Deadline extended to December 20 for New England Equity Reporting Fellowship

Applications for the program are now closed. Participants will be contacted no later than January 3, 2022, about acceptance into the program. New England journalists...

2022 New England Journalism Student Scholarship Deadline Extended

The New England Newspaper and Press Association awards up to 10 scholarships each year to aspiring journalists through the Journalism Education Foundation of New...

NENPA Office Going Fully Remote

Dear NENPA members, For the past five years, NENPA has leased office space from the Daily Times Chronicle in Woburn, Mass. Prior to that, we...

Apply By October 7 Equity and Belonging Newsroom Transformation Program

The Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education is now accepting applications for its new Equity & Belonging Newsroom Transformation program, funded by the John...
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Industry News – Mar 2017

Vt. lawmakers consider shield law for journalists GateHouse unit buys Boston’s Color Magazine R.I.’s Journal, six others drop PolitiFact Boston Globe using Facebook...

New England Newspaper Conference Awards Was A Place For Publications, Journalists To Shine

While a couple of changes marked the 2019 NENPA Fall Newspaper Conference - namely a new location at the AC Hotel Marriott...

DOL ruling allows for reporters, photographers to be treated as salaried employees

READ THE RULING On January 20 the United States Department of Labor published four opinion letters in response...

Digital Advertising Revenue Playbook for Small and Midsize Pubs

The Google News Initiative (GNI), in partnership with the Local Media Consortium (LMC), announced the publication of the GNI Advertising Revenue Playbook,...

NEFAC Announces Journalism Fellows for New England First Amendment Institute

The New England First Amendment Coalition is pleased to announce the incoming class of fellows for its 2021 New England First Amendment Institute. Now in its 11th year,...

Color Us Connected Column Unites Communities in Maine and Alabama

This story ran on the CBS Evening News on January 5. Alabama's Tuskegee News has never had a journalist like Amy Miller. She lives more...