Monthly Archives: April 2014

APSE Southeast Region meeting: Tips on beat writing

By Nick Sellers Intern at The Tuscaloosa (Ala.) News/University of Alabama student BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Covering a specific beat, such as the local college football team,...

APSE Commissioners Meeting Day 1

During the first day of the APSE commissioner’s meetings various sports editors met with the heads of the NHL, NBA and NFL at their respective league offices in New York.

APSE Northwest Regional meeting May 5

The Northwest Regional Meeting will be held from 8:30-5 p.m. PT May 5, at The Seattle Times.

APSE Great Plains Regional Meeting

Great Plains regional meeting: They did what? Editors talk about how they accomplished their best projects of the year (Patrick Prince, Tulsa World assistant editor; Jeff Rosen, Kansas City Star assistant managing editor/sports).

Hotel recommended for 2015 San Diego changes

Because of a late and an unexpected proposal, the search committee for a hotel for the 2015 summer conference in San Diego is now recommending The Westgate

APSE Southeast Region meeting: Breaking the mold

During the “Breaking the Mold” workshop at the APSE Southeast Regional Meeting at the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, sports editors Zack Creglow of the Clarion-Ledger of Jackson, Miss., and Tommy Deas of Tuscaloosa (Ala.) News, along with University of Tennessee football beat writer Evan Woodbery of the Knoxville News Sentinel, discussed innovative ideas each uses at their newspaper to draw the attention of its readers in ways not normally seen.

Agenda set for APSE Northeast Region meeting on April 28 at Quinnipac University

Sessions on data-driven reporting and success with multimedia are among a full lineup of learning opportunities at the Northeast Region meeting.

The Roanoke Times seeks copy editor

The Roanoke Times |, a BH Media newspaper, is looking for a versatile copy editor to join its night editing desk.

On the Move: Gould makes the jump from to USA Today

Izzy Gould moved from reporter to editor and now leads NFL coverage for USA Today Sports Media Group, plus other personnel moves across the nation.

Consider sponsoring APSE’s Diversity Fellowship, a program making a difference for mid-career sports journalists

APSE seeks supprt for its efforts to improve diversity in our newsrooms by being the sponsor of one or all or our initiatives, including the popular Diversity Fellowship Program.