Are you telling your own stories?

I circulated a column celebrating community newspapers earlier this year in recognition of Sunshine Week. Its publication prompted a few comments. One reader, who hailed...

Don’t Miss the Deadline for the Better Newspaper Competition

The deadline has been extended until Friday November 1, 2019.NEW CATEGORIES - EDITORIAL/MULTIMEDIA/PHOTOGRAPHY Best Solutions Journalism Project - This award...

Bill Elfers, Creator of Community Newspaper Company Has Died

Bill Elfers died peacefully at home on November 28, 2020, after a long struggle with ALS.

NEFAC, MNPA and NENPA ask for transparency in Mass. Governor-Elect Maura Healey’s office

The New England First Amendment Coalition, Massachusetts Newspaper Publishers Association, and the New England Newspaper & Press Association called on Mass. Governor-Elect Maura Healey in a Dec. 19...

Goldsmith Investigative Reporting Prize Entries Due Jan. 2, 2020

The annual Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting honors investigative reporting that best promotes more effective and ethical conduct of government, the making...

Brodsky Prize Applications Are Open For Excellence In NH High School Student Journalism

New Hampshire’s preeminent high school journalism award is inviting submissions for The 2023 Brodsky Prize, established by a former editor of the Manchester  Central...

Local Media Foundation 2023 Local News Fund applications are open

Local Media Foundation will launch the 2023 Local News Fund in September 2023 for independent or family-owned news organizations looking to raise money for...

The Berkshire Eagle acquires new printing press

In a heartfelt letter to readers on August 21, Fred Rutberg, president and publisher of The Berkshire Eagle affirmed the companies commitment to the...

How the 5 biggest newspaper chains could become 2 in 2020

Ken Doctor | @kdoctor | Dec. 6, 2019 News industry analyst and author Ken Doctor reports how the 5...

Speaker’s advice: Be your audience

By Alison Berstein Bulletin Correspondent David Woronoff has some simple advice about the newspaper industry: “If you break it down, ‘news’ is a lot more important...