October 19 New England Newspaper Conference registration opens

Get ready for an exciting opportunity to connect, learn, and grow at the New England Newspaper Conference on October 19! This event is being held virtually on the NENPA online community platform. Our annual gathering brings...

AI resources for newsrooms

In an era where information flows faster than ever before, newsrooms face the constant challenge of staying ahead of the curve, delivering accurate and timely news to an increasingly discerning audience. Artificial Intelligence (AI)...

NEFAC Announces 2023 New England First Amendment Institute Journalism Fellows

The New England First Amendment Coalition is pleased to announce the incoming class of fellows for its 2023 New England First Amendment Institute. Now in its 13th year, the Institute provides support and training for New England journalists...

National Newspaper Week October 1-7

In 2023, the 83rd National Newspaper Week will be celebrated. Since 1940, the Newspaper Association Managers has sponsored and supported the week-long promotion of the newspaper industry in the United States and Canada. This year's...

Recording Available – Reporting in a Polarized Society with Phillip Martin

We are happy to announce that the insightful presentation by Phillip Martin "Reporting in a Polarized Society" on September 14th is now available on our YouTube channel. Phillip Martin is a Senior Investigative Reporter for...

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Inclusive Leadership
Oct 11 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Join the Freedom Forum’s Power Shift Project team for a free webinar that examines eight things inclusive leaders do — not just in theory, but in practice. Inclusive leaders advance the success and sense of belonging among all staff members, especially those who have traditionally been excluded or underrepresented.

In this interactive webinar, we’ll look at:

  • Your personal growth as a leader and your understanding of inequity.
  • Your meaningful connections with individual team members.
  • Your communication, coaching, and feedback that help people succeed.
  • Your team members and whether they feel they must withhold important aspects of who they are at work.
  • Your organization’s systems and processes that knowingly or unknowingly create barriers to inclusivity.
Distribution of Content By University-led Reporting Programs
Oct 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

University-led reporting programs distribute content to news partners in many ways. Some send out a weekly email with stories, others post them to a website with a republish button, and others distribute them directly to the public.

In this discussion, Justin Trombly (Community News Service) is joined by Marcie Young Cancio (Amplify Utah), Adam Giorgi (Center for Rural Strategies), and Elizabeth Stephens (Columbia Missourian).

This is a free program presented by the University of Vermont Center for Community News.

New England Job Post Of The Week

Regional Controller

Newspapers of New England is seeking a dynamic, experienced, and collaborative regional controller to lead the financial team at the Daily Hampshire Gazette, Greenfield Recorder, Athol Daily News, Amherst Bulletin, and Valley Advocate in the beautiful Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. This is a fast-paced, hands-on role that requires proficiency with NetSuite, close collaboration with local and corporate finance colleagues, and a strong working relationship with the Pioneer Valley Media Group leadership team.

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Executive Editor
Linda Conway

Publication Manager
Tara Cleary

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