Hollister Downtown Association members listen to presentations by San Benito County news providers. Photos by Leslie David.

Business / Economy

Members eat and learn about local news at HDA breakfast

Online-only news sources speak on serving the public.

Maureen Cain, right, of the Aromas Progressive Action League, addresses the audience at a panel discussion the group hosted titled "Local Democracy Dies in Darkness." Three local journalists made up the panel. They are Mark Paxton, left, Julia Reynolds Martinez and Wayne Norton.


Veteran journalists weigh in on downsizing, loss of local newspapers

Panel of journalists decry downsizing, loss of daily newspapers but see promise in online news and call the world of news media the "Wild West".

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OPINION: Seek freedom from the left/right paradigm

We certainly cannot rely on the spectrum of mainstream media, left or right

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OPINION: The Fake, Fake News Controversy

Fake news is not new, it’s the oldest of old hats

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Art & Culture

Take Google Cardboard for a test drive!

Come try out this low-tech tool that makes high-tech VR magic at CMAP TV's free "Pop-Up Studio" on Feb. 5



CMAP Announces Summer Schedule

Summer media courses start at the end of June, including workshops on GoPro video, smartphone videography and citizen journalism

Audience pours over the subtle differences between the plans being offered.

Government / Politics

KUSP still fights for survival

The radio station that provides a solid signal in San Benito County for NPR news and regional coverage is struggling to stay in operation

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COMMENTARY: American shabby loves Downton Abbey

Under-dressed Americans admire the over-dressed English