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2015 ASNE newsroom census in the spotlight

 
We hope you saw our report on the 2015 ASNE Newsroom Employment Census that was released Tuesday. We also posted all the relevant numbers in 15 detailed tables. The census was in the spotlight as soon as we released the results and has received both national and international publicity through detailed analyses and social media. 

Click on the headline for links to some of news stories about the 2015 ASNE census and its results. 

Apply by Aug. 7 for free leadership training at NAHJ/RTDNA/SPJ

 
The institute will select 16 mid-level editors and news directors around the country for free leadership and management training on goal-setting, strategies, leadership style, driving diversity, and technology and innovation. They will also receive travel incentives

Interesting sessions, events planned for our conference at Stanford


One-on-one coaching sessions Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17-18

  • Jill Geisler, Bill Plante Chair in Leadership and Media Integrity at Loyola University Chicago, and Butch Ward, a senior faculty member at The Poynter Institute, will be available to meet with editors and other news leaders from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 17. Ward will also be available during the same hours on Sunday, Oct. 18There is no charge for the 30-minute sessions for ASNE and APME members. Email Sally Jacobsen at sjacobsen@ap.org to sign up for the sessions.

ASNE's Community Roundtables Project heads to NYC Aug. 13

 
Register for ASNE's community roundtable Aug. 13 in New York City!

In partnership with the The City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism, we will gather a diverse mix of cross-sector community stakeholders to have an expert-facilitated conversation on what we know about the state of pedestrian safety in the city, how it's covered, how we talk about it in our communities and what further information we seek.

ASNE releases 2015 newsroom census results


The percentage of minorities in newsrooms remains relatively steady at 12.76 percent, and 63 percent of newspapers have at least one woman among top-three editors.

Applications are still open for two Minority Leadership Institutes

 
Did you miss the application deadline for the Minority Leadership Institute at NABJ? You still have time to apply for one of the other two institutes. Apply by Aug. 7 for the institute at NAHJ/RTDNA/SPJ and by Aug. 28 for the institute at ASNE-APME. 

ASNE's Community Roundtables Project heads to NYC Aug. 13

 
Register for ASNE's community roundtable Aug. 13 in New York City!

In partnership with the The City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism, we will gather a diverse mix of cross-sector community stakeholders to have an expert-facilitated conversation on what we know about the state of pedestrian safety in the city, how it's covered, how we talk about it in our communities and what further information we seek.

Interesting sessions, events planned for our conference at Stanford

 
"The War on Science" session Saturday, Oct. 17

  • The Earth is 10,000 years old. Vaccinations cause autism. Global warming isn't happening. Science would say otherwise to all of these. Yet millions of Americans aren't believing what science has provided. Why? Susan Goldberg, editor-in-chief of National Geographic Magazine and News, will moderate a discussion on today's "War on Science" and what journalists need to know about it.

Further FOIA reform with #FixFOIAby50

 
As part of our push for legislation to reform the federal Freedom of Information Act via nonidentical bills currently pending in the House (HR 653) and Senate (S 337), we are happy to let you know about a new initiative created by the Sunshine in Government Initiative (SGI). ASNE is one of the 10 media organizations comprising SGI, and we hope that ASNE members will rally around SGI's new #FixFOIAby50 campaign in support of FOIA Reform.

Connecting to communities through conversation


Published by Montclair State University's Center for Cooperative Media, this article reflects on the ASNE roundtable that we hosted successfully in partnership with the center during the Engage Local conference June 15-16 in Newark.

Click on the headline to read the entire article for an overview of the Newark roundtable, and get a better idea of ASNE's 
National Community and News Literacy Roundtables Project
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