ASNE and Poynter present Hacking News Leadership: Part 2
We all know that the newest specialists in journalism are bringing technology's tools, skills, language and culture into news organizations. Sometimes in teams and sometimes as lonely crusaders, these reporter-coder hybrids are leveraging technology to produce new kinds of reporting and storytelling.
To continue highlighting the opportunities for newsrooms in this movement, ASNE and The Poynter Institute are thrilled to present Hacking News Leadership: Part 2 on Dec. 6-7 at Poynter.ASNE staff | 10/2/2014 Seeking Twitter-chat moderators and experiential opportunities for high-school journalists
ASNE has assembled a great group of high-school journalists for the Youth Journalism Initiative's advisory board. We're seeking opportunities for these young journalists to gain real-world experience and learn more about the world of professional journalism.
Some opportunities board members had in the past include:
ASNE staff | 10/2/2014 Survey: Tell us how ASNE-APME 2014: Fast Forward went
Your feedback is always important to us. We'd like to know your thoughts on the 2014 ASNE-APME conference. Help us understand what we did well and what we could do better for next year by filling out this online survey! ASNE staff | 10/2/2014 Journalism That Matters has stories for you about ASNE-APME 2014
Journalism That Matters, which held a successful interactive session about engaging the diversity of local communities at the ASNE-APME conference in Chicago, has prepared two stories for you. ASNE staff | 10/2/2014 Survey: Tell us how ASNE-APME 2014: Fast Forward went
- participating in a press call with White House officials regarding Michelle Obama's trip to China.
- being panelists in a live chat about journalism ethics during an online screening of the documentary "A Fragile Trust."
ASNE staff | 9/25/2014
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