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Industry News – May 2017

Ellen F. Beveridge Shirley Elbe Bruce F. Dobson Michael J.B. Kelly Denise Lorraine (Croisetiere) Larrivee Diane G. Longley Robert E. Marquand Margaret Morrissey ...

LMC Releases Member Survey of COVID-19 Impact on Local Newspapers

NEW YORK – The Local Media Consortium released the results of an FTI Consulting survey of COVID-19’s effect on local newspapers, which...

HD Media Files Federal Antitrust Suit Against Google and Facebook

On Jan. 29, HD Media Co., LLC filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google and Facebook in the Southern District of West Virginia.

AJP’s deadline for 2021 grants is July 12

The deadline for Letters of Inquiry (LOIs) to be considered for American Journalism Project grants in 2021 is July 12th. For the rest of this...

2021 Publick Occurrences, Top Individual and New England Newspaper of the Year Award Finalists

CONFERENCE HOME | SCHEDULE | SPONSORS | REGISTER At the New England Newspaper Conference on October 21 and 22, we will present the 2021 Publick Occurences, Top Individual, and New England...

Three from New England included in E&P’s 25 under 35

Three people from New England are included in Editor & Publisher's exclusive story, 25 under 35, that recognizes the next generation of news publishing...

USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s all-expenses-paid 2022 National Fellowship

The USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism's all-expenses-paid 2022 National Fellowship helps journalists, and their newsrooms, report deeply and authoritatively on the health, welfare,...

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...

New England Newspaper Conference and Awards Open For Registration

Registration is now open for the 2020 New England Newspaper Virtual Conference and Awards presentation! REGISTER TODAY

You Can’t Have Democracy Without A Free Press

There’s a reason we need a free press, despite its faults and foibles: Democracy won’t work without it.