Panel: Use social media sparingly, cautiously, but you must use it

By Sophie Cannon, Bulletin Staff A newspaper is as important as a museum or orchestra to the livelihood of the community it covers, and deserves the same...

Johnson: Video, social media transform community news

Forsyth County News publisher shares successes By Matt Tota, Bulletin Staff ‘We identify an advertiser that could be interested, then we develop a show based on that advertiser...

Benton weighs good news, bad news for legacy media

By Rebecca Reeves, Bulletin Staff ‘If (Facebook can) have your attention for 50 minutes a day, they can suck up any part of the American economy...

NESNE salutes storied history at 60th anniversary party

By Jesse Goodman, Bulletin Staff More than 60 guests posed for a photo during the celebration of the New England Society of News Editors' 60th anniversary party. The...

Yankee Quill award winners reflect on past, look to future

By Sophie Cannon and Jesse Goodman, Bulletin Staff ‘The world of journalism is changing ... sharing intelligent stories with intelligent readers is a hard feat. Thanks for...

Dogged, watchdog journalism honored at awards luncheon

By Matt Tota, Bulletin Staff ‘I'd like to urge all of you — I know resources are tight and newsrooms are stretched thin — just to take...

Providence Journal nets most awards among peers

Bulletin Staff Members of the audience at the awards luncheon at the New England Newspaper Conference.  Four newspapers each won two awards among the New England...

Photos of Newspapers of the Year

Bulletin Photos by Chris Christo Representatives of the newspapers that won the awards are all pictured with their plaques, presented to them by Mark Murphy, president...

Photos of Publick Occurrence Award winners

Bulletin Photos by Chris Christo Representatives of the newspapers that won the awards are all pictured with their plaques, presented to them by Mark Murphy, president...