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APME UPDATE • NOV. 16, 2017 

 

SAVE THE DATES

March 24, 2018: NewsTrain workshop in Muncie, Indiana
April 6-7, 2018: Phoenix NewsTrain
Sept. 11-12, 2018: ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference, Austin, Texas
Fall 2018: NewsTrain workshop in Denton, Texas
Fall 2018 or first half of 2019: NewsTrain workshop in Greenville, S.C.
March 2019: NewsTrain workshop in Toronto

Help the industry better address the rising challenges of unpublishing

You are invited to help your fellow journalism professionals learn more about the emerging challenges related to “unpublishing”—requests from the public to remove content on media websites and in digital archives—by participating in this brief survey.

This first global survey about the rise in requests to “unpublish” media content online is being conducted by a Deborah Dwyer, a Ph.D. student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in partnership with the Associated Press Media Editors (APME) and the American Society of News Editors (ASNE). The study is part of a graduate student research project.

Your input will provide important insight into this rising phenomenon and inform best practices for the industry.

Please note that your responses are anonymous and your participation is totally voluntary. However, if you would like to discuss this issue with the researcher further, you will have an opportunity to provide your name and contact information at the end of the survey. If you have questions, please contact the primary researcher, Deborah Dwyer, at ddwyer@live.unc.edu.

Thank you again for participating! The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete for journalists and about 5 minutes for other participants (academics, students, etc.).

Click here to begin the survey.


LAST DAY FOR THE CONFERENCE SURVEY!

Secure your discount for the 2018 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference


Did you attend this year’s ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference?

Please tell us what you thought about this year’s programs, and what you’d like to see next year. We’re hoping for lots of responses to get as full a picture as possible. Everyone who completes the survey will get 10 percent off the price of registration for next year’s conference.

Take the survey here: https://asne.wufoo.com/forms/z1ej0zc604d42fk/

To secure your discount for the 2018 convention, please email Paula Froke to let her know you completed the survey 

We will send you a promo code when the time comes for 2018 conference registration. Individual responses to the survey itself will remain anonymous.

If you missed the conference or would like to review what speakers and panelists had to say, ASNE has begun posting presentation materials. They will upload more in the coming weeks as more are received.

NewsTrain digital-skills workshops coming to Indiana, Arizona, Texas, South Carolina and Ontario in 2018-19

APME’s NewsTrain will bring its high-quality, affordable training to Indiana, Arizona, South Carolina, Texas and Ontario in 2018-19.

Here are the locations for the workshops, which have an early-bird rate of $75 each to attend:

  • March 24 in Muncie, Indiana, hosted by Ball State University;
  • April 6-7 in Phoenix, hosted at Arizona State University by the Arizona Newspapers Association;
  • Fall 2018 in Denton, Texas, (40 miles north of Dallas), hosted by the University of North Texas;
  • Fall 2018 or the first half of 2019 in Greenville, South Carolina, hosted at Furman University by The Greenville News; and
  • March 2019 in Toronto, hosted by News Media Canada.

Please sign up here to be emailed when more information becomes available on the dates, agendas and instructors for the 2018-19 workshops.

Additional workshops for 2019 will be announced in 2018. To apply to bring NewsTrain to your town in 2019, visit bit.ly/HostNewsTrain.

Attendees regularly rate NewsTrain as 4.5, with 5 as highly useful and highly effective. “This is the best training program I've attended in 10 years,” said Lynda Edwards, Knoxville News Sentinel reporter.

More info and register: http://bit.ly/NewsTrain

Phomicinda of The Orange County Register wins September's National Member Photo of the Month

The Associated Press Media Editors has honored this photograph as National Member Photo of the Month for September 2017. 

 

Thanks to Autumn Phillips at the Quad-City Times and George Rodrigue at The Plain Dealer f or judging this month. 

 

Here is what the judges had to say about the winning image:

 

“This is a compelling photo of the Canyon fire by Watchara Phomicinda of The Orange County Register. The mix of drama, composition and humanity drew us to this image. Her proximity to the action show courage and commitment, as she might have risked her life to take that photo. It also shows a level of trust put in her by the firefighting agencies to let her so close to the front lines.”

 

This is a link to all images entered for September and the winner is slide 46.

