Monthly Archives: April 2012

Deadline approaches to purchase White Sox tickets for APSE Chicago convention

An outing at the ballpark to watch the Chicago White Sox play the Milwaukee Brewers is among the activities for this summer's convention in Chicago. Here are details on how to attend from APSE Executive Director Jack Berninger.

Great Lakes Region meeting focuses on multimedia, audience engagement

Sixteen region editors took part in the two-day APSE Great Lakes Region meeting which included an afternoon at Comerica Park on a cold, windy day, watching to the Texas Rangers beat the Detroit Tigers in 11 innings. Here is a summary of the sessions.

Sports Copy Editor

The Grand Junction (Colo.) Daily Sentinel has an immediate opening for a sports copy editor/designer.

APSE Commissioners Meetings: Day 2 roundup

The second and final day of the Commissioners Meetings featured visits with the NCAA, NHL and NFL. In all, sports editors from around the country met in New York with executives from seven sports organizations over a two-day period.

APSE Commissioners Meetings: Day 1 roundup

Thursday's opening round of the APSE Commissioners Meetings is in the books, and discussions with the top bosses of NASCAR, Major League Soccer, the NBA and Major League Baseball produced some interesting story lines.

Mid-Atlantic Region meetings focus on Penn State scandal, changes

The April 9 Mid-Atlantic Region meeting at Penn State centered around a series of high-profile panelists whose lives have been impacted by all that has transpired here since former coach Jerry Sandusky was indicted on Nov. 4.

2012 APSE Summer Conference: Things to do in Chicago

Registration continues for an exciting lineup for APSE's 39th annual conference, APSE's first joint conference with the Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM).Chicago...

Reminder: Vote in APSE elections for 2nd, 3rd Vice President

The elections of 2nd and 3rd vice president are now open and voting continues through June 1.The candidates for 2nd Vice President include Josh...

Mid-Atlantic Regional: NCAA reform difficult because ‘it pays to cheat’

By Jim Carlson, The Patriot-News John Nichols, national co-chair of the Coalition of Intercollegiate Athletics and a retired Penn State journalism professor, and Scott Kretchmar,...

Mid-Atlantic Regional: Penn State’s O’Brien ushers in new era at Penn State

Bill O’Brien, who succeeded Joe Paterno to become Penn State’s first new football coach in 46 years, kicked off the APSE Mid-Atlantic Region meeting with a Q-and-A session with editors.