Continental Features/Continental News Service is a national and international news-gathering organization and newspaper-feature agency which publishes the periodic 26-page, general-interest newsmagazine Continental Newstime (ISSN 1096-1712), divisible into bi-weekly sections, that is heavy on news, information, and feature content and that is currently into its 35th year. Now, CF/CNS, celebrating our 41st anniversary on August 19,2021, specializes in covering the unreported and under-reported world and national (U.S.) news/information, through Continental Newstime newsmagazine...
While supplies of recent digest-size editions last, you may order a sample copy (a $4.25 value)--for mailing to a U.S. destination--just by writing us and enclosing a self-addressed 9" X 12" envelope with postage of US$1.40 affixed.
In publishing Continental Newstime, we are influenced by market research which recommended that we examine and review government and professional studies and reports, which emphasized that readers expect investigative reports and muck-raking journalism, which revealed that readers appreciate the turn of phrase that helps in comprehension of the news, and which advised a focus on Sports. But, then, CF/CNS' thorough discussion of public-policy matters is "an idea as old as the Republic."
Continental Newstime newsmagazine--the "people's public-interest newspaper" --which doubles as our newspaper-feature catalog for U.S. and foreign newspaper editors and publishers, contains our investigative reports and a wide variety of newspaper features. To place an order for primary advertising space in the current large-print edition, send check or money order for US$4.50. To place a 12-month order, please prepare check or money order for US$54--Canadian and foreign orders are US$86.40 annually. [Orders include the monthly newsletter Inkslinger's Review and, as explained on the Budget Outdoor Ad page, are advertising orders carrying an entitlement to primary advertising space and, potentially, to secondary advertising space.]
The Cascade Summit public-policy interview series represents a continuation of the Continental News Service's "Question Time with Public Officials" newspaper feature compiled from interviews at Republican and Democrat National Conventions, sessions of National Governors Association conferences, and meetings of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, as well as a Presidential Debate.
Following California Senator Dianne Feinstein (on the President's nomination for Comptroller of the Currency), our most-recent guests on the Cascade Summit public-policy interview and discussion series have been Democrat candidate for Congress Max Steiner (California's First Congressional District) and Republican nominee for Governor of California, State Senator Brian Dahle. (During the 19-question, 45-minute interview, the California State Senator outlined his and voters' impressions of the performance of the Newsom Administration and provided his plan for charting the way forward.)
Previously, "Question Time with Public Officials" has included Q & A with individuals formerly or presently on the national scene; namely, Secretary of State George Shultz, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack. Speakers of the House: Jim Wright, Newt Gingrich, Nancy Pelosi. Some of the Congressmen included: Dennis Kucinich, Barney Frank, Ed Markey, Henry Waxman. Some of the Senators included: Ron Wyden, Olympia Snowe, Max Baucus, Orrin Hatch, Chuck Grassley, Patrick Leahy, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Lamar Alexander. Some of the Governors included: George Pataki, Gray Davis, Rick Perry, Terry McAuliffe, Butch Otter, Mike Leavitt, Nikki Haley, George Allen, Gary Herbert, Rick Scott, Maggie Hassan, Mike Huckabee, and Ann Richards. Q & A has been conducted with one-time Republican National Chairman Haley Barbour and one-time Republican National Chairman Marc Racicot, as well.
For the last 41+ years, we have published a newsletter for hospital patients--the above-mentioned Inkslinger's Review and consisting of light, informative and entertaining reading.
We operated a Washington, D.C.-area news bureau in 1989. Currently, in this age of the Internet, we manage conducting operations in San Diego, California and also operate a news bureau in the Pacific Northwest. **"With Kids' Newstime and our special news editions... Continental News publishes a newspaper for every state, over the course of time!" Besides, CF/CNS is available to help would-be editors and publishers launch new on-line or print newspapers for unserved or under-served areas of the U.S.
*Also, for our rural friends both in the West and East, we continue to offer the Country Neighbor Edition of Continental Newstime general-interest magazine, on the same terms as above.
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Gary P. Salamone ("America's Editor"),
P.S. We also publish the following:
Dorris News Edition of Continental Newstime
P.O. Box 546
Dorris, California 96023-0546
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