Protecting public notices by making them a public service By Kaitlyn Mangelinkx Bulletin Correspondent “Here’s an oxymoron -- trusted politician.” The source of that comment, Ed Henninger, sees public notices as a tool for keeping public officials accountable. But as many newspapers have fallen onto hard economic times, public notices are becoming something else...

Nicco Mele

Convention Home | Register for Event | Program | Hotel Reservations | Sponsors Yankee Quill Luncheon | Hall of Fame Dinner Nicco Mele is a managing director at the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation. From 2016 to 2019, Nicco was the Director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Nicco’s prior experience includes founding...

Stefanie Murray

Stefanie Murray is the Director of the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University. A Michigan native, Stefanie previously worked in Michigan and Tennessee as a reporter, editor, digital media manager and news executive. Before joining Montclair State, she worked for...

Jim Rotche

Convention Home | Register for Event | Program | Hotel Reservations | Sponsors Yankee Quill Luncheon | Hall of Fame Dinner Jim Rotche is a top-performing professional accomplished in revenue development, finance, marketing, and operations.  He is a high-energy leader who motivates and inspires, fosters collaboration, and instills shared vision and purpose in alignment with aggressive business goals. Jim has extensive experience...

Meg Heckman

Convention Home | Register for Event | Program | Hotel Reservations | Sponsors Yankee Quill Luncheon | Hall of Fame Dinner Meg Heckman is a journalist, author and educator focused on building a news ecosystem that is robust, diverse and equipped to serve all segments of society. Her core research examines the practice and evolution of journalism through a feminist lens...

Noah R. Bombard

Noah R. Bombard is managing producer for news of MassLive. He has been covering news and issues in Massachusetts since 1997. He previously worked as digital editor for the Telegram & Gazette, editor of Worcester Magazine and managing editor of Community Newspaper...
John Voket | NENPA eBulletin | February 25, 2020 Straight out of E&P Publisher Mike Blinder's keynote at the 2020 New England Newspaper Convention Feb. 7, a motivated group of several dozen publishers, editors and staffers headed to a Publisher's Panel on Leading Innovative...
On April 29, 2022, during the NENPA convention in Boston, the keynote session was presented by two top Boston Globe executives. Brian McGrory, editor, and Linda Pizzuti Henry, chief executive officer, sat down for an informal discussion with convention attendees. The pair did not prepare a formal presentation, instead they...

NEFAC Awards Luncheon

Jane Mayer will receive the New England First Amendment Coalition‘s 2018 Stephen Hamblett First Amendment Award.  Mayer, a writer for The New Yorker since 1995, covers politics, culture, and national security for the magazine. Mayer is perhaps best known for her accountability journalism and her ability to expose the underpinnings...

Gregory V. Sullivan

Gregory V. Sullivan has served as General Counsel for the Union Leader Corporation for the past 34 years. He also currently serves on the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s Committee on the Judiciary and the Media, as well as the Committee for Public Access to Courts, and is President of...