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Industry News – Feb 2017

Japanese bank buys major investor in GateHouse for $3.3B Medford, Malden, Mass., daily papers go out of business Hardwick Gazette in Vermont bought...

Bordeleau’s career built on passion, ethics

By Leila Habib Bulletin Correspondent ‘It's not about your byline. It's about making sure you do the best job you can when you are reporting a...
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Industry News – Mar 2017

Vt. lawmakers consider shield law for journalists GateHouse unit buys Boston’s Color Magazine R.I.’s Journal, six others drop PolitiFact Boston Globe using Facebook...

CNHI explores sale of newspaper company

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – CNHI, LLC, one of the country’s leading providers of local news and information, said Monday it is exploring the sale of...
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Industry News – Mar 2017

Owner of dailies in Conn. buys Willimantic daily GateHouse moving Framingham plant to other print sites Vt. Senate to act on proposed journalist...

Help fight the newsprint tariffs on Canadian newsprint

A Message From the News Media Alliance On July 17, 2018, the International Trade Commission will hear testimony on the preliminary tariffs. We have asked...
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Industry News – Apr 2017

Mass. plant to shed 49 jobs in merger of GateHouse printing Suit: Vt. AG withheld public files for political reasons Mass. AG defends...
Vermont standard fire photo by eric francis

Vermont Standard building destroyed by fire

On Monday, July 16, an early morning fire destroyed the building that houses The Vermont Standard newspaper, in Woodstock, VT. In addition to the Standard...
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Industry News – Apr 2017

Globe shifts focus to digital readers and subscribers Maine solons KO gov’s veto of law on legal ads posting Vt. shield law for...

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...