Day begins at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 11 at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento. Dozens of CNPA-member publishers, editors and other key people will meet and interact with California's new legislators and legislative leaders.
A reminder that Better Newspapers Contest judging is Wednesday, Feb. 18 at the Hilton, Sacramento Arden West. We still need more on-site judges, so if Feb. 18 works for you, please drop a note to Bryan Clark that you can devote a day to reviewing the first round of contest entries.