More ‘Murder’ in play for NENPA convention

By Sophie Cannon, Bulletin Correspondent Anyone who has worked in a newsroom any length of time has war stories they tell about memorable incidents there, and some...

‘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...

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...

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...

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,...

Relating data to effects on people powers impact of investigative reports

By Morgan Mapstone, Bulletin Correspondent Managing time and data correctly is crucial to the success of an investigative story, according to Jenifer McKim, a senior investigative reporter...

NENPA convention’s opening highlights

Thales Teixeira gestures during his keynote speech at the opening session Friday, Feb. 24, of the New England Newspaper & Press Association's 2017 winter...

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,...

Bettering journalist’s abilities to cover disabilities of others

2018 NENPA Winter Convention Bettering journalists’ abilities to cover disabilities of others By Kaitlyn Mangelinkx Bulletin Correspondent John Voket, associate editor of The Newtown (Conn.) Bee, received a mass...

Newspapers can still reverse damage done by disrupters

By Aneri Pattani, Bulletin Correspondent 'Local newspapers have as their best monopoly community news.'    —Thales Teixeira, Marketing professor, Harvard Business School The disruption of the newspaper industry began...