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APME UPDATE • SEPT. 14, 2017
SAVE THE DATE
Oct. 8-11, 2017: ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference, Washington, D.C.
Why not register by Saturday and invite your friend to attend for just $100?
To register for the main conference: The registration fee is $275 for members of ASNE and APME and $375 for nonmembers. Those who register and book a three-night hotel stay by Sept. 16 can register a colleague for just $100! Simply register yourself for the conference and book your rooms, then contact APME at email@example.com for the code to register your colleague.
Special rates are also available for retired members, spouses, students and APME's Regents. Lunch tickets for Monday, Oct. 9, and Tuesday, Oct. 10, can be purchased during registration.
To book your hotel room: A terrific group rate is available at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park for $249/night Friday, Oct. 6, through Wednesday, Oct. 11. Reservations must be made by 6 p.m. EDT Friday, Sept. 22. Make a reservation online here.
To register for the Oct. 8 pre-conference workshops and/or the Oct. 10 reception at the Australian ambassador's residence email APME at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New England diversity scholarships to train in digital skills at October NewsTrain deadline Friday!
Applications still open for Seattle
Journalists, journalism students and journalism educators from diverse backgrounds are invited to apply for diversity scholarships to train in digital skills at three APME NewsTrains this fall.
The daylong trainings will be held on these Saturdays in these cities, with scholarship-application deadlines listed:
· Oct. 14 in Beverly, Massachusetts, 26 miles north of Boston. Deadline Extended: Sept. 15
· Oct. 21 in suburban Columbus, Ohio. Applications closed.
· Nov. 11 in Seattle. Deadline: Oct. 4.The winners of the competitive awards have their $75 registration fee waived. They are responsible for their own travel expenses.
Attendees typically rate NewsTrain training sessions as 4.5, with 5 as highly effective and highly useful.
Discounted hotel rooms are available. Super-early birds may also qualify for a free AP Stylebook.
NewsTrains often sell out. Register today!
New leadership, new home for Mid-America Press Institute
The Mid-America Press Institute, a newsroom training association approaching its fifth decade, has relocated to Champaign, Illinois, and is now under new management.
The Mid-America Press Institute, a nonprofit offering low-cost training to mid-career journalists, built its membership from newspapers across the Midwest and had been located at Eastern Illinois University since 1994.
Management of MPI is overseen by part-time co-directors, Brant Houston, the Knight Chair in Investigative Reporting at the University of Illinois, and Pam Dempsey, the executive director of the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting, an online, nonprofit newsroom covering agribusiness and related issues.
“As journalism faces greater challenges than ever before, it’s exciting to see MPI focused on the future with new leadership and a renewed commitment to providing affordable, relevant training for mid-career journalists. Brant and Pam are a solid team,” said Erin Orr, managing editor for The Times Media Co. and MPI board member. “With MPI’s move to Champaign and its involvement with the Knight Chair at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Brant and Pam’s leadership, we expect MPI’s presence to grow, our membership to become more vibrant and diverse, and our workshops to more deeply reflect the needs of today’s journalists.”
Contribute to the APME Foundation silent auction
An annual event at the News Leadership Conference is the APME Foundation auction. Donations are tax-deductible and go to support training and support for newsroom leaders, including APME's regional training workshops, NewsTrain.
A few of the items already donated:
• A perennial favorite is Annette McGruder’s hand-painted scarves. Priceless.
• Four box seats to see the Chicago Bulls play Friday, Nov. 17, vs. Charlotte Hornets. Dinner and drinks in the suite and parking are all included. Value is $600 from Bob Heisse, NWI.com.
• Two tickets to a Red Sox game (date to be mutually determined), plus dinner and hotel. Value $600 from Anne Brennan, GateHouse Media New England.
• CANDY! A basket of Albanese candy from Northwest Indiana. Bring it to your newsroom and be the most popular editor ever. Value $150 from Summer Moore, NWI.com.
• One year’s subscription to BarkBox, a monthly toy and treat delivery that is guaranteed to keep your pooch playful.Value $249 from Laura Sellers and Carl Earl, EO Media Group.
• A Pendleton gift certificate and a bottle of Pendleton Whisky and one of Snake River Stampede Whisky. Value $250 from Laura Sellers and Carl Earl, EO Media Group.
To donate, please fill out this form and send to Kim Meader.
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