There are no dumb questions, and other interviewing advice

Bulletin photos by Nadine El-Bawab  ‘This is not personal; we have questions to ask. I’m not trying to be a jerk, but I’m not trying...

Passion, community ties among keys for NENPA’s award-winning journalists

By Morgan Mapstone, Bulletin Correspondent ‘I like to be able to spend more time on a subject and learn more. My favorite assignments are those that allow...

Award tokens: Storytelling, advocacy, dogged reporting, strong local points of view

By Jesse Goodman, Bulletin Correspondent   ‘As time went by, the digital world came to be. The newspaper world started to feel more irrelevant. But coming...

Entrepreneurial speaker advocates changing jobs and embracing change

‘The people who I have found to be the sharpest and most interesting are people who have moved around a lot ... Conversely the...

Design is a balance between the analytical and the creative

By Alison Berstein, Bulletin Correspondent Ed Henninger is no stranger to newspapers. Henninger, an independent newspaper consultant for more than 25 years, is the director of Henninger Consulting,...

Ex-Globe reporter recounts his travels with John Kerry

Ex-Globe reporter recounts his travels with John Kerry By Jesse Goodman Bulletin Correspondent Glen Johnson was a reporter for The Sun of Lowell, Mass., when he...

A slick way to add $$: Add glossy mags

A slick way to add revenue at newspapers: Add glossy mags  By Nadine El-Bawab Bulletin Correspondent Al Getler, division sales manager at Advantage Newspaper Consultants in Burlington, Vt.,...

Be polite, persistent in seeking public records

Public records quest calls for polite, firm, persistent touch  By Nadine El-Bawab Bulletin Correspondent Often, government offices are unwilling to give out records to reporters even when that...

‘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...