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APME Update, July 5, 2016
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 APME UPDATE        JULY 5, 2016

  

SAVE THE DATE:

Sept. 12-15 -- ASNE-APME Conference in Philadelphia

Sept. 30-Oct. 1 -- NewsTrain in Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

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WATCHDOG REPORTING: SUMMARY OF IMPACT JOURNALISM FROM PAST WEEK

Arizona Daily Star: Juvenile court picks up children’s health tabs

Denver Post: Court ruling may offer second chance to some prisoners

Chicago Tribune: 10 shootings a day

Minneapolis Star Tribune: Stealing the show in the Twin Cities

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Administrative judge faces probe over sexual, racial language

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EDITORS IN THE NEWS: Rodrigue, Warsinskey, Shelton, Bohrer

 

OPEN RECORDS, FREEDOM OF INFORMATION, FIRST AMENDMENT

Newspaper publisher arrested after open records request

Judge: Media can argue to make Bundy case documents public

Obama signs bill easing access to government records

Utah official: Board of Regents members can't speak to press

In some Atlanta schools, lead is 15 times the federal limit

AP: Kansas officials' travel mixes family, politics

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INDUSTRY NEWS

New York Times: Facebook to change news feed to focus on friends, family

New York Times: Pillars of black media fight to survive

Gordon McLeod stepping down as publisher of NY's Newsday

Publisher Frank Wood to retire, West Virginia native Randy Mooney to succeed him

E. Mayer Maloney Jr. retires in Indiana

Tony Bernados promoted to publisher of The St. Augustine Record

Paper in Kerrville, Texas, welcomes new publisher

San Francisco media execute week of coverage on homeless crisis

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IN MEMORIAM: Benham

 

 

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