ASNE/JTM diversity initiative to engage diverse communities
ASNE's Diversity Committee is launching an innovative initiative for journalists to engage diverse communities in meeting their news and information needs.
ASNE staff | 12/5/2013 ASNE's effort in protecting freedom of press
This effort offers new ideas and strategies to meet ASNE's longstanding commitment to diversity in newsrooms by enhancing a newsroom's capacity to accurately reflect and authentically cover the communities they serve.
While the letter ASNE and 37 other media organizations and companies sent to the White House in protest of reduced photo and video access to the White House has garnered a significant amount of attention, ASNE continues to be active on other free press issues. This month we joined two amicus briefs designed to protect the rights of reporters throughout the country. ASNE staff | 11/26/2013 News media protest White House press access limits
By Nancy Benac / The Associated Press
Nov. 21, 2013
WASHINGTON — Dozens of leading news organizations protested to the White House on Thursday against restrictions that sometimes keep journalists from taking pictures and video of President Barack Obama performing official duties. At the same time, two press groups urged their members to stop using official photos and video handed out by the White House, dismissing them as little more than "government propaganda."ASNE staff | 11/21/2013 ASNE-APME call on White House photo access
The Following letter is from ASNE President David Boardman, dean of the School of Media and Communications at Temple University, and APME President Debra Adams Simmons, editor of the Plain Dealer.
ASNE staff | 11/21/2013 Request letter to White House for removal of restrictions on photographers
A coalition of press organizations, including ASNE and APME, delivered the following letter to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on Nov. 21 as a way to protest the limits on access currently barring photographers who cover the White house.
ASNE staff | 11/21/2013