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ASNE-APME conference: See you at Stanford in 7 days!

 
We have compiled five important things you need to know about before attending the ASNE-APME conference Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University. 

Join us at ASNE-APME conference, packed with great programming!

 
The ASNE-APME #editors3D conference will kick off in eight days at Stanford University.Register now if you haven't.Our sessions and conversations on diversity, digital and disruption, as well as a variety of activities will help you learn new ways to move forward and make connections with fellow decision-makers in the journalism industry.

The conference will begin at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, and conclude at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18. Please refer to our program schedule for more information. 

Fill out survey on media ethics, opportunities, conflicts by tomorrow

 
If you haven't had a chance to fill out our survey regarding media ethics, opportunities and conflicts in the age of viral news, then please do so by Friday, Oct. 9. Five minutes of your time will guide the "New media, new ethics" session that tackles these issues at the ASNE-APME conferenceOct. 16-18 at Stanford.

Meet AP, one of our #editors3D conference sponsors


The ASNE-APME conference at Stanford University (#editors3D) kicks off next week, and we'd like to continue our introductions of some of our generous sponsors. Meet The Associated Press.

'Making Sunshine Week every week,' commentary by ASNE legal counsel

 
In the recent commentary piece "Making Sunshine Week every week," ASNE legal counsel Kevin Goldberg discusses the "net effect" since the successful closing of Sunshine Week 2015, March 21-28, and asks why we, as citizens, media and government, do not carry on the importance of open government and positive effects of this annual celebration once the week is over. 

ASNE-APME Conference: See you at Stanford in 9 days!

 
We have compiled six important things you need to know about before attending the ASNE-APME conference Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University. 

We need five minutes of your time to fill out survey on media ethics

 
ASNE Board of Directors member Nancy Barnes, executive editor of the Houston Chronicle, invites you to participate in a brief survey regarding media ethics, opportunities and conflicts in the age of viral news.

Please complete the survey by the end of the day Friday, Oct. 9. 

See you next week at Stanford, sign up today to join the excitement!

 
The ASNE-APME conference Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University in Palo Alto will kick off in less than two weeks. Join us for the exciting weekend of sessions and conversations on diversity, digital and disruption, as well as a variety of activities. You will learn ways to move forward and make connections with fellow decision-makers in the journalism industry. Check out the details in this
program schedule, and register for the conference today! 

Meet NerdWallet, one of our #editors3D conference sponsors


The ASNE-APME conference at Stanford University (#editors3D) kicks off next week, and we'd like to reintroduce 
NerdWallet, one of our generous sponsors. Learn what it offers to its users and employees.

Amicus brief regarding New Jersey open public records act

 
ASNE has joined an amicus brief, drafted by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, which pushes back against a truly contorted reading of the New Jersey Open Public Records Act (OPRA). The brief is being filed in the New Jersey Supreme Court in support of the North Jersey Media Group. 
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