NEWSLETTER FOR OCTOBER 2002
Change in the line-up|
Sports stories, especially those that impact an entire city, have multiplied, anchoring not just the cover of the sports section, but also the front page of the main section. As with all coverage, coordination between sports reporters writing for news (and vice versa) comes down to communication.
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The battles and the war
John Cherwa: There is little doubt that we do business a little differently than we did a year ago.And our rights as journalists seem to be under a subtle but still threatening attack.
The big paper ... and you
David Williams: It's not always the big guys who get the big stories. Sometimes, in the middle of a big story, smaller newspapers can find their niche.
Weathering the storm of 9-11 for years to come
Brad Zimanek: Writing this on Sept. 11, the one-year anniversary of the terrorist disaster in our country, was both somber and reflective.
Roundtable 'round the country
Bill Bradley: "Around the Horn" is scheduled to make its debut on ESPN at 5 p.m Eastern, Monday through Friday, on Oct. 28. It will use columnists from the Boston Globe, Chicago Sun-Times, Dallas Morning News, Denver Post and Los Angeles Times.
Obituary: John Conrad
Cathy Henkel: John Conrad, sports editor at The Register-Guard in Eugene, Ore., since 1984, died of a stroke Sept. 3 at the age of 57. He had been with the paper for 33 years.
Plan your budgets, travels
Roy Hewitt: Planning your travel budget for 2003? Set aside something for 2004.
Calling all judges for February
Bill Eichenberger: Mark it down on your calendar – Feb. 22-26. APSE needs you on those dates to serve as a contest judge at the winter meetings in Torrance, Calif.
Open your doors to the copy editors of tomorrow
Kevin Dale: The first year of the APSE/Dow Jones copy editing internship wasn't a 100 percent success, but it was close.
• Region reports
A look at APSE region activity.
• On the move
Kirby Arnold: A region-by-region look at personnel moves.
Writing, editing tracks planned for northwestern Indiana
Paul D. Bowker: A yet-to-be-determined location in northwestern Indiana will be the host for this year's APSE drive-in workshop.
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Brad Zimanek: Does sponsorship have a place in sports sections today or is it just a case of selling out the paper's integrity to make a buck?
• Color photographs wanted
Note from the APSE webmaster.
• 2001 APSE contest judges
Final writing judges
Preliminary writing and final section judges
APSE newspapers, by circulation category