 

http://apphotocontests.ap.org/APME_POM/apme_pom_0917/index.html

 

 

Caption: Firefighters battle to save homes as the Canyon fire continues to burn in the 4200 block of San Ramon Drive in Corona, Calif., Monday, Sept . 25, 2017. (Watchara Phomicinda/The Orange County Register via AP)


WATCHDOG REPORTING

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Times-Picayune: How city council spent $155,000 in travel expenses
Baltimore Sun: Gun arrests decline after indictments of gun task force members   
Minnesota Star Tribune: Abused, ignored in senior homes across Minnesota
Kansas City Star: Kansas: “One of the most secretive, darkest states”
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle: How states spend your money on Hollywood
Philadelphia Inquirer: A $1 million clause in gaming bill for a casino
Dallas Morning News: Pain creams caused death, cost government millions
Seattle Times: County that voted for Trump shaken as immigrants disappear

WATCHDOG ROUNDUP


OPEN RECORDS / FREEDOM OF INFORMATION

Indiana officials close records on school district
North Dakota governor knew of commissioner's arrest weeks before revealed
Arkansas got execution drug made by resistant manufacturer
Public report not created in Topeka man's shooting by police

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INDUSTRY NEWS

Russia drafts legislation targeting foreign media
College to name school for late journalist Gwen Ifill
Russian TV network registers as foreign agent in US
US court hears case involving impersonation of AP journalist
'Hannity' fans smash Keurig brewers over pulled ads
Formal charges against Danish sub inventor due in December
Connecticut, other states scaling back government broadcasts
A list of heartbreak: Newspaper tallies 33,293 dead migrants
Moore dismisses allegations in story, says lawsuit to come
Reporters concerned about press access on Trump's Asia trip
Putin vows to retaliate for US actions against Russian media
Boston-area TV station breaks off newscast citing threat
Data firm CEO: Reached out to WikiLeaks about Clinton emails
Publisher says Arizona lawmaker made offensive remarks
Judge: No subpoenas for neo-Nazi website publisher's fam
Fox's Smith avoids story covered heavily by colleagues
Ex-anchor whose girlfriend died in live TV shooting elected
Sky threatens to shut UK news channel if it hinders Fox bid
New York Times fires lawyer who worked with Weinstein
Will it be AT&T vs the government in $85B Time Warner deal?
Venezuela assembly passes new law clamping down on media
Statesman publisher to step down, join Idaho Power
Disney ends LA Times ban after widespread backlash

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IN MEMORIAM

Former AP Hawaii bureau chief Gordon Sakamoto dies at age 82

Gordon Sakamoto, one of the first Asian-Americans hired to work in a U.S. bureau of an international news service, died Nov. 8 at 82. Sakamoto, a former Hawaii bureau chief for The Associated Press, started his journalism career with United Press International in Honolulu in 1960. He retired in 2001 after overseeing operations in Hawaii and the Central Pacific for AP. He died in his Honolulu home after heart failure and a long battle with chronic kidney disease, his son Kyle Sakamoto said. Honolulu-born Sakamoto worked for UPI for 27 years in San Francisco and Hawaii. He joined the AP in 1993 after working five years as a marketing specialist for the state of Hawaii. The AP named him chief of bureau in Honolulu on Jan. 1, 1994.

Read more: https://www.apnews.com/0fcb049e133c49d5a9d385a80c9aa310

Liz Smith, syndicated gossip columnist, dies at 94 

Liz Smith, the syndicated gossip columnist whose mixture of banter, barbs, and bon mots about the glitterati helped her climb the A-list as high as many of the celebrities she covered, died Sunday at the age of 94. Joni Evans, Smith's literary agent, told The Associated Press she died of natural causes. For more than a quarter-century, Smith’s column — titled simply "Liz Smith" — was one of the most widely read in the world. The column's success was due in part to Smith's own celebrity status, giving her an insider's access rather than relying largely on tipsters, press releases and publicists. With a big smile and her sweet southern manner, the Texas native endeared herself to many celebrities and scored major tabloid scoops: Donald and Ivana Trump's divorce, Woody Allen and Mia Farrow's impending parenthood.

Read more: https://apnews.com/66f841307c3d4ad89baf1681d8f34d90

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