Monthly Archives: May 2016

Reporter, Sports-Packers – Green Bay Press-Gazette

The Green Bay Press-Gazette, part of USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin, is looking for an energetic, innovative and digitally savvy reporter to join its award-winning Green Bay Packers coverage team.

Washington Post Express seeking editor

The Washington Post Express is looking to draft a sports-savvy editor who has strong news judgment and knows the D.C. teams.

Paul Finebaum keynote speaker at APSE 2016 Summer Conference

Television and radio personality Paul Finebaum will be the keynote speaker at Thursday's luncheon during the 2016 Associated Press Sports Editors Summer Convention.

A glance at what’s in store for the 2016 Summer Conference in Charlotte

With the conference right around the corner (and the special room rate for the hotel expiring in a few days), here is an overview of what the 2016 Summer Conference has in store:

Meet Diversity Fellow Graham Watson

Diversity fellow Graham Watson talks the evolution of the business, motherhood and Dr. Saturday.

Deadlines, updates for the 2016 APSE Summer Conference

With the 2016 Associated Press Sports Editors Summer Conference just a little more than a month away, here are some reminders and updates about the conference in Charlotte:

APSE scholarship application deadline June 1

The Associated Press Sports Editors are sponsoring four $1,500 scholarships for collegiate sports journalists.

Executive committee approves New Orleans for 2017 Summer Conference

APSE’s executive committee has voted 15-0 to hold its 2017 summer conference in New Orleans. The Advocate of Louisiana will be the host news organization, and The Roosevelt will serve as the host hotel with a room rate of $179.

Nicholas Dawidoff wins first place in Over-175,000 Explanatory

Nicholas Dawidoff of The New York Times won the Explanatory writing award for the over 175,000 circulation category in the 2015 Associated Press Sports Editors contest for his piece on the triangle offense in basketball.

The New York Times takes top three spots in Over-175,000 Breaking News

The New York Times team of Matt Apuzzo, William K. Rashbaum, Sam Borden and Michael S. Schmidt won the breaking news award in the Over 175,000 circulation category in the 2015 Associated Press Sports Editors contest. The four did a series of work on the corruption and trouble surrounding FIFA.