How free Google tools can help your newsroom

By Adam Coleman NASHVILLE — Mike Reilley wants to experiment. He showed journalists at the 2018 Associated Press Sports Editors summer conference how to do so...

Former AP sports editor Terry Taylor wins Red Smith Award

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Click here to watch Terry Taylor's Red Smith Awards speech.  The reunion put smiles on the faces of everyone in the crowded room. Terry Taylor took...

How to put the ‘Beast-Mode’ into storytelling

By Adam Coleman NASHVILLE - Run the ball. In other words, play to your strengths. The reference to the defining play in Super Bowl XLIX was a...

Red Smith Award winner Terry Taylor: I have never, ever been...

Terry Taylor, sports editor for The Associated Press from 1992 to 2014, accepted the Red Smith Award for extended meritorious service to sports journalism...

Why journalists should incorporate investigative journalism into daily beats

NASHVILLE - Sports journalists need to do a better job to incorporate investigative reporting into their daily routine. Tuesday’s “Investigations 101” workshop at the 2018 Associated...

Is there a science behind attracting subscribers?

By KWANI A LUNIS Mark Francescutti’s “Ready, Set, Grow” session at the 2018 APSE Summer Conference began with a poignant question, “What can editors do...

How legalized sports betting will affect media outlets

When Bill Bradley, sports editor of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, first started his job in September 2015, he had the same reporter covering UNLV...

eSports is reaching a global audience

By Tashan  Reed NASHVILLE - In the 2016 NBA Finals LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers back from a 3-1 deficit against the 73-win Golden State...

The Athletic continues to makes strong push in journalism industry

NASHVILLE - Two years into its existence, The Athletic is at the forefront of breaking the traditional newspaper business model. As most newspapers and digital...

SJI students give a glimpse into the future of the industry

By Reina Kempt Traditional media markets are always trying to evolve. To help get a feeling of the future of the business, APSE teamed up with...

APSE keynote luncheon talks sports in Nashville

By Kwani Lunis The 2018 keynote luncheon encapsulated the spirit of service from those who have left legacies. The keynote itself featured two broadcasters who have...

Discrimination, sexual harassment addressed on panel on women in sports journalism

By Tashan Reed NASHVILLE - Sarah Spain called it “the pivot.” Many women are forced to conform to the males who outnumber them in newsroom. They’re expected to...

Jeff Pearlman emphasizes power of social media during APSE session

Jeff Pearlman is embarrassed by the amount of time he spends building his audience on Twitter. “Dumbest thing ever,” he said during a session Monday...

Summer conference: opening meeting notes

APSE Executive Committee Meeting The 45th Annual APSE Summer Conference 4 p.m. Sunday, June 17, 2018 Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University   Meeting called to order at 4:03 p.m.   President...

99 Things to see and do in Music City

By Dave Ammenheuser Sports Director USA TODAY Network-Tennessee   Coming to Nashville for the Associated Press Sports Editors’ summer conference, June 17-20?? Here are 99 things to see and/or...

Schedule: APSE Summer Conference promises challenging, robust sessions

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Here is a tentative look at the APSE Summer Conference at the Nashville Marriott Vanderbilt. Registration for the conference and hotel reservations at the group...

Learn what the Nashville summer conference will include

By Dave Ammenheuser / Sports Director, USA TODAY Network-Tennessee Welcome to Nashville, site of the 2018 Associated Press Sports Editors’ summer conference. As you begin planning...