Four journalists, 19th century publisher honored with 2018 Yankee Quill awards

Four New England journalists will receive the Yankee Quill award this fall for their career contributions to the betterment of journalism in the six-state...

Hosting sponsored events is the art of a special deal

By Sophie Cannon, Bulletin Correspondent 'To sell these kinds of ideas, you've got to be thoughtful and creative. You've got to think what (companies) are trying to...

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...

Digital ‘revolution’ stimulates successes at Conn. news firm

By Alex Eng, Bulletin Correspondent A company-wide “revolution” in the staff and management approach to digital publishing led to dramatically increased revenue for the parent company of...

Blinder: Newspapers rock, but the wow factor sells ads

By Alison Berstein, Bulletin Correspondent 'When you do your elevator pitch, the response better be "wow!" The secret to that is benefit-driven. You don't have readership, you...

‘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...

Taking advantage of new marketing trend for luring customers to come to...

By Alison Berstein, Bulletin Correspondent In our overly stimulated, easily distracted society, companies look for new ways to reach their audience, according to Thales Teixeira, a digital...

Trump talk, triumphs of award winners dominate NENPA’s winter convention

By Alison Berstein, Bulletin Correspondent Could they be any happier? Robin Chan, at left, and Merrily Cassidy, at right, show the kind of joy repeated many times...

How to bring sensitivity to reporting on kids in crisis

By Morgan Mapstone, Bulletin Correspondent Reporting on child-related crises requires being both a journalist and a human being, according to Jennifer Berry Hawes. Hawes, projects reporter at the...