(This story first appeared in the Bennington Banner on July 12, 2017.) Greg Sukiennik is now the managing editor of New England Newspaper Inc.’s Vermont newspapers, the Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer and Manchester Journal. Sukiennik, 47, has been editor of the Manchester Journal since October. He began work in the new position on July 3. […]
Mark Twain predicted his brother would not last as editor of a Rutland newspaper. He was right.
The new publisher of the Shelburne News and The Citizen, which covers Charlotte and Hinesburg, says he plans to beef up hard news coverage.
The onetime presidential speechwriter talks Trump, tech, journalism and the future of today’s graduates.
The paper is pulling its southern Vermont reporters into Rutland County, while it and its sister paper in Barre prepare to resume charging for online content.
Lawmakers said information provided by whistleblowers and confidential sources has been critical in exposing wrongdoing and that the proposal is designed to prevent retaliation.
A shield law would go a long way toward ensuring that independence is protected and preserved.
The journalism profession faces an existential threat: state-sponsored, internet-fueled disinformation spread by countries such as Putin’s Russia; non-state actors such as WikiLeaks; and fake news websites.
A journalist who quit his job with a New Hampshire newspaper in September will become night editor. He said his resignation came after his publisher requested he remove information from an article about the company.
Alan English most recently served as president and publisher of The Shreveport Times in Louisiana, following a stint as its general manager and executive editor.
“I think all of us in the media have a lot of questions to answer at the end of this election,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times correspondent told a capacity crowd Sunday.
Green Mountain State funeral directors are questioning the future of death notices as newspapers increasingly are charging for — yet cutting back on — print publication.
The best-selling writer, returning to the University of Vermont six decades after almost not graduating, talks about covering presidential candidates from Robert Kennedy to Hillary Clinton — and how Bernie Sanders is changing the rules.
“He was a man for all seasons,” recalls a colleague. “Not just sports seasons, but political and mud seasons, too.”