Archive September 2014

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Survey: Tell us how ASNE-APME 2014: Fast Forward went

Take this online survey, and give us some feedback on the 2014 ASNE-APME conference. We appreciate your time. 

Our effort in protecting reporters' First Amendment rights

National focus may have shifted away from Ferguson, Missouri, but we haven't left behind the issues involving arrests of reporters and violations of other First Amendment rights. 

In case you missed excitement from Chicago

Here is a recap of the ASNE-APME conference Sept. 15-17 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago! 

Outgoing ASNE President David Boardman's speech

Outgoing ASNE President David Boardman gave his speech during the ASNE business meeting Tuesday at the ASNE-APME conference in Chicago. Read what he had to say before he passed the gavel to incoming President Chris Peck. 

National Community and News Literacy Roundtables Project launches


A national project to help communities around the country build a robust news literacy capacity at the local level was announced Wednesday by the American Society of News Editors.

"With Americans getting more news from Twitter, Facebook and other social media, it's important that we all learn the tools and techniques of news literacy to better figure out what we can believe and what we need to toss out from the ocean of information that swirls around us," ASNE President Chris Peck said in announcing the project.

ASNE-APME 2014 wraps up

These three stories, by two Columbia College Chicago student journalists, wrap up the 2014 ASNE-APME conference. 

Look into strategy of news startups

By Aric Chokey
Ball State University ASNE-APME Convention Coverage Team 

Representatives of Vox Media gave editors a look into the news startup’s strategy Tuesday and reminded them now is the time to innovate. 

After launching Vox in April, social culture played an important role in its business model, Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff told editors during second day of the ASNE-APME conference in Chicago. 

How to save community journalism

By Matt McKinney 
Ball State University ASNE-APME Convention Coverage Team 

Saving community journalism means preparing your readership for a time when they'll be no daily newspaper, panelists said Monday at the ASNE-APME conference. 

Editors get tips on interactive storytelling

By Aric Chokey
Ball State University ASNE-APME Convention Coverage Team 

Although the National Public Radio visualization team is less than a year old, Supervising Editor Kainaz Amaria had much to say about interactive storytelling and utilizing platforms. 

Amaria helped create the "Planet Money Makes a T-shirt" project and followed the manufacturing process of a single t-shirt around the world. 

Eight tips to create an innovation culture

By Sam Condon
Ball State University ASNE-APME Convention Coverage team 

A panel of editors gave advice Tuesday to companies that are focused on creating their own innovation culture. Tips included: 

1.Clearly Outline The Big Picture 
2. Find The Resources 
3. Technology And Tools Alone Won’t Get Your There 
4. Blend New Approaches With Traditional Approaches 
5. The Necessity Of Leadership 
6. Focus On The People 
7. Remove Obstacles 
8. Make it fun 
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