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Nonprofits offer stopgap solution to preserve investigative reporting

When the Investigative News Network, a national organization dedicated to supporting nonprofit news organizations, was established as a result of a meeting at The Pocantico Center in Tarrytown, N.Y., in 2009, journalists from only 27 organizations attended the meeting.

Police using social media both to aid press and bypass it to go directly to the public

Police departments in New England are using social media not only to inform the public and the press of breaking news, but also to promote their community service work and cultivate a return to community policing, aiding crime-solving efforts.

Davis' optimism mirrored in opportunities offered at NENPA winter convention

Kirk Davis oversees one of the country's largest newspaper chains, and says he remains inspired by storytelling. That trait means that the news business remains relevant, and Davis, the keynote speaker at this year's New England Newspaper and Press Association winter convention, sees optimism for the industry's growth and vibrancy reflected in that trait and in the possibilities of digital journalism...

Newspapers must take off their blinders and change

If there is one piece of advice Steve Gray would give to today's newspaper companies, it would be to change. "The big change, as I would describe it in its simplest form, is we need to change from big newspaper companies to local media companies," Gray said at the New England Newspaper and Press Association's winter convention...

Watchdog columnist leverages Google to shortcut his probes

When Dave Lieber first got into the newspaper business, he said he observed journalists working on investigative stories for three months or up to a year at a time. Lieber said he thought he could do the same thing, but in half a day. Acknowledging that they might not be as good, Lieber thought that such stories could be just as effective.

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