Archive June 2018

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ASNE and APME share best practices and tips to help keep journalists safe under fire

Columbia, Mo. (June 30, 2018) -- The American Society of News Editors and the Associated Press Media Editors offer this two-page tip sheet with some of the best wisdom of journalism organizations committed to journalist safety and the pursuit of a free and dedicated press corps. 

Statement from ASNE on Capital Gazette shooting

Columbia, Mo. (June 28, 2018) -- Local newspapers have always been an important part of their communities. The American Society of News Editors is saddened to hear of the tragic loss of life at the Capital Gazette today and offer our support to the people of Annapolis, Maryland, and the Gazette, as well as any resources they might need. 

Free leadership training for mid-level news managers

Apply by July 15 to attend the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute Sept. 9-10 prior to the ASNE-APME conference in Austin, Texas. 

ASNE-APME conference, guide to leading your newsroom

The 2018 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference is approaching quickly. For two full days at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, we'll address the latest innovations in content and technology, leadership strategies, new business models and more. Check out the schedule and sign up now to join us Sept. 11-12!

What you can do to fight newsprint tariffs

Two things you can do to help us fight the newsprint tariffs:

1. On July 17, 2018, the International Trade Commission will hear testimony on the preliminary newsprint tariffs. We have asked members of Congress to testify or submit comments for this hearing and describe the impact of these tariffs on their local newspapers and jobs in their districts/states. We are also asking them to argue that U.S. newsprint producers will be harmed by the tariffs as their customers reduce their consumption of newsprint by cutting pages, reducing days of delivery and etc. 

Bill Celis to be honored for efforts to encourage students of color in journalism

Columbia, Mo. (June 28, 2018) - William (Bill) Celis, an associate professor of journalism at the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism and the school's associate dean for diversity, inclusion and strategic initiatives, is the recipient of the 2018 Barry Bingham Sr. Fellowship, the American Society of News Editors announced today.

ASNE extends Legal Hotline to members of LION

Columbia, Mo. (June 21, 2018) - The American Society of News Editors is partnering with the Local Independent Online News Publishers to expand the recently improved Legal Hotline service. 
Under this partnership, members of LION will gain free access to the new ASNE Legal Hotline Facebook group, through which they can run their legal questions by ASNE Legal Counsel Kevin Goldberg and interact with other news leaders about legal issues in a timely manner.

Last chance to take advantage of free leadership trainings in Miami, Detroit

Missed the deadline to apply to the 2018 Emerging Leaders Institutes prior to the NAHJ conference in Miami and the NABJ convention in Detroit? We have spaces for a few more candidates. Submit your application no later than tomorrow (June 22) if you'd like to be considered for either of these free news leadership training opportunities, open to mid-level news managers with diverse backgrounds

ASNE teaches leading investigations and more at #IRE18

ASNE's investigative leadership workshop June 13 at the 2018 Investigative Reporters and Editors Conference in Orlando, Florida, was a big success! 

ASNE-APME hotel rooms going away quickly, book now!

Are you planning to attend the ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference Sept. 11-12 in Austin, Texas? We strongly encourage you to book your hotel room as soon as possible before the rooms we've reserved at the nightly rate of $219 sell out.
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