The New England Newspaper Conference is one of the most prestigious newspaper events of the year. The annual program features top experts and sessions that address relevant and timely topics in the newspaper industry to ensure their long-term sustainability.
This year, the New England Newspaper Conference was held remotely on November 17, 18 and 19, 2020.
If you missed it you can still purchase access to a recording of each day’s program which includes a keynote speaker as well as awards presentations for the region’s highest achievements. Links to slides and handouts from keynote session speakers are also included.

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Day One Recorded
Nov. 17, 2020

The Future of Newspaper Journalism
Ken Harding, FTI Consulting, Senior Managing Director Publishing + Media

Presentation Slides

Publick Occurrences Awards – Named for Publick Occurrences, the first newspaper published in America in 1690, these awards recognize the year’s most outstanding journalism by individuals and teams at New England newsrooms.

Day Two Recorded
Nov. 18, 2020

Engaging Virtual Events for Local Media
Rodney Gibbs, Executive Director, Texas Tribune Revenue Lab

Presentation Slides

Getting Started With Virtual Events

Chat Links

New England’s most prestigious editorial awards – Allan B. Rogers Editorial Award, New England First Amendment Award, Bob Wallack Community Journalism Award, and AP Sevellon Brown New England Journalist of the Year.

Day Three Recorded
Nov. 19, 2020

Diversity, Trust and Inclusion in Journalism
Martin G. Reynolds, Co-Executive Director, External Affairs and Funding, Maynard Institute

Anti-Racism Resources

Holding Ourselves Accountable To Our Values

New England Newspaper of the Year Awards – our region’s best daily, weekly and specialty newspapers, are named in a range of circulation categories.