FOR MORE THAN 120 YEARS, the California Newspaper Publishers Association has protected the mutual interests of the state's newspapers, from the smallest weekly to the largest metropolitan daily.
CNPA plays a vital role in California's newspaper industry, successfully influencing legislation in Sacramento, sponsoring an annual newspaper contest and summit, and promoting seminars on topics crucial to newspaper operations and viability.
More than 700 member newspapers of all sizes have found that the benefits of CNPA membership can be one of their most valuable resources. Any daily, weekly or monthly California newspaper that has published news of general interest for at least one year may apply for membership.
Annual dues are billed quarterly and are determined by a newspaper's annual gross revenue. Campus newspapers, college or high school, also may join CNPA.
To learn more, see Benefits of Membership.