NENPA E-Bulletin

Digital, other business models
seen as papers’ way forward

When asked what he saw as the future of the newspaper industry, Michael Souza, news editor at The Mystic River Press in Mystic, Conn., had a brief response.

Papers could cater more to people with disabilities

Newspapers and disability advocacy groups in New England have varying ideas about how well newspapers deal both with how accessible they make their content and how adequately they report on issues affecting the disabled population. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, nearly 20 percent of Americans have some sort of disability.