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Fill out survey to help Trust Project make journalism stand out

 
In its preliminary user research, the project has identified a set of potential indicators that signal trustworthiness. It is requesting the help of ASNE members to refine these indicators by responding to a survey about their organization's mission, values and practices. ASNE members who respond by Monday, March 28, will be provided an advance copy of the resulting report and entered into a lottery for either a $100 gift card or a $75 gift card.

Take survey about speakers/sessions for ASNE-APME 2016 conference

 
Please take 10 minutes of your time to fill out this brief survey measuring ideas about speakers and sessions for the ASNE-APME conference Sept. 11-14 in Philadelphia. 

Thanks in advance for your valuable input. Every response will be considered by the ASNE-APME Conference Program Committee. 

Fill out survey on roles/status of communication professionals

 
Please fill out this online survey, "Are Communication Professionals Achieving Their Potential?," which is part of a research initiative launched by Florida International University's Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication. 

The survey, which 
examines the roles and status of communication professionals, will help the communications industry at large, as well as the membership of ASNE. 

Reminder: Fill out ASNE survey about future of journalism

 
We're collaborating on a survey project with about two dozen top journalism and communication institutions around the country, along with the American Press Institute. Please take 15 mintues of your time to fill out the 
survey by Wednesday, May 13. 

Fill out ASNE survey about the future of journalism

 
As we mentioned April 14, we're collaborating on a survey project with about two dozen top journalism and communication institutions around the country, along with the American Press Institute. Please take 15 mintues of your time to fill out the survey

Coming soon: ASNE survey about the future of journalism

 
ASNE is collaborating on a survey project with about two dozen top journalism and communication institutions around the country, along with the American Press Institute. The survey, which will be part of our newsletter Thursday, will ask participants about their journalism work experience, their views of media today, their educational experience and more.

More people using smartphones, tablets to read news


The Reynolds Journalism Institute's first mobile media research report of the year finds that mobile devices are surpassing desktop computers and papers when it comes to delivering the news. 

Newsroom leaders resigned yet determined, ASNE-API survey shows

Editors around the country are frustrated by financial pressures, mandates beyond their control and constantly shifting goals. But they are determined to weather the storm, do good journalism and come out stronger on the other side, according to the results of a joint research survey released today by the American Press Institute and the American Society of News Editors.

ASNE survey looks at tech's impact on the editor's job

Newsroom editors are working longer hours, studying up on technology in their off time, and spending less time on what had been the core functions of their jobs, according to a recent ASNE survey. The challenges and opportunities posed by the news industry's increased focus on digital content development and related technology has profoundly affected the traditional role editors have played in newsrooms, according to the survey.

ASNE to conduct census of online news organizations

This summer, ASNE will conduct a new census to measure ethnic and gender diversity in web-based news organizations. The survey is voluntary and will be sent to online-only, general interest news organizations that are the source of appreciable original reporting. ASNE hopes to complete it and to announce the results before the end of the summer.

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