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ASNE voices concerns regarding DoD's proposed revisions on FOIA


ASNE has joined 
comments filed with the Department of Defense that ask the agency to reconsider proposed rules that might adversely impact reporters' ability to access documents from the agency through FOIA. 

Contact us if you need hotel room for Hacking News Leadership

 
No time to consider whether to attend Hacking News Leadership: Part 2 at Poynter! Read what your colleagues say about why this is a must-come conference, and sign up today!

The block of rooms we had reserved at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront expired Nov. 11, but we have some rooms reserved at the $129/night rate. Contact Cindy Roe at croe@asne.org as soon as possible if you haven't made your hotel reservation. 

Sign up: First ASNE-Poynter webinar Nov. 12

 
Have you signed up for the "How to Tell Great Investigative Stories with Dwindling Resources" webinar prepared by The Poynter Institute for Wednesday, Nov. 12? ASNE Board of Directors member George Stanley, managing editor of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is the speaker. 

Remember, ASNE members have free acceess to this webinar. Sign up today!

Job opening: ASNE Executive Director

 
ASNE is looking for an executive director who can work with top leaders of news organizations and journalism schools around the nation. The office and staff are located on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia, Missouri.

Those interested in this position should send a resume and cover letter to ASNE President Chris Peck at asne@asne.org by Jan. 9.  

Kickoff session: Share your expectations and vocabulary

 
Hacking News Leadership: Part 2 Dec. 6-7 will begin with this icebreaker session "Five things I wish my _____ understood." Participants will have the opportunity to share and discuss things that editors need to know to understand data/technology specialists and vice versa.  

Sign up: First ASNE-Poynter webinar Wednesday

 
Have you signed up for the "How to Tell Great Investigative Stories with Dwindling Resources" webinar prepared by The Poynter Institute for Wednesday, Nov. 12? ASNE Board of Directors member George Stanley, managing editor of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is the speaker. 

Remember, ASNE members have free acceess to this webinar. Sign up today!

Check out what's on our agenda for Hacking News Leadership: Part 2!


draft of the Hacking News Leadership: Part 2 agenda is ready for you! We're keeping the sessions that worked well at the previous conference and have added a few new sessions that we think will be beneficial for editors, data/tech specialists and journalism educators. 

Sign up now, and make your hotel reservation


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