Contacting NECN


New England Cable News

160 Wells Avenue
Newton, MA 02459
Telephone: (617) 630-5000
Fax: (617) 630-5055

You can email tips or story information to newsdesk@necn.com

NECN-TV programming and feedback

If you want to share your thoughts about something you saw on television on NECN, you may send your comments to feedback@necn.com

All web-related inquiries

web@necn.com

News ticker questions or comments

feedback@necn.com


Broadside: The News with Jim Braude

broadside@necn.com

CEO Corner

msegel@necn.com

Advertising and/or sales-related inquiries on NECN and NECN.com

apeters@necn.com

About NECN:

New England Cable News (NECN) is the largest 24-hour regional news network in the country, specializing in long-form journalism and serving more than 3.6 million subscribers in more than 1,050 cities and towns in all six New England states.

Launched on March 2, 1992, NECN is owned by Comcast Corporation. NECN is available exclusively to New England cable subscribers, providing 24-hour access to breaking news, sports, weather, and traffic.

NECN serves all six New England states including Rhode Island where it is available on the Verizon FiOS network. The network broadcasts from its studios in Newton, Massachusetts and maintains bureaus in Manchester, New Hampshire; Hartford, Connecticut; Worcester, Massachusetts; Portland, Maine; and Burlington, Vermont.

NECN is distinguished as a leader in the industry, having received several awards for broadcast journalism excellence. NECN is the only cable television news station to earn a George Foster Peabody Award and the Alfred I. duPont - Columbia University Broadcast Journalism Award. The news channel was twice named News Station of the Year by the Associated Press, and was named Television Station of the Year by the Gabriel Awards three times, twice consecutively. Other honors include a Scripps Howard National Journalism Award, and most recently, a National Edward R. Murrow Award for the station's documentary work.

Robert J. Volpe is in stable, but critical condition at UMass Medical Center in Worcester
A New Hampshire man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and been sentenced to 25 to 50 years in prison for bludgeoning his roommate to death with a sledgehammer
Boston Police say the male victim is suffering from non-life threatening injuries