New England Newspaper & Press Association

The New England Newspaper & Press Association (NENPA) is the professional trade organization for newspapers in the six New England states: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine and Rhode Island.

NENPA is proud to represent and serve more than 450 daily, weekly and specialty newspapers throughout the six-state region.

NENPA is the principal advocate for newspapers in New England, helping them to successfully fulfill their mission to engage and inform the public while navigating and ultimately thriving in today’s evolving media landscape.

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Join Us Thursday, June 13 for Reporting with State Education Data!

Are you ready to transform how you report on education data? Join us for an exclusive workshop hosted by Sam Ribnick and Danielle Kane from the Massachusetts Education-to-Career Research and Data Hub (E2C Hub)...

Watch the recording of Community Asset Mapping 101

Many communities, especially those in historically marginalized areas, often feel disconnected from the news intended to serve them. This disconnect highlights the need to bridge the gap between journalists and the community, ensuring that...

NENPA U Spring and Summer Webinar Schedule Released!

We are happy to announce our Spring/Summer NENPA University webinar schedule. NENPA U hosts webinars and collaborates with various organizations to provide diverse professional development opportunities year-round. The curriculum tackles essential topics relevant to newspaper...

Press Forward Issues Open Call on Closing Local Coverage Gaps

Press Forward’s first open call will address the longstanding inequalities in journalism coverage and practice in the U.S., by investing in small, local newsrooms that provide original reporting in underserved communities. Through this Open Call...

UPCOMING WEBINARS AND EVENTS

Jun
21
Fri
Crafting sharp and responsible headlines for your political stories
Jun 21 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Headlines are the most important starting point of a story. A good one both informs and piques a readers’ interest, encouraging them to read on. But in an era of search engine optimization and short attention spans, writing a good one is harder to do — especially when it comes to political stories.

Join the National Press Club Journalism Institute and Resolve Philly’s Modifier for a free webinar examining the craft of writing and framing a headline for a political story; the different types of headlines to use depending upon the story; and the pitfalls of using sensationalized or misleading language. Participants will practice writing and rewriting a few headlines to get practical experience in producing responsible headlines for your 2024 election coverage.

Instructor Aubrey Nagle, Resolve Philly’s director of practice change, will teach participants how to:
– Rethink the basics: What is the point of a headline?
– Balance SEO needs for story promotion without using misleading language
– Be inspired with ideas for word choices that balance engagement and responsibility
– Practice writing and rewriting headlines

Aug
13
Tue
Make a Media Kit that Sells in 2024
Aug 13 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

In under an hour, you’ll receive:
* The seven “must-haves” in every media kit
* Examples of media kits from successful publishers
* A media template in (Google Slides) that you can use today

Hosted by Kenny Katzgrau, Publisher of redbankgreen.com and creator of Broadstreet and co-Hosted by the amazing Annette Batson, Advertising Director, Montclair Local.

A free Local Media Association webinar.

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