Jim Stasiowski, writing coach

About three deaths in August

Jim Stasiowski Writing Writing coach Jim Stasiowski welcomes your questions or comments. Call him at (775) 354-2872 or write to: 2499 Ivory Ann Drive Sparks, Nev. 89436.Jerry Lewis made me laugh, especially when I was...

Teaching an old(ish) dog …

Kevin Slimp Kevin Slimp is director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. Email questions to him at kevin@kevinslimp.comI remember the first time I spoke in Chattanooga, Tenn....

Inviting uncomfortable ideas for new products

Uncomfortable ideas sought at session designed to develop new products for newspapers Rebekah Patton Bulletin Correspondent Continuing a theme from his earlier keynote speech, Jason Feifer,...

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...
Winter Convention 2019 Register

Registration Is Open For The 2019 New England Newspaper Convention

Believe it or not 2019 is right around the corner ... and so is the largest newspaper convention in New England. The 2019 New England...

Hosting sponsored events is the art of a special deal

By Sophie Cannon, Bulletin Correspondent 'To sell these kinds of ideas, you've got to be thoughtful and creative. You've got to think what (companies) are trying to...

Dave Daley – Bruce Putterman

Bruce Putterman has been appointed chief executive officer and publisher as of April 10 of The Connecticut News Project, a nonprofit organization that publishes...
John Foust Advertising

How to make a good second impression

John Foust John Foust has conducted training programs for thousands of newspaper advertising professionals. Many ad departments are using his training videos to...

Speaker’s advice: Be your audience

By Alison Berstein Bulletin Correspondent David Woronoff has some simple advice about the newspaper industry: “If you break it down, ‘news’ is a lot more important...

Transitions

MAINE  Steve Fuller has left as city hall reporter with The Ellsworth American to begin a job as assistant to the city planner at Ellsworth...