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Register today, boost your leadership performance

The 2017 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference kicks off in less than six weeks at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C. Check out the schedule and register today to join us Oct. 8-11!

Only one week left to apply to free leadership training

Our highly respected Emerging Leaders Institute is seeking candidates with diverse backgrounds for its final session of 2017. We're specifically looking for new and mid-level news leaders with diverse backgrounds who are in need of strong leadership and management skills that can be put to use immediately. Candidates across all news platforms will be considered.
 

ASNE joins in letter: DOJ's request for Trump protesters' data hurts free speech

ASNE and APME were part of many organizations that fought against a wide-ranging search warrant issued by the Department of Justice as part of its investigation into various Inauguration Day protests, which led to property damage around Washington, D.C. Our voices were heard, leading the DOJ to amend its initial request for information from DreamHost, which hosted the DisruptJ20.org website, which is alleged to have been a planning ground for the protests and contained information, which could be used to identify those who committed criminal acts. However, the D.C. Superior Court is still going to let the DOJ access certain information about site users in a manner that is broader than we'd like.
 

Sunshine Week continuation: Sunshine Hub/online legislative tracking tool

As part of continuing examination of threats to First Amendment freedoms and an extension of Sunshine Week 2017, The Associated Press, the American Society of News Editors and the Associated Press Media Editors have produced a package of stories focused on government attempts to promote secrecy or hinder access to information.
 

Register, book hotel soon to bring colleague for $100

The 2017 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference kicks off in less than seven weeks at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C. Register today to join us Oct. 8-11!
 

Apply by Sept. 8 for free leadership training

Our highly respected Emerging Leaders Institute is seeking candidates with diverse backgrounds for its last session of 2017. We're specifically looking for new and mid-level news leaders with diverse backgrounds who are in need of strong leadership and management skills that can be put to use immediately. Candidates across all news platforms will be considered.
 

Gerald Jordan to be honored for efforts to encourage students of color in journalism

Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 23, 2017) — Gerald Jordan, associate professor of journalism at the University of Arkansas, is the recipient of the 2017 Barry Bingham Sr. Fellowship, the American Society of News Editors announced today.
 

Missed ASNE live chat about Trump? Replay here!

On Wednesday, Aug. 23, we hosted a live discussion, dubbed "ASNE Expert Series: Trump and the press," with moderator Michelle Ye Hee Lee of The Washington Post and experts Elisabeth Bumiller of The New York Times, Scott Wilson of The Post and Karey Van Hall of Politico.
 

Free training opportunities expire soon, apply now!


Our highly respected Emerging Leaders Institute is seeking candidates for the two remaining sessions this year. We're specifically looking for new and mid-level news leaders with diverse backgrounds who are in need of strong leadership and management skills that can be put to use immediately. Candidates across all news platforms will be considered.
 

ASNE Expert Series: the media under attack


Don't forget to join our live chat next week during which we will explore how leading news organizations are mobilizing, tackling barriers to press access and enforcing standards as President Trump leads an assault on "fake news." We'll be live from noon to 1 p.m. EDT Wednesday, Aug. 23.   
 
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