Long-time Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan is APSE's 2015 Red Smith Award winner. Ryan will be honored during the APSE Conference, scheduled June 24-27 at The Westgate Hotel in San Diego.
INDIANAPOLIS _ Seven media groups won "Grand Slam" honors in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors' writing and sections contest that ended Wednesday.
Here are the judging committees for the 2013 APSE Contest, which is being judged March 1-5 in Indianapolis.
Deadline to have your APSE contest entries postmarked is Thursday, Feb. 13. Here's where to send them.
Associated Press Sports Editors needs judges for the upcoming digital contest. The contest will be judged in four categories from Aug. 1 to Dec. 31. During that period, there will be two separate mandatory two-week windows (chosen randomly), during which judges will be required to look at every website at least once. Judges will also be allowed to look at...
By Erik Hall These are people that were “On the Move” during June. They have made professional moves in sports media. If there was a move in your department or you made a move during June that is not included, you can contact Erik Hall at hallerik7@gmail.com. Dave Almeda joined the Forsyth County News in Cumming, Georgia, as a sports reporter. ...
LNP Media Group, the premier source of news and information for Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, is seeking an editor to lead its award-winning team of sports journalists. The editor will plan and direct coverage of high school and local sports for LNP, the third-largest daily newspaper in Pennsylvania, and LancasterOnline, the region’s unmatched leader in coverage of the more than two...
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 using all of Google’s free tools that help newsroom staffs build interactive charts, visualizations and maps to accompany stories. From Google Trends to MyMaps, Google Earth Pro and the Earth Engine Timelapse, Reilley wants journalists excited to...
Associated Press Sports Editors needs judges for the upcoming digital contest. The contest will be judged in four categories from Aug. 1 to Dec. 31. During that period, there will be two separate mandatory two-week windows (chosen randomly), during which judges will be required to look at every website at least once. Judges will also be allowed to look at...
By Owen Pence/Boston Globe Joe Sullivan is taking a buyout offer and stepping down as sports editor of The Boston Globe. Current digital sports editor Matt Pepin will take over as head of the section on July 9.  Sullivan came to the Globe in 1994 after years on New Jersey’s journalism circuit. Among Sullivan’s stops included the Trenton Times, the Paterson...
In a vote of the executive committee, the University of Missouri and Kansas State have been approved as student chapters, and College Hockey News has been approved as an online member.
By Andrea K. McDaniels/The Baltimore Sun John McNamara was toiling as a news copy editor at the Capital Gazette when he left to pursue his dream: sports reporting. He honed his skills at the Prince George’s Journal, a competitor to the Annapolis news organization. Within a few years, the Capital Gazette hired him back. He would work there for nearly 24...
The Associated Press Sports Editors stand as one in support of the staff, families and others affected by yesterday’s atrocity at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland. We offer our support as they begin to heal and try to rebuild their lives. We are proud to stand with them as journalists today. Their efforts and dedication while dealing with the death of five...
Newsday, an award-winning news organization serving Long Island through its portfolio of print and digital products, has an opening for a talented and versatile sports reporter to cover the New York Knicks in one of the country’s most competitive and fast-paced markets. The ideal candidate understands the difference in writing for various platforms and has the ability to engage...