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Apply now for the 2019 ASNE Emerging Leaders Institutes

The American Society of News Editors is accepting applications for the four Emerging Leaders Institutes, which will take place in various locations throughout the year, with the goal of training up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds, and helping them develop core leadership and strategic skills.

Register now for our fall conference and join us in NOLA!

How can newsroom leaders lead in times of urgency, while at the same time training the next generation and growing readers' trust? We'll focus on those questions and many more during the inaugural News Leaders Association conference, Sept. 9-10 in New Orleans.
 
At the heart of the conference: leadership and audience engagement/growing digital revenue. You'll go home with takeaways that can be incorporated into your work immediately, as well as new connections and tools to help your newsroom grow.
 

Participate in the 2019 Newsroom Employment Diversity Survey now!

URGENT: It was just brought to our attention that there was an issue with accessing our diversity survey through the link provided to our queried newsrooms. The issue has been addressed and the link to our survey should be up and running now without issue. Please contact  diversityresearch@asne.org if you have any issues accessing the survey. 
 

Make sure to follow News Leaders Association on social media so you don't miss out on ASNE-APME updates!

The News Leaders Association's new logo symbolizes the unity between two of the most significant organizations in the journalism industry. This is an exciting time and our new organization will continue to advocate for strong leadership, a diverse and inclusive workforce and defend against challenges to the First Amendment. You'll be seeing this new logo everywhere, so make sure to keep an eye out for it!

ASNE joins 3 Amicus Briefs With More on the Horizon

ASNE has recently joined three amicus briefs, all drafted and filed by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, on behalf of several media organizations and companies. Here's a short summary of each: 

We need you to participate in the 2019 Newsroom Employment Diversity Survey, now in the field!

The American Society of News Editors calls on news organizations across the media spectrum to participate in this year's diversity survey, which incorporates revised design and data collection methodologies to better establish a quantitative view of the diversity status in America's newsrooms. The survey went into the field last Thursday, April 11.

News Leaders Association rolls out new logo as ASNE-APME merger nears completion

Columbia, Mo. (April 18, 2019) - The American Society of News Editors and the Associated Press Media Editors are joining forces to become NLA, the News Leaders Association. Today, NLA is launching our new logo, which symbolizes the unity between two of the most significant organizations in the journalism industry. This is an exciting time and our new organization will continue to advocate for strong leadership, a diverse and inclusive workforce and defend against challenges to the First Amendment.

ASNE unveils 2019 schedule for Emerging Leaders Institutes

Columbia, Mo. (April 17, 2019) - The American Society of News Editors is accepting applications for the four Emerging Leaders Institutes, which will take place in various locations throughout the year, with the goal of training up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds, and helping them develop core leadership and strategic skills.

Participate in 2019 ASNE diversity survey

Columbia, Mo. (April 9, 2019) - The American Society of News Editors calls on news organizations across the media spectrum to participate in this year's diversity survey, which incorporates revised design and data collection methodologies to better establish a quantitative view of the diversity status in America's newsrooms. The survey will go into the field by Thursday, April 11.

NLA (ASNE-APME) announces winners of 2019 Awards

Columbia, Mo. (April 2, 2019) - The American Society of News Editors and Associated Press Media Editors announced today the winners of this year's NLA Awards for distinguished writing, digital storytelling and photography. The winning work is a collection of high-quality, high-impact journalism from news outlets of various sizes and platforms.  
 
The NLA Awards honors the best in print, digital, photo and video content in 11 categories. The contest drew over 500 entries. 
 
This is the 1st year of the NLA Awards, continuing the 39-year tradition of the ASNE Awards and the 48-year tradition of the APME Awards, among the most prestigious in journalism. Many of the categories are sponsored and come with cash prizes, thanks to a group of editors from the former Knight Ridder Inc., The Dallas Morning News, Advance Publications Inc., the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, The Seattle Times, the Chicago Tribune, the O'Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Middle Tennessee State University and The New York Times.

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