The Daily Register in Harrisburg, Ill., is featured in the 2011 APME Great Ideas book in the Multimedia Storytelling category for keeping its readers up-to-date on local flooding through social media.
The Marblehead Reporter in Marblehead, Mass., is featured in the 2011 APME Great Ideas book in the Building Relationships and Readership category for a weekly events feature called “10 Things to Do.”
The Daily Republican in Marion, Ill., has been featured in the 2011 APME Great Ideas book in the Alternative Story Formats category for a unique news project called "24 in 24." The series takes a look at members of the community at work over a 24-hour period, featuring a different worker for each hour of the day.
13 GateHouse Media newspapers are featured in seven different categories in the 2011 Associated Press Media Editors Great Ideas book. The book, which was released during the 2011 APME conference in Denver, honors innovative journalism practices from around the country.
Craig Silverman, founder of the Regret the Error blog, shares his take on which media outlets got it wrong and which ones got it right – and why – during coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, with tips and takeaways for newsrooms on verification of digital information. Silverman (email@example.com) is an award-winning journalist and the founder of Regret the Error, a blog that reports on media errors and corrections, and trends regarding accuracy and verification.
Here are 5 takeaways from "Don't get fooled again: Best practices for online verification."