Monthly Archives: February 2015
Meet an award-winning freelance sports reporter based in Phoenix, Ariz., looking for an opportunity to join a top-notch and energetic sports staff as a reporter or beat writer.
The candidates for APSE second vice president are Todd M. Adams of U-T San Diego, Don Shelton of the Seattle Times and Hank Winnicki of Newsday. Read their backgrounds and vision for APSE.
Here is the updated roster for the APSE Writers Liaison Committee. These editors are APSE’s connection to the professional writers’ groups around North America, and their mission is to keep the membership updated with important developments or issues that arise within these organizations.
The deadline to vote is Friday, March 6. Voting is open to 10-year APSE members, past presidents and Red Smith Award winners.
APSE's Diversity Fellows program needs your support. Here's how anyone can help.
Meet a winner of state AP awards for spot sports reporting the last two years, along with two top honors from the Iowa Newspaper Association -- the Outstanding Young Iowa Journalist Award in 2013, and the Harrison Weber Award for Investigative Reporting in 2015.
The Daily Herald seeks a journalism grad who has a background in editing on multiple platforms – print, web, social media, other electronic communications – as well as pagination and print design.
The 2014 APSE contest is filled with amazing work that will inspire us all for the coming year. Want to know which writers placed in multiple Top 10s? Here are a few superlatives from the contest.
Final results from the 2014 APSE Contest
Final judging for Features in the 30,000-75,000 category in the APSE 2014 Contest