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Register now and save $100 on your ASNE membership!
If you are not a member of ASNE, then this is your chance to become one at a much lower rate. For a limited time, we will give you a $100 discount on your membership when you register for the conference. All you need to do is email ASNE Communications Coordinator Jiyoung Won at jwon@asne.org after you register for the conference. She will provide a promo code that you can use to sign up for your membership. Don't miss this exclusive bundle deal!

Don't miss this! Sign up today to join us Sept. 11-14 in Philly

The 2016 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference kicks off in less than eight weeks in Philadelphia! Here are five things you don't want to miss. 
 
1. Two free pre-conference workshops. Yes, they are free!
 
Tools and Techniques for Digital Success: Lessons from the Knight-Temple "Table Stakes" Project
 
From 1 to 4 p.m.Sunday, Sept. 11, find out whether your newsroom is truly digital-first and positioned to compete for audiences during this pre-conference workshop focused on what it takes to be "in the game of news" in the 21st century. Join project leader Douglas K. Smith and leaders from the four participating newsrooms to learn key questions you should be asking about your newsroom operation and culture, what kind of commitment is needed to transition, and how to use tools and techniques created during the project. 

Take advantage of three ASNE membership benefits

ASNE membership comes with a range of benefits, but we'd like you to be especially aware of the following three that are relatively new: 1. ASNE Newsroom Leaders Facebook group 2. Free space to showcase your news organizations 3. ASNE Job Board

Join us Sept. 11-14 in Philadelphia

Our News Leadership Conference with APME has a lot to offer (see below). Sign up today to join us. See you soon! 

Hollis R. Towns wins the 15th annual Robert G. McGruder Award for Diversity Leadership

Hollis R. Towns, executive editor and vice president of the Asbury Park Press, is the winner of the 15th annual Robert G. McGruder Award for Diversity Leadership, awarded by the Associated Press Media Editors and the American Society of News Editors.

Awards presentations, free pre-conference workshop, entertainment and more at ASNE-APME conference Sept. 11-14 in Philly!

The 2016 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference kicks off in eight weeks in Philadelphia! Here are four things you don't want to miss. 
 
1. 2016 ASNE Awards presentations

Meet the winners of this year's ASNE Awards throughout the conference! We'll have a short ceremony MondayTuesday and Wednesday to recognize their competitive winning work. 

Busy schedule lined up for ASNE community engagement project

The ASNE project has an exciting schedule for the remainder of 2016. The project is working with local media, civic organizations and higher education partners to host ongoing citizen dialogues around the country. Here is a list of upcoming communities and the media partners working with us as news literacy ambassadors: 

ASNE hosts three roundtables with King County Library System

In May, ASNE's National Community and News Literacy Roundtables Project hosted a series of facilitated community discussions in partnership with the King County (Washington) Library System. As part of KCLS' "Everyone's Talking About It" adult learning programming, the roundtables covered homelessness, food insecurity and mental health at three KCLS libraries.

Register today and don't miss out on great programming at ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference Sept. 11-14 in Philly!

The 2016 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference kicks off in less than 10 weeks in Philadelphia! Here are four things you don't want to miss. 
 
1. Tools and Techniques for Digital Success: Lessons from the Knight-Temple "Table Stakes" Project
Find out whether your newsroom is truly digital-first and positioned to compete for audiences during this pre-conference workshop focused on what it takes to be "in the game of news" in the 21st century. Join project leader Douglas K. Smith and leaders from the four participating newsrooms to learn key questions you should be asking about your newsroom operation and culture, what kind of commitment is needed to transition and how to use tools and techniques created during the project. 

Apply by Tuesday for free training on news leadership and management

Apply by Tuesday, July 12, for the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute Aug. 2-3 at the NABJ/NAHJ Joint Convention and Career Fair in the District of Columbia. This free training is geared toward minority journalists who are up-and-coming news leaders. Travel reimbursements of up to $600 per participant are available after the institute. 

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