Press Releases2020-04-02T16:02:57-04:00

Major Wins for Transparency

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 [...]

Loeb School July Classes In-Person and Online

Loeb School Offers a ‘Summer Pack’ of In-person & Online Workshops MANCHESTER, NH – Registration is open for three new in-person and  online courses at Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications to help business and organizations learn how to get the word out during a time of disruption, closures and new practices and protocols, due to Coronavirus. As businesses begin reopening, the need to share your news is more important than ever. “Organizations that respond to the pandemic with strong, [...]

Bedford High student journalist wins The Brodsky Prize

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 [...]

Third Annual Brodsky Prize open to all NH High School Seniors

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 [...]

Sunshine Week, Keeping the Light On

OP-ED for your consideration   Keeping the Light on, During Sunshine Week, and always   By Justin Silverman and Laura Simoes   When Dr. Ed Kois left his private practice after 30 years for a position at the Manchester VA Medical Center, he expected most of his new patients’ injuries to have occurred on the battlefield. Instead, he found many of them to have been caused by poor medical care.   Frustrated by the lack of improvements hospital administrators were [...]