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Support ASNE in your end-of-year giving

Now is the time. We need your support. In the past years, ASNE has found new ways to help members and advance journalism in the digital age. We have forged new partnerships and received new contributions.

ASNE wants to showcase your news operations, send your photos now!

With the new ASNE.org, members of ASNE have an opportunity to showcase their news operations. Submit a newsroom photo in JPEG format (maximum height: 380 pixels) to asne@asne.org, and get it featured on the ASNE homepage! 

ASNE wants to showcase your news operations, send your photos now!

With the new ASNE.org, members of ASNE have an opportunity to showcase their news operations. Submit a newsroom photo in JPEG format (maximum height: 380 pixels) to asne@asne.org, and get it featured on the ASNE homepage! 

Send us your newsroom photos for ASNE.org homepage

With the new ASNE.org, members of ASNE have an opportunity to share the look of their newsrooms with fellow news leaders in the nation. Submit a newsroom photo in JPEG format (maximum height: 380 pixels) to asne@asne.org, and get it featured on the ASNE homepage! 

Welcome to the new ASNE.org!

Today marks a fresh start for the American Society of News Editors with an updated website and new features to help you be a more effective newsroom leader.

The new ASNE.org is fully responsive, making for ease of use from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.  We've also established new sections with featured content on the organization's top priorities: First Amendment, Leadership and Diversity

From leading your news organization through transition and change to best practices for engaging diverse readers, you'll find useful, actionable information at the new ASNE.org. Check out Inside the Newsroom, your new home for articles that help you lead and inspire your team.

Those seeking leadership talent can also take advantage of the new ASNE Job Board, where ASNE member news organizations can post openings at no charge. 

Special thanks to ASNE Senior Information Specialist Megan Schumacher and Communications Coordinator Jiyoung Won for their efforts on the website revamp. 

AOJ to join forces with ASNE, turn over writing seminar to Poynter


The Association of Opinion Journalists will turn over its programming and signature training on the evolving craft of opinion journalism to ASNE and
Poynter.

"We appreciate the confidence the AOJ board showed in approving this merger with ASNE," said ASNE President Pam Fine, Knight Chair for News, Leadership and Community at The University of Kansas. "We're continually looking for ways to provide creative, forward-looking, inclusive and digitally focused programs and services. We know our new members from AOJ will be energetic and thoughtful allies in these efforts."

Your year-end gift-giving will help our mission to advance journalism

 
As ASNE charts its course, the ASNE Foundation has provided vital financial support for programs and operations. But we need your help, too. Why give to the ASNE Foundation. Click here to take a look at some of the services ASNE provides. 

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.  

Hello from Teri Hayt, ASNE's new executive director

 
Teri Hayt, ASNE's new executive director, is finally here in the ASNE office. Her first day was Monday, March 2. She succeeds Arnie Robbins who is now senior adviser to ASNE. 

ASNE board member Dori Maynard died Tuesday, Feb. 24

 
"Dori was a passionate voice for journalism that truly reflected the richness and diversity of civic life," said ASNE President Chris Peck. "She fearlessly challenged the media to explore the deeper issues of American society. Her courageous voice will be missed."
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