NewsTrain Program Director and veteran journalist Michael Roberts will be the recipient of the 2013 Associated Press Media Editors President’s Award.
We asked the members of the 2011 LEDE class what their top takeaways were for the fall session.
LEDE participants asked questions of GateHouse newsroom and corporate executives, and learned tips for what to do and what not to do when you're new in a newsroom.
To start the final day of the LEDE 2011, participants practiced difficult conversations after national trainer Michael Roberts took them through some tips for planning those conversations.
GateHouse News & Interactive Division leader Brad Dennison goes over the division's strategy and vision with LEDE participants in the fall 2011 session.
Canton Repository Executive Editor Jeff Gauger takes LEDE 2011 participants through the less-than-glamorous sounding "Strategic Planning." Really, leadership is "performance art."
Check out a photo gallery from the first day of GateHouse News & Interactive Division's leadership training, LEDE.
The LEDE Class of 2011 spent the summer familiarizing themselves with different newspaper departments and elements of leadership in the Delivering the News project. The newsroom leadership program allowed participants to ride along on delivery routes, make sales calls with reps, discuss budgets, make a presentation to a community group, manage a newsroom project and discuss hiring practices. Here's what they found most valuable.
We asked the LEDE Class of 2011 members what their top 3 takeaways were from last week's opening training session in Downers Grove, Ill. Here's what they had to say.
As they prepare for the first LEDE seminars in April, we asked the nine members of the GateHouse Leadership Series News & Interactive program about advice they have received from mentors and what they hope to get out of the Leadership. Enterprise. Development. Education. program.
The LEDE class of 2011 has been selected, and News & Interactive is preparing for the first leadership seminar next month in Downers Grove, Ill. The class includes journalists from a variety of backgrounds and GateHouse publications, from California to Massachusetts.
The deadline for the News & Interactive LEDE Program, part of the GateHouse Media Leadership Series, is March 1. You can download the application here. We answer some questions about the program below. If you have more, please contact Chris Biondi at firstname.lastname@example.org
GateHouse Media Delaware has named a new executive editor to oversee its editorial content and development.
The first LEDE class has graduated, and planning is already under way for the 2011 program. Watch this winter for an announcement and application at GHNewsroom.com.
Members of the 2010 GateHouse News & Interactive LEDE class have visited some of the company's top newsrooms to learn how they operate. Here are five questions with Messenger Post local editor and LEDE member Margaret Poe, who recently visited the Rockford Register Star.
Here are five questions with Pittsburg (Kansas) Morning Sun editor and LEDE member Matt Clark, who recently visited the State Journal-Register in Springfield, Ill.
Here are five questions with Stuttgart (Ark.) Daily Leader editor Lesley Valadez, who recently visited the Canton (Ohio) Repository.
Here are five questions with Utica (N.Y.) Observer-Disptach multimedia team leader William Cannon, who recently visited the Rockford (Ill.) Register Star.
Members of the 2010 GateHouse News & Interactive LEDE class have begun their summer visits to some of the company's top newsrooms to learn how they operate, from daily print and web execution to planning and communication.
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."