• California Sunday Magazine is stopping publication and will cut staff, the LA Times reported. Two years ago, its publisher, Pop-Up Magazine Productions, was bought by Emerson Collective, founded by Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Steve Jobs. Emerson Collective also took majority ownership in the Atlantic.

Lee Enterprises is hosting a nationwide virtual career fair starting from Oct. 14 to 25. More than 330 companies from at least 20 states will participate in the Anywhere Career Fair, according to the Lee-owned La Crosse Tribune.

• Santa Cruz’s Good Times (California) weekly has bought the Press-Banner from Tank Town Media.

• In May 2020, DCOS inked a deal with Tryck i Norrbotten (Lulea, Sweden) to future-proof their eight tower, single folder Goss Magnum press. The order includes a full DCOS package solution, replacing and retrofitting the complete Omnicon system, the shaftless drive system and the QTI Multicam system. The installation will take place in the fourth quarter of 2020.

• Detroit-based Outlier Media has decided not to finalize a merger with the MuckRock Foundation.