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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NENPA U: Elevate Your Journalism by Collaborating
Jul 14 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

This is an Online Media Campus NENPA U webinar. Members, please contact Tara Cleary at for the free registration code.

In this webinar:
Traditionally, news organizations competed to get the scoop. But collaborations among news organizations have become far more common in recent years. As budgets continue to tighten, newsrooms are looking for ways to do more than just react to news as it happens. This session will examine the benefits and even a few pitfalls of news collaborations. Plus, you’ll see examples of success stories to spur you to look for different ways to collaborate with other newsrooms and organizations to tell the most important stories to your readers.

About the presenter:
Jean Hodges is the senior director of news culture and communication for Gannett. She works with local newsrooms throughout the country on strategy, training, and diversity initiatives. She’s a news veteran, who spent more than 20 years as a reporter and editor, getting her start at a small daily in Clovis, New Mexico, and working in California, England, and Texas before moving back home to Chicago suburbs.