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APME Great Ideas
WE WANT YOUR "GREAT IDEAS”

Every year, the Associated Press Media Editors features the best and brightest ideas from around the industry in our "Great Ideas book."

If you've launched a great idea submit it now through this easy-to-use form and we'll consider it for our monthly recognition and our annual book.

If you have questions, contact Tony Elkins, AME Innovation & Engagement for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune at tony.elkins@heraldtribune.com.





GREAT IDEAS ARCHIVE

 

The 2015 Great Ideas e-book has sections on:

• ONLINE SUPERSTARS: Digital content that got lots of traffic and buzz.
• MONEYMAKERS: Reader contests, special promotions and new sections that advertisers and readers loved.
• TOTALLY ENTERTAINING: Fun topics from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture.
• PUBLIC SERVICE: Projects that mean something to your communities.
• NEWSROOM MANAGEMENT: Techniques for boosting morale or getting the best from your staffers.
• ENTERPRISING COVERAGE: Vibrant or important topics covered in an interesting, innovative way.
• ENGAGING READERS: Projects or stories that engaged community members.


 

The 2013 Great Ideas book has sections on moneymakers, quick-turnaroud packages, fun topics, holidays, online superstars, public service and editor's choice. (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2012 Great Ideas book has sections on: Audience Engagement, Enterprise Storytelling, Multimedia, Niche Product/Section/Site, Social Media, Streaming Live/Broadcast, Video and more.

 

 

 

 

 

The 2011 Great Ideas book has sections on: Alternative Story Forms, Building Relationships and Readership, Business and Personal Finance, Database Reporting, Diversity, From The Associated Press, Managing a Changing Newsroom, Multimedia Storytelling, Photojournalism, Specialty Websites, Sports, Video Journalism, Watchdog / Investigative Reporting, Young Readers. (PDF)









Cover of 2010 Great ideas book

The 2010 Great Ideas book has sections on: Young Readers, Sports, Diversity, Building Readership, Business and Personal Finance, Multimedia Storytelling, Photojournalism, Alternative Storytelling Forms,Managing Change, Specialty Web Sites, From the Associated Press, Watchdog Reporting and Database Reporting. (PDF)


Great Ideas 2009The 2009 Great Ideas book has sections on: Projects and Investigative, Young Readers, Sports, Diversity, Building Readership, Business and Personal Finance,Multimedia Storytelling, Photojournalism, Alternative Storytelling Forms, Managing Change, Specialty Web Sites, From the Associated Press, Watchdog Reporting. (PDF)



 

 


Great Ideas 2008The 2008 Great Ideas book has chapters on: Projects and Investigative, Young Readers, Sports, Building Readership, Business and Personal Finance, Multimedia Storytelling, Photojournalism, Alternative Storytelling, Managing Change, Specialty Web Sites, Video, and From the Associated Press (PDF)





 

 

 


Great Ideas 2007The 2007 Great Ideas book has chapters on: Projects and Investigative, Young Readers, Sports, Building Readership, Business and Personal Finance, Online/Multimedia, Photojournalism, Storytelling, Managing a Change Newsroom, and From the Associated Press (PDF)








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