The fourth edition of the Newsroom Handbook is changing with the times, with more on digital planning, social media, aggregation and more.
Daily format involves two-column photo that is more feature-driven than hard news.
Newspapers inform, educate and entertain readers in every edition.However, we also have a responsibility to those readers to be the watchdogs of our government.
There were more runners, more spectators, more volunteers and more GateHouse Media journalists covering the 118th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday, a year after bombs ripped through the finish line on Boylston Street. Readers on our sites...
Here are the Top 10 Social Media Shared Stories for the week of April 13 - 19, including "He's Gone Forever" Somerville family looks back on years of addiction - Wicked Local Sandwich - Sandwich MA.
Mallary Jean Tenore - one of our regular presenters for our newsroom development webinar series - talks about how the news media can "effect positive change" in a recent interview with API.
Spring is in the air, and for allergy sufferers, that is not necessarily good news.
Ten newsroom rising stars will take part in two days of leadership training, guided by Poynter Institute's leadership guru Jill Geisler.
Veteran criminal justice reporter and journalism program director Maureen Boyle shared tips for dealing with families in crisis in our last newsroom development webinar. Here are some takeaways.
Here are the Top 10 GateHouse Media Stories for the week of April 13, including Secretary of State charges TelexFREE with fraud - MetroWest Daily News.
As runners finished up their training and spectators figured out the best vantage point to watch their loved one trek 26.2 miles from Hopkinton, Mass. to Boston, GateHouse Media newsrooms throughout Massachusetts prepared to cover the Boston...
Didn't get a chance to visit GHNewsroom every day? Here are five interesting and informative posts from the past week.