The South Pasadenan News staff is humbled by the response and proud to be accepted into the CNPA.
The California News Publishers Association received the initial application back on May 5, and approved acceptance as of July 30.
“This marks an important milestone for our local news organization… the reporters, journalists, contributors, and production staff are all incredibly dedicated”, he continues, “We look forward to being worthy of our readership, as well as our new relationship with the CNPA”, says publisher Steven Lawrence.
From the CNPA:
For 132 years, the California News 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. Here are some of the many services the association provides on behalf of its diverse body of members.