Archive February 2013

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Immigration reporting conference at UC Berkeley accepting applicants

The third New York Times Institute on Immigration Reporting will be held on May 2-5, 2013, at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalsm. Apply now. 

Help the Sunshine in Government Initiative advance open government

Write an email encouraging a governent agency to use the new FOIA Online site.

ASNE opposes restrictive sports credentialing

We have joined nine other organizations in a letter to NCAA President Mark Emmert voicing our opposition to new credentialing provisions.

Join in on Feb. 20 for our first leadership webinar!

George Stanley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel will present "Making Time for a Major News Project."

Pew Research Center profiles four innovative dailies

Despite industry hardships, these four papers are showing definite signs of success.

Hawaii paparazzi bill to move forward

Hawaii Senate Bill 465 does not yet include any protections for legitimate newsgathering.

Run house ads for the Free Spirit Scholarship and Journalism Conference

Fifty-one high school students will be selected to attend and receive $1,000 college scholarships.

NAA files brief challenging U.S. Postal Service policy

A new U.S. Postal Service policy encourages companies to remove their advertising inserts from newspapers.

Leadership webinars coming in February and March

ASNE's new series of webinars launches Wednesday, Feb. 20.

Knight News Challenge to begin next week

This round of the contest focuses on open government and begins Feb. 12.
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