Monthly Archives: November 2014

Arizona Republic seeks content coach for college, high school coverage

The coach coordinates coverage operation plans from origination through handoff to platform finishers, ensuring that coverage plans match overall departmental and newsroom strategy.

Roanoke Times seeks assistant sports editor

The Roanoke Times, a seven-day, multimedia publication located in Virginia’s Blue Ridge, seeks a talented, experienced journalist to be our Assistant Sports Editor. We’re...

Richmond Times-Dispatch seeks deputy sports editor

The Richmond Times-Dispatch is seeking a Deputy Sports Editor. The ideal candidate is one who will be able to help lead the RTD sports...

Job wanted: Meet James Parks

James Parks, a writer with experience covering pro and college football and pro hockey, seeks a reporting position.

Live coverage of APSE Northeast Region meeting at Marist College

The APSE Northeast Region has a strong panel of speakers for its meeting today at Marist College. Follow the coverage here.

Agenda for APSE Northeast Region meeting Nov. 17 at Marist

A look at the agenda for Monday's region meeting at Marist College.

Star Tribune in Minneapolis salutes Sid Hartman’s 70 years at the paper

Here's how the Star Tribune commemorated Sid Hartman's 70 years as a sportswriter.

Live coverage: APSE West Region meeting in San Francisco

Follow Monday's meeting from as panelists discuss competing with the teams we cover, how emerging journalists view the state of sports media, emerging media through the Bleacher Report prism and how to make our content more social.

APSE West Region on Monday to explore ’emerging media’ through prism of Bleacher Report

By Mark Faller, sports editor, The Arizona Republic The term “emerging media” probably could have applied throughout history to any new form of communication as...

Mid-Atlantic Region meeting: Impact of social media on coverage

By Paul Vigna  The third annual Temple Sports Summit and Associated Press Sports Editors’ Mid-Atlantic Region meeting took place Monday at the Howard Gittis Student...