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Loeb School Seeks First Amendment Award Nominees

2020-08-24T23:13:19-04:00

Loeb School Seeks First Amendment Award Nominees MANCHESTER — The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications seeks to honor New Hampshire residents or organizations who have worked to protect free speech and free press. Nominations are open for the school’s 18th annual First Amendment Award, honoring diligence in protecting free press and free speech liberties.  The recipient will be included in a new publication, F1RST THINGS F1RST, a collection of essays on the First Amendment in these times, and will be honored as part of a video tribute. A committee of judges chooses the recipient from public nominations. First Amendment recipients [...]

Loeb School Seeks First Amendment Award Nominees2020-08-24T23:13:19-04:00

Fall Classes and Workshops and Online Offerings

2020-08-21T16:10:56-04:00

  Free Classes at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications In-Person and Online Offerings   MANCHESTER, NH --  Registration is open for in-person and online classes at Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications. Classes are free and open to all. “Schools across New Hampshire are planning for remote, in-school and hybrid learning. We have designed a class schedule to support students in our classrooms, or in their homes—wherever they are most comfortable,” explained Laura Simoes, executive director of the School. “Our in-person class sizes are limited to allow for social distancing and, following a successful, [...]

Fall Classes and Workshops and Online Offerings2020-08-21T16:10:56-04:00

Major Wins for Transparency

2020-06-18T12:39:03-04:00

Major Wins for Transparency:  How the N.H. Supreme Court Reshaped the Right to Know Law The New England First Amendment Coalition, Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications and the New Hampshire Press Association will present a webinar about recent decisions expanding the public's right to know about government on Friday, June 26, from noon-1pm. Attorneys Richard Gagliuso and Gregory V. Sullivan will discuss two positive decisions issued by the Supreme Court of New Hampshire earlier this month that will make it easier for the public to oversee its law enforcement agencies and hold police officers accountable for their actions. Gagliuso of Bernstein Shur and Sullivan of Malloy & Sullivan were among the [...]

Major Wins for Transparency2020-06-18T12:39:03-04:00

Bedford High student journalist wins The Brodsky Prize

2020-06-09T19:28:27-04:00

Photo by Allegra Boverman. Emma Rosenbaum of Bedford received the Brodsky Prize from Howard Brodsky at Bedford High School on May 26, 2020. She will attend Northwestern University in the fall and will major in journalism. Bedford High student journalist wins The Brodsky Prize Manchester, NH -- Bedford High School senior Emma Rosenbaum is the winner of the 2020 Brodsky Prize, a $5,000 cash award that recognizes journalistic excellence and “out of the box” thinking by high school journalists. Rosenbaum, 18, is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Runaway Bulldog, an independent, student-run news source for Bedford High School, [...]

Bedford High student journalist wins The Brodsky Prize2020-06-09T19:28:27-04:00

Third Annual Brodsky Prize open to all NH High School Seniors

2020-04-09T16:40:25-04:00

Third annual Brodsky Prize hopes to encourage innovation in student journalism MANCHESTER, NH -- Submissions are welcome for the 2020 Brodsky Prize, established by a former editor of the Manchester Central High School newspaper, and his family, to encourage out-of-the-box efforts and innovation by a new generation of student journalists. “Working on the school newspaper was the most formative and meaningful high school experience for me — more than any classroom," Jeffrey Brodsky said. "It's more important than ever for young journalists to push boundaries and to challenge authority, and they can start by using the power of their school paper just [...]

Third Annual Brodsky Prize open to all NH High School Seniors2020-04-09T16:40:25-04:00

Nackey Loeb School announces new leadership

2020-03-16T23:30:29-04:00

New Leadership at Nackey Loeb School   After 20 years at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications, David Tirrell-Wysocki is retiring at the end of next month as the non-profit’s executive director. Laura Simoes, who has worked in journalism, public affairs, marketing and strategic communications, takes over as the school’s fourth executive director on Jan. 1. Tirrell-Wysocki, a retired Associated Press reporter, was one of the school’s first instructors when the doors opened in 2000 with three classes. He became executive director in 2007 and helped expand the program to 16, six-week classes this year, plus a dozen one-day workshops [...]

Nackey Loeb School announces new leadership2020-03-16T23:30:29-04:00

Message from the Director

2020-03-16T23:42:04-04:00

Greetings and Happy Autumn. I have two things to share:   Our 17th Annual Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Awards Event is Nov. 19 at the Palace Theatre in Manchester. It’s an evening to honor the First Amendment and a courageous First Amendment Award recipient who used it to help save the lives of veterans. The event also raises money so the school can continue offering free classes and inexpensive workshops.   The First Amendment Recipient is the late Dr. Ed Kois, the VA Medical Center doctor who went public with poor conditions and treatment there, prompting a national review of [...]

Message from the Director2020-03-16T23:42:04-04:00

Loeb School announces First Amendment Award Recipient

2019-11-24T14:05:36-04:00

VA Medical Center whistleblower to be honored at First Amendment Award MANCHESTER – The late VA Medical Center doctor who led a group of colleagues to expose poor conditions at treatment at the Manchester facility and prompt a nationwide VA review is the recipient of the 2019 Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Award. Dr. William ‘Ed’ Kois will be honored at the 17th annual event at 7 pm, Nov. 19, at the Palace Theatre. The featured speaker will be Trish Regan, host of Trish Regan Primetime on Fox Business Network. The Loeb School’s long-time executive director and former Associated Press newsman [...]

Loeb School announces First Amendment Award Recipient2019-11-24T14:05:36-04:00

2020 Schedule of Classes and Workshops

2020-06-19T19:41:38-04:00

2020 Program Schedule   Classes with no registration fee noted are free of charge   Online Classes The Joy of Journalism: K-12 NH Institute for Civics Education April 9 12 - 1pm Power of the Personal Story—Advocating for Change Jen Wojenski and Bobbie Burgess April 14 1 pm - 2:30pm Effective Communication, A Tale of Two Styles Pubali Chakravorty-Campbell April 15 2 pm - 3:30pm Student Journalism: What is the Law? NH Institute for Civics Education April 16 1 pm - 2pm Vetiquette – The Art of Gathering Effectively in a Virtual Space Sasha Tracy April 21 1 pm - 2:30pm [...]

2020 Schedule of Classes and Workshops2020-06-19T19:41:38-04:00

Regan to headline Loeb First Amendment Event

2019-11-24T14:11:26-04:00

Trish Regan, Fox Business News host and New Hampshire native, returns to her home state this fall as the featured speaker at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications 17th annual First Amendment Awards. The event honors First Amendment freedoms and New Hampshire residents or organizations, nominated by the public, who work to protect free speech and free press. The evening gala will be held at 7 PM on November 19 at the Palace Theatre in Manchester. Tickets are available at the Palace -- palacetheatre.org or 603-668-5588. ($50, or $100, including a pre-event reception at 5:45 PM). Regan is host of Trish [...]

Regan to headline Loeb First Amendment Event2019-11-24T14:11:26-04:00