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...

2017 Yankee Quill Award winners

  Bulletin photo by Jonathan Polen Yankee Quill winners reflect on past, today’s state of news Jesse Goodman, Bulletin Correspondent During the 57th Annual Yankee Quill Awards...

‘Extraordinary work’ honored at New England Newspaper Awards

By Alison Berstein, Bulletin Staff Bulletin photo by Jonathan Polen The 2017 New England Newspaper Awards featured 10 multiple winners, led by The Berkshire Eagle of...

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...

Keynote speaker Yunt: Papers’ survival depends on open minds, communication

By Alison Berstein Bulletin correspondent ‘If there’s one thing you walk away with today: Am I communicating as broadly, openly, effectively, as I need 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...

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...

Panelists: Analytics alter approaches to how news is covered, presented

The four panelists at the discussion on using analytics in news decisions, from left: Tom Zuppa, David Colantuono, Jason Tuohey and Carlos Virgen. Panelists: Analytics...