2018 convention features a new site, lots of new ideas for innovation

NENPA’s 2018 convention features a new site, lots of new ideas for innovation By Jess DeWitt Bulletin Staff One change for the annual New England Newspaper and Press Association...

Don’t let sloppy copy get in the way of a good story: Be your...

‘There is a value to good copy editing, now more than ever. If your copy is not clean, it raises doubts in the reader’s...

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...

Reporting on sexual assault requires diligence, caution

By Julia Hutchins Bulletin Correspondent Sexual assault has become an increasingly prevalent topic in the news, especially with the current #metoo movement. That doesn’t make it...

Fighting firehose of falsehood

Fighting the ‘firehose of falsehood’ By Kaitlyn Mangelinkx Bulletin Correspondent “Fear has a lot to do with what people believe and why they believe it.” Jane Elizabeth, director of...

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...

Celebration time!

Celebration time!

NEFAC Awards Luncheon

Jane Mayer will receive the New England First Amendment Coalition‘s 2018 Stephen Hamblett First Amendment Award.  Mayer, a writer for The New Yorker since 1995,...

Convention 2018

The winners and the audience at the New England First Amendment Coalition’s awards luncheon Friday, Feb. 23, are shown above, clockwise from top left:...

Better Newspaper Competition Advertising Awards Celebration

Each year NENPA is proud to celebrate and honor truly extraordinary work through the Better Newspaper Competition. This year’s entries were evaluated by the...