Governor Newsom Announces Quarterly “On the Record” Column to Reach Diverse Communities

Governor Newsom Announces Quarterly “On the Record” Column to Reach Diverse Communities

Sacramento, CA – Earlier this month Governor Gavin Newsom announced an historic media collaboration with the California Black Media, Black Voice News, Ethnic Media Services, ImpreMedia, Univision, LGBTQ outlets, Bay Area Reporter and the Los Angeles Blade to contribute an original quarterly column on timely public policy issues impacting Californians across the state.

The quarterly “On the Record with Gavin Newsom” column will be translated into at least six languages and distributed quarterly starting in December. Each column will be posted for public access on the Governor’s website and published online or in print in the over 50 participating media outlets.  Any media outlet is welcome to pull the column from the Governor’s website to publish in their outlet.  

Sandy Close, Director of the nonprofit Ethnic Media Services, shared the idea for the column grew out of a two year effort by representatives of Black, Latino, Asian and Native media to educate state legislators and decision makers about the sector’s role and to forge a multi-ethnic media advocacy voice. 

“California is proud to be the most diverse state in the world’s most diverse democracy,” said Governor Newsom. “All Californians deserve to know that their government is working for them, especially in rural and Inland communities that have long felt that they do not truly have a voice in Sacramento. We look forward to collaborating with our media partners—and inviting others who might be interested in partnering—to bring our California for All message to communities across our state.

Regina Brown Wilson, director of California Black Media, says the column “couldn’t come at a more critical time. In this information era dominated by high tech platforms, Governor Newsom is sending an important signal that government needs high touch communicators embedded in and trusted by their local communities.” 

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