Monthly Archives: March 2010
The election period for APSE 2nd Vice President is open. The 2nd Vice President assumes office at the conclusion of the convention in June in Salt Lake City. Each news organization has one vote. To vote, send your choice via e-mail to Executive Director Jack Berninger at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is June 1. Check out the candidates.
On March 10, 2010, the Indiana University School of Journalism's National Sports Journalism Center and the Associated Press Sports Editors hosted a free workshop...
The schedule is set for the Southeast Region's annual meeting on Monday, April 26, at the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in Birmingham. Registration is free and open.
A seven-part series in the Boston Globe about the plight of student-athletes in Boston public schools — a series that chronicled a pattern of...
Another first-time judge reflects on the APSE contest judging experience.
A first-time judge from a small paper in Texas shares his thoughts on the APSE judging experience.
In conjunction with APSE’s partnership with Indiana University’s National Sports Journalism Center, the Red Smith Hall of Fame will permanently honor winners of the Red Smith Award as well as, secondarily, past APSE presidents. As a part of that effort to honor those who built APSE, past presidents have been invited to the opening of the Hall of Fame on April 24 in Indianapolis.
The 2010 APSE Northwest Regional Meeting will be Monday, May 3 in Tacoma, hosted by the Tacoma News Tribune. More information on details are forthcoming,...
Mitch Albom of the Detroit Free Press, the most-decorated columnist in APSE contest history with 13 first-place finishes, has been named this year's recipient of the Red Smith Award, President Garry D. Howard announced on Friday. He will receive the award at the APSE convention in Salt Lake City.
Contest circulation categories change to under 30,000, 30,000-75,000, 75,000-175,000 and over 175,000 among highlights from Executive Committee and General Membership Meeting, Wednesday, March 10, 2010, Radisson WorldGate Hotel, Kissimmee, Fla.