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Archive November 2015

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INSIDE THE FIRST AMENDMENT | Shouting in favor of silencing others: A First Amendment conundrum

 
ASNE's First Amendment Committee is happy to share an "Inside the First Amendment" column by committee member Gene Policinski, chief operating officer of the Newseum Institute and senior vice president of the Institute's First Amendment Center. 

The column "
Shouting in favor of silencing others: A First Amendment conundrum" is free for ASNE members to reprint on their op-ed pages.

Learn how to build creative, collaborative teams at ASNE/CUNY workshop

 
       

Sign up to attend "Audience-Driven Leadership: How to Build Product-Focused Newsrooms and Manage Change," a one-day workshop Jan. 14 in New York City. In partnership with The City University of New York's CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, the workshop will teach news leaders how to establish a product-oriented culture while producing great journalism.

Click on the headline for more information about the workshop. 

Consider charitable donations to ASNE Foundation

 
As the end of year approaches quickly, we ask our members for charitable donations to the ASNE Foundation. Your support will help us tremendously in carrying out our mission to promote leadership, First Amendment values, diversity, news literacy, and excellence and innovation in professional journalism in the digital age. 

Read more to learn about some of the services that ASNE provides.To donate, 
go to this link and click on the "Donate" button. Thank you.  

Update from ASNE president: Introducing new committees, their projects


We have six ASNE committees for 2015-16 that will be working on several projects to help ASNE move forward and sustain journalism into the future. Click on the headline to learn more about each committee and committee members. 

If you'd like to join a committee, then please contact ASNE Executive Director Teri Hayt at thayt@asne.org. If you have ideas for an ASNE project or any other general thoughts you want to share, then contact ASNE President Pam Fine at pamfine@ku.edu.

Our letter on restrictive media credentials in entertainment industry

 
We are becoming increasingly aware of particularly restrictive credentialing agreements issued to photographers and videographers in the entertainment industry. We hope to better focus attention on this issue by joining 11 other media organizations on the "Open Letter to Performers Regarding Standard Conditions for Photographers Live Appearances Agreements."

We invite you to publish the letter as an op-ed or otherwise include it in your coverage. 

Join ASNE members-only Facebook group to connect, share ideas

 
We invite our members to join ASNE Newsroom Leaders, a members-only Facebook group, and share ideas, pose questions and reflect on current issues. 

Email ASNE Communications Coordinator Jiyoung Won at 
jwon@asne.org or ASNE Vice President Mizell Stewart III at mizell.stewart@jmg.com with your Facebook URL or name to join the group. 

2015-16 ASNE President Pam Fine's speech

 
ASNE President Pam Fine, Knight Chair for News, Leadership and Community at The University of Kansas, gave her speech during the ASNE business meeting on the last day of the ASNE-APME conference at Stanford University. Click here to learn her vision and enthusiasm for the future of ASNE. 

Save the date for ASNE-APME 2016

 
Mark your calendar now to join us Sept. 11-14 in Philadelphia! We will have more information soon on registration and hotel reservation.

Join ASNE members-only Facebook group to connect, share ideas


We invite our members to join ASNE Newsroom Leaders, a members-only Facebook group, and share ideas, pose questions and reflect on current issues. 

Email 
ASNE Communications Coordinator Jiyoung Won at jwon@asne.org or ASNE Vice President Mizell Stewart III at mizell.stewart@jmg.com with your Facebook URL or name to join the group. 

#editors3D presentations now available at ASNE website

 
Click here to view what our outstanding panelists and speakers presented on the theme of diversity, digital and disruption at the #editors3D conference Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University. 

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