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Panel aims to clarify misunderstandings about guns, Second Amendment

Many reporters and editors who are covering gun rights do not have a good working knowledge of the history of the Second Amendment, according to Jonathan F. Kellogg, executive editor of the Republican-American of Waterbury, Conn.

Expert: How to use LinkedIn as a link to better reporting

Yumi Wilson wants journalists to know that if they see LinkedIn as simply a job board, they'll miss a bevy of powerful research tools to ease reporting in the newsroom. Not only is the social network an obvious go-to for job hunting and sourcing, it also offers training specifically to journalists on how to use its features to streamline reporting, particularly its deep advanced search functionality. As a result, LinkedIn can be a valuable resource for reporters and writers to break news...

Developing digital culture iskey to success in journalism

Creating and engaging in digital culture is the way to succeed in modern journalism, according to Robert Hernandez, assistant professor of professional practice at the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism in Los Angeles...

New location, but traditional fare for learning experiences, awards events, networking

For the first time, the New England Newspaper and Press Association's annual two-day winter convention will be held entirely at the Seaport Boston Hotel in South Boston. Despite the nontraditional location, the traditional activities and schedule for the convention will stay in place...

Lieber to offer tips on quick-hit investigations, better storytelling

Dave Lieber wants to improve storytelling on a grand scale, and believes anyone can do it -- with the right formula. Drawing on a 40-year journalism career that spans from Philadelphia to Dallas, Lieber, a columnist for the Dallas Morning News, plans to present two talks at the New England Newspaper and Press Association's winter convention: one on storytelling and one detailing how to conduct quick-hitting investigative news reports...

Davis, GateHouse upbeat about community papers

GateHouse Media believes in newspapers and Kirk Davis, its chief executive officer, plans to convey that optimism at the New England Newspaper and Press Association's winter convention. Davis will be the keynote speaker and open NENPA's winter convention Feb. 20 at the Seaport Boston Hotel in South Boston.


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