4 newspapers, website close shop
7 lose jobs at
R.I. daily, weekly newspaper group
Lien placed on
Times Record for
unpaid Maine taxes
GateHouse 2011 revenue down 6%; loss less than 2010
Providence Journal $$ down 5% in '11; ads down 11%
Press advocates testify for
Mass shield law
Mass. case ruling favors live-streamer of court cases
N.H. editor accuses writer of plagiarism
GateHouse Media production center to open in Mass. in fall
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Eagle-Tribune group wins 10 awards from parent company
Boston Globe rolls out revamped Sunday magazine
at NENPA convention advise:
What’s your medium of news? Do you prefer sliding your fingers across your iPad and smartphone to flipping the pages of a newspaper?
If you answered in the affirmative, you are in sync with the direction in which the newspaper industry is heading.
While newspaper industry veterans and newbies are aware that many of their consumers are transitioning to digital platforms as their preferred medium of news, they are still figuring out ways that will make for a smoother transition.
More than 100 people from the New England newspaper industry gathered at the opening session of the New England Newspaper and Press Association winter convention to listen to what experts had to say about the future of the industry.
The two-day convention was held Feb. 10 and 11 in the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. MORE >
NEWSPAPER HALL OF FAME
SATURDAY LUNCH SESSION
Capturing emotion and
‘the moment’ at emergencies
Criminal libel: Bad idea in a free society
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