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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Effective leadership and communication strategies were the focus of the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute in Washington, D.C. at the 2017 News Leadership Conference.
Members of the American Society of News Editors have elected Alfredo Carbajal to serve as the organization’s next board president for 2018.