Colorado Press Association

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Colorado Press Association
FormationAugust 8, 1878; 140 years ago (1878-08-08)
TypeNon-profit organization
HeadquartersDenver, Colorado
Region served
 Colorado
Membership
350
WebsiteColorado Press Association Website

The Colorado Press Association is a non-profit association dedicated to promoting the newspaper industry in Colorado.

History[edit]

The Colorado State Press Association was formed in Denver, Colorado on August 8, 1878.[1] In 1889, J.D. Dillenback of the Western Newspaper Association pushed the Colorado Press Association in a new direction, advocating that the CPA should work to raise the professional standards of journalism in the state.[1] In 1920 the Colorado Press Association elected its first female president, Lois F. Allen.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "CPAHistory". CPA Association. 2011. Retrieved 14 May 2012.

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