NOLA 2017 Dining Guide

Dining is a thing here, you may have heard. Donald Link, John Besh, Susan Spicer, Alon Shaya and — bam — Emeril Lagasse. In fact, this should be your entertainment. Below is a quick read on what’s available and some price points. DINING AT APSE/NOLA/2017 I will be dropping a New Orleans Advocate din 


Jennifer Hale to be APSE Keynote Speaker

NFL and NBA sideline reporter and New Orleans native Jennifer Hale will be the featured speaker at the APSE Summer Conference Keynote Luncheon in New Orleans on Tuesday, June 27. Hale, who has a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern and a political science degree from LSU, has co 


Southeast Region Meeting: At the Buzzer and on Deadline

BIRMINGHAM – Whether it’s T.J. Yeldon taking a last-minute screen to the end zone in Death Valley or a high school baseball game making its way to the 13th inning, sports journalists at every level have experienced moments that make meeting tough deadlines that much tougher. The 2017 APSE sout 


Beaumont Enterprise seeking sports writer

The Beaumont Enterprise seeks a complete journalist who can cover news as well as sports, with a focus on in-depth reporting and critical thinking. We seek a reporter who can see and seize storytelling opportunities in audience-accessible topics ranging from high school and college sports to outdoor 


APSE Student Contest entries open

The deadline is approaching for the inaugural Associated Press Sports Editors student contest. Entries will be accepted until midnight local time (for the student entering) on May 15. Only one entry per student is allowed All entries must be submitted by email to Entries shoul 


Editor opening at the Star-Telegram

The Star-Telegram in Fort Worth, Texas, is looking for an assistant sports editor. The gamer is dead an hour after the final whistle. The as…