Monthly Archives: June 2017
Q&A with Diversity Fellow Jane Allison Havsy, multimedia journalist at Daily Record in Parsippany, New Jersey. Havsy is a Bronx native and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
Q&A with Diversity Fellow Stef Loh, Washington State University reporter for The Seattle Times
Diana Nearhos, a 2017 APSE Diversity Fellowship recipient, has covered minor-league hockey for the Glen Falls (N.Y.) Post-Star since 2012.
Here’s how big the APSE summer conference is: We’re going to stop traffic. Really.
Emily Giambalvo of the University of Georgia took first place in the inaugural APSE Student Sports Journalism Contest.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch is looking for an experienced sports editor to lead the team of 7-full time writers, a copy editing and design staff, as well as four part-time sports producers and a stable of freelance writers, that cover Virginia sports from community athletics to the high school to college and professional ranks.
To get from the airport to The Roosevelt hotel (and back), the hotel concierge recommends using cabs. Rate is $36 flat fee for 1 or 2 people; $15 per person for 3 or more.
There is plenty of nightlife in New Orleans.
Do you have questions about your website, your digital workflow, social media efforts, or digital content? Three APSE members who specialize in digital journalism will hold 1-on-1 meetings at APSE’s 2017 Summer Conference in New Orleans to help you get some answers.
Website contest deadline extended. With all the information that has been emailed and posted on the APSE Website, we are afraid many of you may have missed the Website contest instructions and May 30 deadline. We want to make sure you have the chance to enter, so please follow the directions below. The new deadline is June 12.
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