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APME Update, Oct. 2, 2014
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APME UPDATE – Oct. 2, 2014

SAVE THE DATE

• Oct. 10-11
, NewsTrain Workshop, Las Vegas

NEWSTRAIN’S WORKSHOP IS COMING TO LAS VEGAS NEXT WEEK

Don’t miss out: Get top-flight training at NewsTrain’s workshop Oct. 10-11 in Las Vegas.

Highlights of the training sessions:

-- Reporting watchdog stories on a budget with Pulitzer Prize winner Michael J. Berens of The Seattle Times

-- Using social media for reporting and branding with Karen Workman of The New York Times

-- Planning content across platforms with Meg Downey, former managing editor of The Tennessean.

Cost is just $75. Diversity scholarships and discounted hotel rates are available. 

Register: http://bit.ly/LasVegasNewsTrain

Want to bring a NewsTrain workshop to your town in 2015? Please download an application form at http://bit.ly/HostNewsTrain

For updates on NewsTrain’s next stops, follow us on Twitter @NewsTrain or like us at Facebook.com/NewsTrain.

FROM AP

Beat of the Week: Zoll 

Best of the States: Abdollah, Tucker

WATCHDOG REPORTING

Columbus Dispatch: Legitimate campaign spending hard to define
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Police promise on mental health training unmet
Columbus Dispatch: Colleges underreporting crimes
Los Angeles Times: City pays millions for police and firefighting injury claims
Hartford Courant: Insurance commissioner, other state employees, globe-hopping
Baltimore Sun: City pays $57 million since 2011 over police use of force
Arizona Republic: Plans for school funding short on details
News and Observer: Pay of county sheriffs depends on whims of commissioners

Read more Watchdog Reporting

EDITORS IN THE NEWS: De Pury, Chira, Elder, Purdy, Fisher, Averette 

INDUSTRY NEWS


New York Times Plans Cutbacks in Newsroom Staff
Judge allows video of theater shooting trial
Piers Morgan Will Write for The Daily Mail
Journalist arrested during BART protest loses suit
Tennessee court denies access to Vanderbilt rape case
News Corp. to buy Move Inc. for about $950 million
Gov't settles with newspaper over seized notes
Newspapers at Drake University in Iowa vandalized
Tennessee Supreme Court declines to hear appeal against public record law
Forest Service says media doesn't need permit
Oliver adds journalism to his comedy
Watchdog warns of attacks on journalists in Yemen
Journalist freed in Somalia: Need time to recover
Snowden, Rusbridger honored with 'alternative Nobel'

Read more Industry News

IN MEMORIAM: Slattery, Koerselman

Associated Press Media Editors

APME is a professional network, a resource for helping editors and broadcasters improve their news coverage and newsroom operations.

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