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...

Recipients call for relentless pursuit, defense of the truth

By Aneri Pattani, Bulletin Correspondent ‘Just as the First Amendment protects us, we must return the framers' great favor and protect it. We do that by insisting...

Panel urges journalists to stand up to Trump, and for the First...

By Katherine Isbell, Bulletin Correspondent Panelists for the convention session on “The next four years and the press” were, from left, Carolyn Lumsden, Bill Ketter, Asma Khalid,...

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...

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...

Print, mobile publishing can coexist, complement each other

By Alex Eng, Bulletin Correspondent Mobile publishing tailors its content to the public’s specific information needs and might be the next big trend in local news reporting,...

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...

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...

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...

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...