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. ASNE staff | 9/19/2014 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.
ASNE staff | 9/19/2014 ASNE-APME 2014 wraps up with First Amendment lunch with James RisenBy Sydney Lawson
"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.
Columbia College Chicago
ASNE-APME 2014: Fast Forward wrapped up Wednesday with a luncheon program
featuring James Risen and others discussing the current state of press freedom.
Risen, The New York Times reporter who is facing jail time for refusing to reveal a confidential CIA source, said journalists should push forward with aggressive investigative reporting "even at a time of diminished resources and hallowed-out newsrooms."ASNE staff | 9/19/2014 Look into strategy of news startups
By Aric Chokey
Ball State University ASNE-APME Convention Coverage Team ASNE staff | 9/19/2014 How to save community journalism
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.
By Matt McKinney
Ball State University ASNE-APME Convention Coverage Team
ASNE staff | 9/19/2014
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.