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Archive January 2016

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Take advantage of ASNE Legal Hotline, new free service for members


We are pleased to introduce the ASNE Legal Hotline to help guide members in their efforts to serve the public. Take advantage of this new free service by asking legal questions to ASNE Legal Counsel Kevin Goldberg. 

Don't forget to enter now and get your best journalism work recognized!


All participating organizations must create their own account and log in 
here to submit entries by 11:59 p.m. EST Friday, Feb. 5. Click on the Register button to begin the process. For questions, please contact ASNE Finance Director Cindy Roe at croe@asne.org or 573-884-2405.

Tell Senate to act on passing FOIA reform bill

 
The passing of the FOIA Oversight and Implementation Act of 2015 (HR 653) by the House of Representatives on Jan. 11 represents a major step forward toward some much needed reform of the federal Freedom of Information Act. However, the time for celebration is premature as there is still work to be done. In 2014, similar legislation passed both the House and Senate, but because they differed from each other, time ran out before one bill could be presented to the president for signature. We don't want that to happen again, and you can make sure it doesn't.

Educate, Empathize, Engage: Twelve Ways for Editors to Reach and Relate to Untapped Communities

 
This is the second in a two-part series made possible through a joint project of Journalism That Matters and the ASNE Diversity Committee.

Feedback from the "Flip" Side: The Impact and Reception of Community-Centered Journalism

 
This is the first in a two-part series made possible through a joint project of Journalism That Matters and the ASNE Diversity Committee.

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