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Nat’l chain
buys Boston’s bostinno.com site

Hartford Courant , parent headed
out of bankruptcy

Christian Science Monitor wins award for poverty report
Globe debuts advertorial-like
online ad feature

GateHouse ad exchange up to
500+ clients

Globe among hosts for news developers
Harvard’s Jones: Recession made papers better at biz
VTDigger.org part of 3-year-old nat’l
online network

Harvard-spawned site aims to negate political bias

NENPA/NOA seek
entries for print
quality contest


 


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Bill Kole prepares to model the gag gift hat he received from Jim Campanini as they exchange smiles and roles as president of the New England Society of Newspaper Editors. Kole succeeded Campanini as president, in an election at the society’s annual meeting Nov. 16.

NESNE, NEAPNEA merge

By Daniella Iervolino
Bulletin Staff

Two of the top New England journalism organizations have merged.

Members of the New England Society of Newspaper Editors approved the transfer of the financial assets and membership of the now-dissolved New England Associated Press News Executives Association (NEAPNEA) to the society. The New England Society of Newspaper Editors (NESNE) is the surviving organization.

NEAPNEA’s board of directors and member newspapers also have approved the move unanimously.

The New England Society of Newspaper Editors vote took place Nov. 16 at the UMass-Lowell Inn and Conference Center in Lowell, Mass.

Some NEAPNEA directors will serve as board members of NESNE. MORE >



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Speaker outlines power of Internet
as investigative tool


News Digest


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Google ads outstrip all U.S. print pubs combined
Paulson: Cross-ownership ban outdated in digital era


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Christian Science Monitor wins award for poverty report


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Boston.com debuts advertorial-like online ad feature
GateHouse private ad exchange up to 500+ clients
Study: Content publishers still favored for online ads
New ad models threaten old journalism constructs
Pulse pushes story-like ‘native advertising’
AP sells iCircular mobile newspaper ad platform
Groupon daily deals stock tumbling
Cyber sales rising sharply


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States’ rules vary on interviewing prisoners
Legal guidelines on rights to take photos, access files
Tips for journalists on digital video editing
How AP verifies user-generated content
More is less in using Twitter to attract followers
More Twitter tips, for improved marketing
Recasting daily and morning cycle in digital news era
Who uses cellphones, and for what


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German newsprint 5% price hike signals other hikes
Study shows $33.3B in non-print $$ by 2016 for printers


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ABC renamed Alliance for Audited Media
ABC name change augurs other changes


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


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Nat’l chain buys Boston’s bostinno.com news site
VTDigger.org part of 3-year-old nat’l online network
Harvard-spawned site aims to negate political bias
Storify eyes monetization, going beyond media base
Tumblr pageviews up 5B since Dec., to 20B a month
Tumblr says it’s among top 10 most-visited sites


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Robert D. FlathersJoe Heaney
Bette Lee LeistingerJane Holtz Kay
Roland Folsom PeaseJane B. Armstrong
Beverley Boseman FullerMarjorie Holmquist
Joan (Niland) CookJames H. 'Jim' Sullivan
Brian Alfred LawsonRuth G. Hawley
Priscilla L. 'Pat' LewisElizabeth M. 'Betty' Anderson
David Joseph SalibaDuane C. Hayes
Michael Francis 'Mike' RosenthalPaul A. Johnston
Al NavikauskasRita A (Miville) Gott
Warren James Allan


MAINE Larry HubnerFrank Curran
MASSACHUSETTS Martin Baron
RHODE ISLAND Mary Lynn Bosiak Barry Mechanic
VERMONT Tom Kearney Amanda Kuhnert
Nathan Burgess


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U.S. Supreme rules it’s OK to record police
Gov’t surveillance rising in U.S.
Secret gov’t spying might harm scribes’ confidences
Law protecting personal digital privacy outdated


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Providence Journal lays off 23 after 11 buyouts
Report: 3 photographers among Journal layoffs
3rd-quarter ad revenue down 5%; 25th down quarter
Hartford Courant, parent cleared to exit bankruptcy
Print revenue falling far faster than digital $$ uptick
Globe among hosts for news developer fellows
Jones: Recession made papers better at business
AP now offers Spanish-language Stylebook
Doctor: Papers need to expand GOP-like audience


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Graphic shows how marketers value social media
Privacy advocates ask Facebook to reverse changes
Papers not leveraging Facebook to diversify users
Facebook news feed changes based on relevancy
Facebook tests news feed for most-shared stories
Facebook adds ‘Pages feed’ for business posts
Pinterest launches accounts for businesses
Twitter adds Facebook-, Instragram-like visuals
Twitter study says Twitter promotes retail sales


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Graphic shows what users do on mobile devices
Study: Taking photos No. 1 use of cell phone


Columnists

Writing
Newsroom learning sifts
through the murmur mill

Jim Stasiowski

Design
All quotable, some notable

Ed Henninger

Advertising
Telling clients stories
creates happy endings

John Foust

Technology
Print holds its own vs. digital

Kevin Slimp


Commentary
Mug shot websites pose 1st Amendment dilemma
Gene Policinski
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