Monthly Archives: July 2011

APSE announces winners of college scholarships

Chris Eckerd of the University of Maryland is recepient of the Tim Wheatley Scholarship. Stephanie Kuzydym of Indiana University is recepient of the Roy Hewitt Scholarship. The winners of the other two scholarships are Kyle Fredrickson of Oklahoma State and Aaron Smith of Kentucky.

Southwest Region meeting: Editors get creative to stretch resources

Sports editors at Southwest Region meeting in Austin share ways they've managed dwindling resources to maximize their coverage.

Southwest Region meeting: Tips on covering the big event

From the Super Bowl to the Final Four to rodeos to events in between, sports editors discussed tactics for covering big events at the APSE Southwest Region meetings

Southwest Region meetings: They do high schools big in Texas

Sports editors at the July 22-23 APSE Southwest Region meetings in Austin shared ideas about how they tackle coverage of high school sports.

Dallas’ Campbell, Beaumont’s Styf selected leaders of Southwest Region

Keith Campbell of the Dallas Morning News and Jon Styf of the Beaumont Enterprise have become chairman and vice chairman of the Southwest Region.

Night Sports Editor

Central New York Newspapers, publishers of the Press & Sun-Bulletin in Binghamton, Star-Gazette in Elmira and the Ithaca Journal, is searching for a Night Sports Editor to direct the editing and presentation of our three newspapers and management of their websites.

Regional Sports Editor

Central New York Newspapers, publisher of the Press & Sun-Bulletin in Binghamton, Star-Gazette in Elmira and the Ithaca Journal, is looking for a Regional Sports Editor to direct all aspects of our three sports departments.

Convention wrapup: Boston sessions earn favorable reviews

Participants at the 2011 Associated Press Sports Editors summer conference in Boston generally came away pleased with the variety of sessions, organization and venue, according to an anonymous survey completed by attendees. Common themes for improvement included better preparation from some workshops, less overlap in scheduling and improved structure for panel discussions.


The Daily Sentinel, a 30,000-circulation daily newspaper in Grand Junction, Colo., has an opening for a sports reporter.

Sports writer

The Herald-Times in Bloomington, Ind., seeks sports writer to help cover Indiana University and high school sports. Deadline to apply is Aug. 5.