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APME Update Jan. 30, 2014
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Jan. 30, 2014

SAVE THE DATE

• March 31, 2014, Deadline for APME Journalism Excellence Awards

• Sept. 15-17, 2014, ASNE-APME Conference, Chicago


NEW TODAY FROM APME

NewsTrain LogoToday is the Deadline for Applying to Host a NewsTrain Workshop in 2014

NewsTrain is a national touring workshop sponsored by APME that serves journalists in their own cities. Programs are designed to provide training in the skills, knowledge, and information needed in a rapidly changing media setting, at an affordable cost. NewsTrain's core audience includes frontline editors, department heads, and senior editors – people who edit and manage print and digital news platforms. Reporters, copy editors, visual journalists, online producers, and college journalism educators are also welcome and find NewsTrain programs valuable.

To download an application: http://www.apme.com/?page=hosting
 

For more details or to request a NewsTrain workshop in your area, contact Michael Roberts, NewsTrain Project Director, mroberts.newstrain@gmail.com.



FROM AP

Beat of the Week: Burns

Best of the States: Welsh-Huggins

 

WATCHDOG REPORTING

Albuquerque Journal: City retirees collect million in unused leave

Arizona Daily Star: Receipts shed light on supervisors’ spending

Boston Globe: State spent millions on secret settlements

Minneapolis Star Tribune: Decline in federal grants is threat to state research

New York Times: Accidents surge as oil industry takes the train

San Jose Mercury: College sex assault policy ‘unfair’

The Modesto Bee: Crime-solving rate high for state, but wait hurts victims

 

 

INDUSTRY NEWS

 

Judge allows subpoena for records from newspaper

California university to survey Latino journalists

Newport (R.I.) Daily News to shift to morning edition

The York (Pa.) Dispatch to become a morning paper

Inside story on Snowden to be published next month

Carriers for San Diego paper awarded nearly $5M

Court: Disgraced ex-journalist can't practice law

 

Read about these Industry & Business stories

 

EDITORS IN THE NEWS: Gillespie, Nash, Ross, Johnson, Enderle, Drake, Fenwick, Gibson

Read more: Editors in the News

 

IN MEMORIAM: McCutcheon

Read more: In Memoriam


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