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Nguoi Viet Daily News, Westminster, CA.

Title: Vice President

Boston Globe Editor Marty Baron to lead ASNE chat

Date: Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011 at noon ET/ 9 PT

Second ASNE Leadership In Diversity Session to begin Sept. 19

More than 60 media company executives have signed up to participate in the second in a series of ASNE Leadership in Diversity sessions that will be held Monday and Tuesday, September 19 and 20 at The New York Times. Participants will include publishers, CEOs, advertising, news and digital media executives from media companies throughout the country.

‘Secrecy Report’: Obama has taken some positive steps towards open government

The 2011 Secrecy Report released Tuesday by OpenTheGovernment.org — a coalition of more than 80 groups, including ASNE, advocating for open and accountable government — chronicles positive changes in some indicators of secrecy during the Obama administration.

Nancy Barnes: Leading, learning, competing through change

Date: Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 at noon ET/ 9 PT

ASNE joins amicus letter in 'basemap' case

ASNE’s effort to ensure access to geographic information system basemaps continues to climb through California’s court system.

Court: High Schools can sign exclusive agreement for streaming sports events

The same Seventh Circuit ruled last week that a state doesn’t violate the First Amendment by entering into a contract granting one company an exclusive right to webcast high school sporting events.

ASNE backs Tribune Company’s pursuit of educational records

ASNE joined an amicus brief (PDF) filed earlier this month in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in support of Tribune Company’s request to the University of Illinois Board of Trustees for records relating to a “secret admissions program” benefiting those with political or financial connections.

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