Monthly Archives: May 2013
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Last football season, Athens Banner-Herald sports editor Chris White created a magazine-style app for his University of Georgia “Gameday” section. White shared his thoughts on the project last month at the APSE Southeast Region meeting.
What started out as a simple story that stemmed from a conversation Knoxville News Sentinel Tennessee football beat reporter Evan Woodbery had with UT athletic director Dave Hart turned into something much, much bigger.
Last month at the APSE Southeast Region Meeting in Birmingham, members from the first two groups to go from daily to three-days-a-week publication — al.com and NOLA.com — talked about the challenges they’ve had to face, while also relating some of the successes.
The annual spring meeting of the APSE Mid-Atlantic region drew more than 40 editors, writers and students to Penn State University on April 15. It began with women’s basketball coach Coquese Washington offering a reflective give and take with those in attendance and ended with students and editors sitting in the same room talking about coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings as the story unfolded.
Here are the 2012 APSE contest winners with links to the work. To have your story linked please email Todd M. Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put "APSE contest links" in the subject line.
The Tulsa World is seeking an experienced, creative designer to join our Universal Design Desk. This job will focus on sports design, but there will be opportunities to design pages throughout the newspaper.
Mary Byrne, managing editor at USA Today Sports, has been elected as the new second vice president of the Associated Press Sports Editors, the...