The APSE Mid-Atlantic region will be hosting a "drive-in" workshop on Monday, Nov. 14 in Philadelphia.
The event will take place at the Inquirer/Daily News building, 400 North Broad St., and begin with registration at 9 a.m. It is free and a box lunch will be provided by Temple University's journalism school. Parking will be available in the garage behind the building on Callowhill Street, between 15th and 16th. Editors, sports writers and students are welcome.
In addition, if you want sections critiqued, send them in advance to region chair Paul Vigna and he will assemble a few editors to offer feedback. The address for sections is The Patriot-News, 2002 Technology Parkway, Suite 300, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 17050.
Here is a tentative look at the schedule:
9 to 9:30 — Registration. 
9:30-10:30 — What Do Readers Want, Ron Fritz, Baltimore Sun/Paul Vigna/and optimistically a few readers
10:45-11:45 — A digital primer, including tips on video, Twitter and other social media, Kate Fagan, Philadelphia Inquirer/Stefanie Loh, Patriot-News
11:45-12:30 — Lunch
12:30-1:30 — What makes a blog successful? Dan Steinberg, Washington Post, and Enrico Campitelli,
1:45-2:45 — The vital importance of details in reporting, and how to get them, or How to Get People to Open Up and Talk, Jeff Pearlman, whose book "Sweetness" has been generating a plenty of buzz
3-4 — Breakouts for writers and editors
Editors: How to Recruit/Teach Local Folks to Bolster Preps/College Coverage, John Quinn, Inquirer.
Writers: Either a panel on writing gamers or alternative story forms (if you have a preference, let Paul know).


If you have questions or suggestions, please contact Paul Vigna at