How social media teams can and should combat fake news

How social media teams can and should combat fake news By Jess DeWitt Bulletin Staff In an era beleaguered by fake news, having a strong social media team...

In simple or complex forms, data journalism adds power to stories, a...

By Bailey Knecht, Bulletin Correspondent ‘Data journalism doesn't always have to be about fancy visualizations or really complicated math or sort of impenetrable science. A lot of...

Bouknight elected NESNE president

      Bouknight elected NESNE president Paula Bouknight, assistant managing editor for hiring and development at The Boston Globe, was elected president of the New England Society...

Podcasts enhance newspaper content

Podcasts can – and should – enhance newspaper content   By Rebekah Patton Bulletin Correspondent In the push to expand storytelling beyond print, podcasting has become increasingly...

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...

Award Winners – Better Newspaper Competition

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Senators see Journalist Protection Act as a means of safeguarding Democracy

By John Voket - President, NENPA As recently as a few days ago, The Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump's pushback over being peppered...

Increasingly popular video becomes a must for coverage

By Alejandro Serrano, Bulletin Correspondent This year is definitely the year of video for news organizations, according to Al Getler, former publisher of The Burlington (Vt.) Free...

Facebook Journalism Project: News Day

Facebook Journalism Project: News Day is coming to Boston. Many newsrooms and news organizations around the country are collaborating with Facebook on tools, trainings and...