Monthly Archives: September 2010

University of Maryland hosts diversity in sports media panel

The Philip Merrill College of Journalism and the Shirley Povich Chair for Sports Journalism invites you to a discussion: “What Happened?”

From the president: Busy, exciting times for us all

There's been quite a bit on Phil Kaplan's plate as he has taken on the top job in the organization. Here's a progress report.

Help our membership drive by pointing us in the right direction

This is as important now as ever, as we fight to reinvigorate our ranks in a tough economy and keep our overall organizational clout strong.

Ideas sought for Mid-Atlantic meeting

The region meeting is moving to the spring. We are tentatively looking at April 18 at Penn State.

West Region meeting slated Nov. 8

Sessions include the future of mobile and FOI requests your section should regularly be making of its public institutions.

Roundtable: How has your football coverage changed?

The Boston Globe's Joe Sullivan, the Des Moines Register's Bryce Miler and the Fayetteville Observer's Todd M. Adams tackle this month's question.

On the Move: George joins Orlando Sentinel as Florida beat writer

The 2009 APSE first-place award winner for investigative reporting takes her talents to an ultra-competitive beat.

Sign up for 2010 APSE Web contest. Deadline is Oct. 8

The judging expands to three traffic categories over two days. Multimedia entries will be evaluated at the story and section judging in February.

Region notes: Seattle Times puts fresh spin on coverage of losing teams

The paper's unique project chronicling the struggling Mariners, Seahawks and Washington Huskies football team received plenty of feedback from readers.

APSE dues can now be paid online

Dues notices wil no longer be mailed. Find out how you can get one member free.