California Newspaper Publishers Association

Editor's Notebook: Today’s big news is there’s hope for tomorrow

It’s no secret that newspapers have taken a hit in the last 10 years. Some have closed, others have downsized, and still others have gone entirely digital, forsaking paper fo ...

Another View: Here’s an event you can sink your teeth into

Nobody has ever mistaken me for the famous chef Emeril Lagasse. If the sun was in just the right place, I guess someone might get our shadows confused.  We do share the same n ...

Reader Input: Kudos for AJ honor wins

Todd Frantz and Jenifer Gee: Congratulations to both of you for leading the Auburn Journal and several other Journal family newspapers to top awards in the California Newspaper P ...

Reader Input: Journal’s win is readers’ victory, too

Congratulations to the Auburn Journal on winning the General Excellence Award last week from the California Newspaper Publishers Association. This is a significant achievement that ...

Another View: Politicos promote passion for the press

In an increasingly diverse media world where people pull their information from a multitude of sources, it was a pleasure to hear a group that is sometimes not very news friendly, ...

Lawmakers talk pensions, lawsuits at CNPA day

State leaders sounded off on pensions, redevelopment and whether the controller has the right to withhold legislature pay at a gathering Wednesday of newspaper leaders. The Califo ...

Journal wins awards in Better Newspapers contest

The Auburn Journal has won two awards in the California Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspapers Contest, and other Gold Country Media publications shined as well. The r ...

Inside the Fishbowl: State of the community, newspaper quality are both about people

As I start my 15th year as editor of the Auburn Journal this month, I can’t help but reflect on how much has changed, although much remains the same. This week we heard from the ...

Journal upholds news excellence

To Tony Hazarian, publisher, and Deric Rothe, general manager/editor: Congratulations. Wow! Four first-place and five second-place awards from the California Newspaper Publishers ...

Government paints bleak picture for newspaper editors

SACRAMENTO - Newspaper editors and publishers from around California heard about the state of economy and its future Wednesday. The 14th Annual Governmental Affairs Day, hosted by ...