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Friday is the deadline to apply for leadership training at NABJ

 
The deadline to apply for ASNE's Minority Leadership Institute at NABJ is Friday, July 17. We're looking for 16 mid-level editors and news directors around the country to participate in this free leadership and management training. Participants will receive travel incentives. 

Apply by email to 
asne@asne.org.

Exciting program in store for you at #EDITORS3D conference


One of the highlights of our conference at Stanford University is the one-on-one coaching sessions Oct. 17 and 18 with 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. 

Interested editors and news leaders can email Sally Jacobsen at 
sjacobsen@ap.org to sign up. The 30-minute sessions are free to ASNE and APME members. 

Oppose Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act

 
ASNE members should contact their senators and ask them to vote "No" on S.754, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act. Our main concern is the impact this legislation will have on transparency. 

Apply to attend one of three institutes for free training on leadership


Do not wait until the last minute to apply for one of the three ASNE Minority Leadership Institutes. Selected participants will receive free training on newsroom leadership and management. They will also receive travel incentives. Read more for details. 

Exciting program in store for you at #EDITORS3D conference

 
One of the breakout sessions at the ASNE-APME conference Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University is "Millennials and their news habits" in which Jim Brady, CEO and founder of Billy Penn, will lead a discussion on how millennials consume news differently and what you need to do to engage younger audiences. 

ASNE joins amicus brief regarding court access

 
ASNE has joined 19 other media companies and organizations on an amicus brief filed in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals (the highest "state" court in D.C.). The brief argues that a trial court improperly sealed records in a lawsuit brought by a family whose children were taken by the District's Child and Family Services Agency. 

Deadline extended to apply for Minority Leadership Institute at NABJ

 
The deadline to apply for the Minority Leadership Institute at NABJ on Aug. 6-7 in Minneapolis is now Friday, July 17. Read more to see how to apply for this free training. 

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