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How to Lead Projects and Nurture an Investigative Culture

We are partnering once again with the Investigative Reporters and Editors to host a leadership-focused workshop at the 2017 IRE Conference in Phoenix. Reporters, project editors and top editors will learn what it takes to create an investigative culture and lead high-impact investigative projects and teams.

Take advantage of free leadership training June 9-10

Apply now to the highly competitive Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. This free training program is for up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds to develop core leadership and strategic skills.
 

Amicus brief: Access to court records

ASNE has recently joined three amicus briefs filed in key court cases around the country. A little overview by the numbers: All 3 were drafted by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, two are defamation cases, and one seeks access to court records; two cases emanate from California, and one is from the District of Columbia. Last week, we introduced the first amicus brief on the issue of limited-purpose public figure in a defamation case. Today, we're sharing the second amicus brief:
 

ASNE board elects George Stanley to leadership ladder

The Board of Directors of the American Society of News Editors elected a member to its leadership ladder during the April 13 reconvene of the board via phone, following up on the March 23 spring board meeting at The Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Take advantage of free leadership training June 9-10

Our Emerging Leaders Institute is back! It's a free training program devoted to helping up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds develop core leadership and strategic skills. The first of our four institutes this year will be June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. Apply by Friday, May 19.
 

How to Lead Projects and Nurture an Investigative Culture

We are partnering once again with the Investigative Reporters and Editors to host a leadership-focused workshop at the 2017 IRE Conference in Phoenix. Reporters, project editors and top editors will learn what it takes to create an investigative culture and lead high-impact investigative projects and teams. 
 

Amicus brief: Limited-purpose public figure in defamation

ASNE has recently joined three amicus briefs filed in key court cases around the country. A little overview by the numbers: all 3 were drafted by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, two are defamation cases, and one seeks access to court records; two cases emanate from California, and one is from the District of Columbia. Today we're introducing the first amicus brief:
 

How to lead projects and nurture an investigative culture

The American Society of News Editors, in conjunction with the 2017 Investigative Reporters and Editors Conference in Phoenix, is putting on a one-day workshop Wednesday, June 21, aimed specifically at leadership. This is the second year ASNE and IRE are partnering to provide training focused on leading investigations.
 

ASNE commits to train, develop emerging news leaders

The American Society of News Editors is accepting applications for the 2017 Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. The institute, previously known as the Minority Leadership Institute, trains up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds and helps them develop core leadership and strategic skills. It will be co-led once again by Jill Geisler, Loyola's Bill Plante Chair in Leadership and Media Integrity, and ASNE Vice President Alfredo Carbajal of Al Dia at The Dallas Morning News, along with ASNE Leadership Committee Co-Chairs Peter Bhatia of The Cincinnati Enquirer and Ron Smith of the USA TODAY.

Kudos to 2017 ASNE Awards winners, finalists

Congratulations, once again, to the winners and finalists of the 2017 ASNE Awards for best journalism! The contest, open to news organizations of all platforms, drew more than 350 competitive entries in 10 categories.
 
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