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Sept. 19, 2013

SAVE THE DATE

Sept. 27-28, NewsTrain workshop, Colorado Springs
Sold Out! Oct. 3-4, NewsTrain workshop, Seattle
Oct. 28-30, APME Annual Conference, Indianapolis

NEW TODAY FROM APME

APME Conference: Large vendor turnout

The Associated Press Media Editors will have one of its largest groups of vendors attending the 2013 conference in Indianapolis, Oct. 28-30, 2013.

Among the vendors signed up to attend the conference are AccuWeather, American Profile magazine, The Associated Press, Athlon Sports, Brandstand, Crowdy News, Digital First, Libercus, Marquette University, National Press Foundation, The New York Times, Parade magazine, Schurz Communications, ScribbleLive, Tansa Systems USA, USA Weekend magazine and Washington Post Writers Group.

The theme of the conference is "Content is King."

Conference sessions will include Sports Coverage and Access, First Amendment Showdown, Change Management, Keeping Print Alive, The New Ethics, Metering Mania and How to Reset Your Coverage and Priorities.

The event will have two host hotels at two price points in the same complex, including the J.W. Marriott, $169 per night, and the SpringHill Suites, $139 per night. Special rates are available until Thursday, Sept. 26.

The conference will be held just across the street at the Indiana State Museum. The first night's reception and APME Foundation auction will be held at the Indiana Roof Ballroom, and the second night will feature a reception at the NCAA Hall of Champions.


Members: $250

Hotel reservations

JW MARRIOTT INDIANAPOLIS
King or Queen $169 per night
Special rates available until Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013

SPRINGHILL SUITES INDIANAPOLIS DOWNTOWN
King w/Sleeper Sofa $139 per night

Queen w/Sleeper Sofa $139 per night
Special rates available until Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013

Register for the conference today!

Spend some time with newsroom coach Rosalie Stemer

Editors: In this day of shrinking staffs and increased workload, are you concerned that your news organization is not bringing readers the high-quality content you know you're capable of providing? Are you juggling the unending demands of a 24-hour news cycle with social media, video, print, and web content? Here's a chance to meet one on one for 45 minutes with Rosalie Stemer, newsroom coach and editor, who will offer insights and suggestions tailored to your publication to help you and your staff create superior content on deadline. The sessions will take place at the APME Conference in Indianapolis, Oct. 28-30.

Please send Rosalie the materials you would like her to read by Oct 8 — your print paper or specific content on your web site. Prior to the meeting, the editor should tell Rosalie which areas he or she would like to improve, and the main problems in achieving the goals.

Contact Rosalie at rstemer@yahoo.com

WATCHDOG REPORTING

Buffalo News: Toxic algae in Lake Erie oozes closer to Buffalo
Philadelphia Inquirer: Financial records of five city judges subpoenaed
New York Times: Wall St. exploits ethanol credits and prices spike
Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Boomers give rise to new med-tech age
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Acne guidelines have unreported blemish
Los Angeles Times: Insurers hold down premiums but fewer doctors available
Indianapolis Sunday Star: Hospital charges vary for same procedures
Detroit Free Press: Vehicle registration discounts cost Michigan millions
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Pension adviser didn’t disclose tax liens

Read more about these Watchdog efforts

FROM AP

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INDUSTRY NEWS

• The New Yorker introduces subtle design changes
• LSU, newspapers reach deal over search records
• Gov. Brewer welcomes newspaper publishers
• Univision president Cesar Conde joins NBCUniversal
• Journalists recall Kennedy assassination
• Senate panel Oks measure defining a journalist
• Vermont’s Leahy hails committee OK for shield law
• Salt Lake Tribune reduces staff by 20 percent
• UK's Mirror group investigated over phone hacking
• Ex- journalist at UK tabloid charged over bribes
• New Spanish language newspaper publishing in Utah
• Fox ending Smith's nightly newscast
• China warns of jail for viral posts deemed libel
• Tina Brown to leave The Daily Beast
• Southeastern takes 12 pct stake in News Corp.
• Parra named publisher of Muskogee Phoenix
• Weiner makes obscene gesture to NYC reporter
• CBS News says it almost gave up on Assad interview
• Google loses appeal in Street View snooping case

Read about these Industry & Business stories

Editors in the News: Palm, Ehrlick

In Memoriam: Glidewell, Jones, Sperling, Hambrick, Steninger

And Finally ... Senegalese rappers spin world news on TV program

APME HEADLINES

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