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Four Boston neighborhood newspapers close
Boston Globe, T&G 3Q $$ down 1.1%
Vt. school union
sues man seeking
public records

Daily Globe 23rd in circulation, up 11.9%
R.I.’s Journal, others seek files in will case
5 N.E. papers receive 20
EPPY awards

Mass. AG to speak
at MNPA meeting Nov. 29 in Boston

116 years of UConn paper archived online
MIT invention
predicts Twitter trending topics

Free seminar on
climate change
Nov. 30 in R.I.


N.J. Press Ass’n seeks Sandy
relief donations

Newspaper hosts sought for
Russian scribes

NENPA/NOA seek
entries for print
quality contest


Nat'l print quality
contest entries open

 


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52nd Annual Yankee Quill Awards


Bulletin photo by Jordan Griffin

The 2012 fellows of the Academy of New England Journalists, winners of the Yankee Quill Award, are, from left, Robert Giles, former curator of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University; Robert Schrepf, retired vice president and editorial page editor of The Hartford (Conn.) Courant; Jack Williams, anchor for WBZ-TV, Channel 4, in Boston; R. John Mitchell, publisher and president of the Rutland (Vt.) Herald and Times Argus of Barre and Montpelier, Vt.; and Robert Turner, retired deputy editor of the editorial page of The Boston Globe. They were honored at a dinner Nov. 16 in the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (Mass.) Inn & Conference Center.

Robinson keynotes NESNE event
Yankee Quill winners:
Having fun on the way
to honored news careers

By Will Viti
Bulletin Staff

Five New England journalists were honored at the 52nd Annual Yankee Quill Awards Nov. 16 for their lifetime contributions, and they returned the honor by recounting endearing personal reminiscences and sharing the recognition with colleagues they thanked.

Robert Schrepf of The Hartford Courant; Jack Williams of WBZ-TV, Boston; R. John Mitchell of the Rutland (Vt.) Herald and The Times Argus of Barre and Montpelier, Vt.; Robert Giles of the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University, and Robert Turner of The Boston Globe were recognized for their committed and diligent careers that radiated a broad influence for good in the field of journalism.

Before the awards dinner, Eugene Robinson, opinion writer at The Washington Post, delivered the keynote speech to round out the New England Society of Newspaper Editors daylong annual conference. Robinson spoke about the 2012 election to about 60 people,. MORE >



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as investigative tool



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News company hosts sought for Russian journalists

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116 years of UConn student paper archived online
N.J. Press Ass’n seeks Sandy relief $$ for papers
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Two to receive N.H. First Amendment awards
Entries open for national print quality contest

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5 N.E. papers receive 20 EPPY awards
List of all winners of Maine Press Ass’n awards
2 Maine weeklies win NNA general excellence honors
4 N.E. papers tally 9 NNA news awards
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U.S. ad spending forecast falls in wake of Sandy
Smaller businesses upping digital ad spending
Mobile display ad inventory 2nd to online, rising


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How domain-name finder can help journalists
How journalists can better filter emails
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Managing images on Facebook to boost traffic
Unraveling Twitter ‘myths’


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Time spent on mobiles advancing on desktop time
NowThisNews app aims for viral news videos


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NAA’s new circulation info publication available
Daily Globe 23rd in circulation, and up 11.9%
Sunday Globe 22nd in circulation, up 3.4%
Report on warring Globe, Herald audience reports
Latest: Dailies down, Sundays up, both slightly
Certified Audit of Circulations now arm of ABC


NENPA/NOA print quality contest entries open
Nominations open for NENPA Hall of Fame


Free climate change seminar Nov. 30 in R.I.


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Robert C. NuckolsTimothy James Crilley
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Vt. school union sues man asking for public records
Providence Journal, others seek files in will case
Boston Globe wins unsealing of Romney testimony
Press seeks to keep judicial say on FOIA denials


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Mass. AG keynoter at MNPA annual meeting Nov. 29
4 Boston family-owned neighborhood papers close
Publishers cautiously optimistic on 2013 finances
Report: FCC will OK media cross-ownership by Jan.
Patch traffic up, parent’s revenue flat
Mainstream media coverage favors Obama


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Boston Globe, T&G 3Q revenue down 1.1%


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Tinypass offers metered paywalls for small publishers
CEO: How Tumblr design, ethic aided its rise
Liberal groups push for free wireless Internet
Google’s voice search now replies by sound
N.Y. Times top newspaper website among top 50


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MIT invention predicts Twitter trending topics
Twitter tops in traffic, Facebook in revenue
news.me shuttered after Twitter objection
Record 800K Instagram photos posted during Sandy
Instagram makes user profiles available on Web
Twitter to withhold copyright-infringing tweets
StumbleUpon’s redesign makes it more social
Twitter map tracks prexy candidates’ tweet traction
22% say in advance on social media how they voted
EverySignal alerts users to chosen social content
Way around EdgeRank exclusions on Facebook


Columnists

Writing
Newsroom learning shifts
through the murmur mill

Jim Stasiowski

Design
Planning to avoid failure

Ed Henninger

Advertising
Aim your sales pitch to the right,
and left, side of brain

John Foust

Technology
Slimp explores more
Adobe Creative Suite 6 tools

Kevin Slimp


Commentary
Mug shot websites pose 1st Amendment dilemma
Gene Policinski
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