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Last day to apply to Emerging Leaders Institutes

Application deadline for the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institutes in Miami and Detroit is 11:59 p.m. CDT Friday, June 1. Submit your application now to be considered for this free leadership training, open to mid-level news managers from underrepresented communities. 

Sign up now for ASNE investigative leadership workshop

Heading to the 2018 IRE Conference? Why not come a day earlier and join us for the ASNE leadership workshop "How to Lead Investigations, Nurture Growth, Deliver Excellence?" We'll be there June 13 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. 

Lunch speakers set for ASNE-APME conference

Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, publisher of The New York Times, and Chrissy Towle, head of Google Local News Initiatives, will be our lunch speakers at the ASNE-APME conference Sept. 11-12 at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, Texas. 

Apply by June 1 to Emerging Leaders Institutes

Application deadline for the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institutes in Miami and Detroit is June 1. Submit your application now to be considered for this free leadership training, open to mid-level news managers from underrepresented communities. 

Join us at #IRE18 to learn how to lead investigations

Heading to the 2018 IRE Conference? Why not come a day earlier and join us for the ASNE leadership workshop "How to Lead Investigations, Nurture Growth, Deliver Excellence?We'll be there June 13 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. 

Plan your trip NOW to ASNE-APME conference

Have you registered for the ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference Sept. 11-12 in Austin, Texas? Have you booked your hotel room? Don't wait until the last minute. Plan now to join us this fall at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center! 

From ASNE President Alfredo Carbajal: The urgency to have diverse newsrooms - participate in 2018 diversity survey

By Alfredo Carbajal.

The desire for diversity in news is an old story.

Register now to cultivate investigative leadership skills

Heading to the 2018 IRE Conference? Why not come a day earlier and join us for the ASNE leadership workshop "How to Lead Investigations, Nurture Growth, Deliver Excellence?" We'll be there June 13 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. 

Still a lot to do to fight against newsprint tariffs

We have previously updated you with regard to the ongoing saga of tariffs being imposed on uncoated groundwood paper used in newsprint. If you haven't already seen them, then you can read our updates here and here. At the time of our most recent update, the Department of Commerce (DOC) and the International Trade Commission (ITC) had each issued preliminary determinations that would eventually lead to the collection of duties by the Customs and Border Patrol as these materials were being imported into the United States. Specifically, DOC determined that subsidies from the Canadian government to mills in that country merited imposition of a countervailing duty in the range of 4.4 to 9.9 percent, depending on the particular company involved, though a separate finding indicated that an antidumping duty of up to 22 percent should be imposed. Newspapers are feeling the sting as collection of these duties at the border has increased the cost of paper and led at least one newspaper, the Tampa Bay Times, to announce layoffs.

Masthead spring 2018 issue

If you are working on some kind of engagement project, whether the intent is to grow your audience, build trust or to advance some other strategic purpose, you're not alone.
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