Murder Ink 2: Sequel returns to the scene of the crimes — newsrooms

By Alejandro Serrano, Bulletin Correspondent Gregory Norris reads his contribution to ‘Murder Ink 2’ to an attentive audience.Reporters will go to great lengths to get to the...

Treading the often thin line at private schools on free speech for...

By Morgan Mapstone, Bulletin Correspondent The U.S. Constitution may make no laws about limiting free speech, but that doesn't mean a university can’t do so in its...

Personalized outreach, data drive newspapers to improved retention

By Alejandro Serrano, Bulletin Correspondent Mather Economics uses a data-driven churn analysis to help newspapers develop a targeted, effective and efficient retention strategy, according to Matthew Lulay,...

Fact-checking grows in popularity, importance

By Tori Sullivan, Bulletin Correspondent 'Fact-checking is hard. It takes time, but, more critically, no one wants you to do it. It would be easier for politicians...

Caution, not fear, should shape attitudes toward threats of libel suits

By Jacob Sauberman, Bulletin Correspondent ‘There is a culture out there … to put media outlets out of business. The best defense is good reporting.’ —Robert Bertsche, Lawyer Prince...

New Hall of Famers urge questioning of authority, persistence vs. adversity

By Bailey Knecht, Bulletin Correspondent As the six new members of the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame were inducted Friday, Feb. 24, they all espoused the...

‘Great Ideas’: Creativity and diversified product lines sell more ads, local publishers...

By Alex Eng, Bulletin Correspondent ‘We found, as a council, that while we’re rapidly trying to grow our digital franchise, we’re leaving our print franchise in the...

Tiptoeing through the minefields inherent at community newspapers

By Gianna Barberia, Bulletin Correspondent “We’ll be sharing our war stories,” Earl Brechlin, editor of the Mount Desert Islander of Bar Harbor, Maine, said to a laughing...

Henninger’s cardinal sin of news design: Being dull

By Ryan Grewal, Bulletin Correspondent 'Violate any of my other advice before you be dull. If you're dull, you're signing your own death warrant. You're telling people,...

Develop sources with trust, nurture them with fairness

By Alejandro Serrano and Nadine El-Bawab, Bulletin Correspondent Panelist Stephen Kurkjian, center, shares a laugh with fellow panelists Kevin Landrigan and Anne Karolyi. For Stephen Kurkjian, a three-time Pulitzer...