Paul R. Miller

Paul R. Miller manages the daily operations of the newsroom and sentinelsource.com, the paper’s online version, and is responsible for the direction, standards and policies of the news operation, as well as their implementation. He has worked for The Sentinel, one of the nation’s oldest continuously published newspapers, for...

Wendy Lu

I am a national reporter based in New York City. I’ve written for The New York Times, Teen Vogue, Bustle, Columbia Journalism Review, Newsday, and many others. I write about a wide range of health disparities and social issues within disability communities, including topics like family, education, relationships, gender dynamics, and policy....

Celebration time!

Celebration time!
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 accountability journalism at the American Press Institute, used that quote to begin her session, “Reaching the ‘fact-resistant’: How to engage partisan audiences through trust and...

Convention Scenery

Convention Scenery Speaker moments... They included times of quiet reflection, speakers as seen from the audience's perspective, and shadowy scenes framed by the low light for video displays.   Audience moments... A time for expressions of appreciation, for questions,   Celebratory moments... The audience and award winners found multiple ways to react to the joy of victory,...
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 winter convention this year was its location. It was held for the first time at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in South Boston. But the more...
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 is the best way for newsrooms to combat the spreading of misinformation, according to Jane Elizabeth, director of accountability journalism for American Press Institute in...
2018 NENPA Winter Convention Bettering journalists’ abilities to cover disabilities of others By Kaitlyn Mangelinkx Bulletin Correspondent John Voket, associate editor of The Newtown (Conn.) Bee, received a mass email note last year to U.S. journalists that sparked an idea to help fellow journalists. The note read, in part: “Fully one in five people (56...
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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, covers politics, culture, and national security for the magazine. Mayer is perhaps best known for her accountability journalism and her ability to expose the underpinnings...