Too many reporters are detained just for doing their job.
By Alan S. Hale
Jon Tattrie spent years trying to break into the literary world and get his fiction published. His first book was released this year, and he used his career in journalism to make it happen.
By Vincenzo Ravina
Life was tough for photographers in the Soviet Union. It’s still tough.
By Dalia Lourenco
Despite the recession, small-town papers stay strong through their commitment to community.
By Trevor Howlett
The Chronicle Herald’s Stephen Maher strives to cover politics with a more investigative approach in an environment of closed doors and restricted access.
By Laura Parlee
A 75-year-old private station in Yarmouth has found a niche in the era of modern radio.
By Chris Muise
For Craig Silverman, media errors and honesty in the press keep him busy on a daily basis.
By Meggan Desmond