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|APME Update • NewsTrain diversity scholarships available for Norman, Okla.|
APME UPDATE JAN. 18, 2016
SAVE THE DATE
Apply by Feb. 1 for diversity scholarships to train in social, data, mobile- and 360-video at Norman, Okla., NewsTrain March 4
Apply by Feb. 1 for competitive diversity scholarships to attend a cutting-edge journalism workshop in Norman, Oklahoma, on March 4.
NewsTrain, APME’s traveling workshop for journalists, is coming to the University of Oklahoma.
Norman NewsTrain attendees will experience a full day of digital training taught by accomplished journalists. Sessions include:
• Using social media as powerful reporting tools,
For successful scholarship applicants, the $75 early-bird registration fee is waived, but they are responsible for travel expenses. Journalists, journalism students and journalism educators from diverse backgrounds are invited to apply by Feb. 1 at bit.ly/NormanNewsTrain.
NewsTrain attendees regularly rate their training as 4.5, with 5 as highly effective and highly useful. "This is the best hands-on collection of practical sessions with knowledgeable ‘in-the-field’ instructors I’ve experienced,” said Kelly Shiers, a reporter in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Can’t make it to Norman? NewsTrain will be in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 21, and Seattle, Washington, and Beverly, Massachusetts (outside Boston), in the fall. Please sign up here to be notified when these workshops are open for registration and accepting diversity-scholarship applications.
Questions? Email Linda Austin, NewsTrain project director.
The 2017 Associated Press Media Editors awards, honoring journalism excellence and innovation, are open for entries
Do you have a great journalism innovation? Win money for it! The APME Awards are open for entries. If you win Innovator of the Year, you win $1,000.
Award Spotlight: Innovator of the Year
Criteria: Entries will be judged by how journalists or their organizations create, execute and sustain a cutting-edge concept that could be successfully be adopted by other news media. The innovation can be in product development, organizational change, audience advancement, or any other effort that enhances the viability of news organizations.
Eligibility: Journalists with Associated Press or Canadian Press member organizations, or the organizations themselves, are eligible.
Nominations: Individuals, news organizations, professional societies, journalism schools, state AP associations and others may submit nominations.
The deadline for all entries is March 1, 2017.
Last year's Grand Prize winner is the Northwest Times of Indiana for Community Civilty Counts
Media Day • PennLive/The Patriot-News, Harrisburg, Pa.
We’re in our second year of hosting Media Days for high school sports. Area media outlets get to interview players and coaches from every team but we also want the kids to enjoy themselves.
We cover heavily on our site and social with posts, videos, and loads of photos we’ll use throughout the season. This year we added cheerleaders and two high school drum lines!
— Cate Barron
Link to the eBook and see all the 2016 Great ideas!
AP: Lie detectors trip applicants at border agency
OPEN RECORDS, FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
Regent: Response to ISU plane scandal was 'slap in the face'
Journalists group backs media insurance covering war zones
EDITORS IN THE NEWS
Ezra Kaplan, a multi-media journalist with experience covering breaking news and overseas assignments, has been hired by The Associated Press to help cover the 2017 legislative session in Georgia
Columbia Missourian Executive Editor Tom Warhover stepped down Monday, Jan. 9, and will return to teaching and conducting research in the spring semester, the University of Missouri School of Journalism said in an email.