The Board of Directors of The Connecticut News Project announced today that it has named Bruce Putterman as its chief executive officer and publisher.
David Daley, the editor-in-chief of Salon.com, has been named the new CEO/Publisher of the Connecticut News Project, publisher of the CTMirror and its sister websites TrendCT and CT Viewpoints.
The Connecticut News Project, Inc., welcomes two new offerings today for its growing audience — Trend CT, which will focus on public-interest data, and CT Viewpoints, an opinion forum.
The Connecticut News Project Inc., publisher of The Connecticut Mirror, is launching two new companion websites Monday.
The Connecticut News Project Inc., publisher of The Connecticut Mirror, is launching two new companion websites in March — Trend CT and CT Viewpoints.
Over the last few months, we asked our audience to offer feedback so we can improve your experience whenever you visit ctmirror.org. We thank our readers for taking a few minutes to answer a simple 12-question survey.
Albert is a former managing editor of The Hartford Courant, where he held a variety of leadership posts overseeing most aspects of the newsroom.
The Connecticut Mirror is looking for five readers to take part in a digital focus group that will meet via Google+ or Skype for three one-hour meetings during July and August.
The Connecticut Mirror staff was honored Thursday night by The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) with four awards, including three first-place distinctions.
Starting Tuesday, our faithful audience will notice a slight change in the “Daily Briefing” that appears in your inbox every weekday morning.
We decided to return to our roots to better serve your need for fast, accurate and easy-to-find information.
The Connecticut Mirror, the state’s award-winning, nonprofit public policy news organization, will hold its first statewide event, “Small State, Big Debate: Inequality,” on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the University of Hartford.
The Board of Directors of the Connecticut News Project commends James Cutie for his work as publisher of this electronic newspaper.
Reporters Jacqueline Rabe Thomas, Keith M. Phaneuf and Mark Pazniokas won a first prize for a series of investigative stories that led to the resignations of the two highest officials in the Connecticut State University system.
Heather Brandon has joined The Connecticut News Project as Director of Civic Media, a new position responsible for the News Project’s efforts to promote civic engagement throughout Connecticut.