Editors, photographers and reporters hosted a student portfolio review at the 2017 ASNE-APME-APPM Leadership in Conference in Washington, D.C. Oct. 10.
Fifty years have passed since the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, known as the Kerner Commission, shook the news media with its declaration that "the journalistic profession has been shockingly backward in seeking out, hiring, training and promoting Negroes."
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's "Just the FAQs" was named winner of the 2017 APME Innovator of the Year Award.
Taking risks outside the news industry can be intimidating, but that doesn’t mean those chances shouldn’t be taken. That was the message during the “Turning the Page” panel discussion at the 2017 News Leadership Conference.
Gaps in coverage left swaths of voters unheard from during the 2016 presidential campaign, four journalists agreed during a News Leadership Conference panel Tuesday.
Two editors and an educator were elected to the Associated Press Media Editors Board during the News Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. this week.
Dave Russell, a member of the Safety and Operations Branch of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Integration Office, said the drone is at the same place now as the car was then.
Julie Pace, the Washington bureau chief for The Associated Press, would argue that there’s a level of sophistication surrounding President Donald J. Trump’s most loyal followers.
Jason White, manager of U.S. news media partnerships at Facebook, spoke with Bill Church, senior vice president for news at GateHouse Media, on day three of the 2017 ASNE-APME-APPM News Leadership Conference.
Butch Ward, senior faculty and former managing director at The Poynter Institute, talked to 2017 News Leadership Conference attendees about the power of relationships at a leadership development session on Tuesday morning.
From sleeping in tents to avoiding water cannons and rubber bullets, Richard Tsong-Taatarii was determined to capture the events taking place during the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline on camera, even if it meant facing serious challenges.
Miami Herald Columnist Leonard Pitts told journalists Monday that they needed to be tougher about reporting the truth and to stop wimping out when it comes to covering President Trump.
With the trust in the United States press dropping, something American journalists might not recognize is that the rest of the world is not only watching, but also reacting.
Though fake news has become a “weapon” increasingly waged against the mainstream media, journalists likewise have an arsenal of tools to curb eroding trust among readers.
Ball State University's semester-long project, "Unmasked: The stigma of meth," won the Associated Press Media Editors 2017 Innovator of the Year Award for College Students.
Scott Mayerowitz, digital storytelling and multi-platform editor for business news at The Associated Press, said newsrooms must shift from traditional to the digital mindset.
Five panelists with experience covering the White House discussed the positives and negatives of covering President Donald J. Trump’s administration compared with past administrations to about 50 people at the ASNE/APME/APPM conference.
Flashing images on a screen from her coverage of President Donald Trump and his administration, Associated Press staff photographer Carolyn Kaster lead off one of the first events of the 2017 News Leadership Conference on Monday morning.
Support for the ASNE Legal Hotline, which provides journalists with a variety of legal resources, is slated to expand as a result of an $80,000 grant from the Charles Koch Foundation.
The reception, held at the Amazonia Habitat and Amazonia Science Gallery, kicked off the 2017 News Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.
Each journalist and editor on the panel have mounted successful efforts to engage their own respective communities.
Effective leadership and communication strategies were the focus of the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute in Washington, D.C. at the 2017 News Leadership Conference.
It is no secret to journalists that public confidence in news organizations is on the line as only 32 percent of Americans say they have a great deal or fair amount of trust in the media.
If you find yourself with some time either before or after the conference events, take time to remind you of the greatness of Washington D.C. and the beauty of the nation's capital.
Jim Simon is managing editor of Honolulu Civil Beat. He will take the baton as president of the Associated Press Media Editors at the 2017 Leadership Conference in Washington in October.
The award-winning columnist is among a distinguished list of speakers at the 2017 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference in Washington D.C.
Members of the American Society of News Editors have elected Alfredo Carbajal to serve as the organization’s next board president for 2018.
After spending his presidency advocating for diversity, newsroom leadership and First Amendment rights, Mizell Stewart III will be handing his role as the American Society of News Editors to someone new.
In the era of "fake news" and President Trump's twitter finger, the White House press corp has never been more visible or more vital, according to journalists doing the work.
Bill Church, outgoing president for APME, will step down and Jim Simon, managing editor for Honolulu Civil Beat, will begin his tenure.