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APME Update Feb. 7, 2014
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Feb. 7, 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

New categories this year in APME Excellence Awards
 
What's new with this year's APME Excellence Awards? We've added a new category: Best Mobile Platform. This new category will honor a news organization that produced or made significant improvements to a mobile application or platform in 2013.
 
Four of the categories in this year's contest offer monetary awards: the Seventh Annual Innovator of the Year Award for newspapers, the Best of Show in the Public Service Awards, the Fourth Annual Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism and the Tom Curley Sweepstakes Award in the First Amendment Awards.
 
And, we've also changed our entry period to a calendar year. All awards will be presented for journalism published or launched between Jan. 1, 2013, and Dec. 31, 2013. Because of the change in the entry period, first-place winners in the previous contest (running from May 1, 2012- April 30, 2013) are not eligible to enter their winning work in the current contest. All other entries are eligible and will be considered by judges.
 
Don't forget, the entry deadline is March 31.
 
The awards will be presented at the ASNE/APME Conference Sept. 15-17 in Chicago.
 
 

 

FROM AP

Beat of the Week:  Santana, Muheisen

Best of the States: Kelleher

 

WATCHDOG REPORTING

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Who’s responsible for deaths in detention?

New York Times: Plenty of exemptions to lobbying restrictions

Houston Chronicle: Medicaid clogged in Texas

Newark Star-Ledger: NFL gets big tax break from New Jersey

Washington Post: Hospice care need not mean end of life

Indianapolis Star: Who pays nuclear tab?

 

INDUSTRY NEWS

Boston Globe owner Henry takes on publisher role

Toledo Blade  sues for release of report on investment scandal

US criticizes China as journalist forced to leave

Fla.-based Poynter Institute names new president

After threat, NY rep. faces temperament questions

Bill to bolster Colo. media shield law fails

Media watchdog blasts Sochi restrictions

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EDITORS IN THE NEWS: McMillan, Bussewitz, Kessel, Brink, Wilson, Lovett, Hengel

Read more: Editors in the News

 

IN MEMORIAM: Morgan

Read more: In Memoriam


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