The nonprofit American Society of Journalists and Authors is the nation's only writers organization dedicated to freelance writers.
What does ASJA stand for?
ASJA stands for American Society of Journalists and Authors
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- Alias Smith and Jones (TV series; 1971-1973)
- All Service Jacket (insulation material)
- Ambulance Saint-Jean
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- Annual Survey of Jails (US DOJ)
- Asiatic Society of Japan (est. 1872)
- Association Service Jeunesse (French: Youth Service Association)
- Alberta Show Jumping Association (Canada)
- American Salers Junior Association
- American Society of Journal Authors, Inc.
- Assistant Staff Judge Advocate
- Association for Student Judicial Affairs
- Association of Student Judicial Administrators
- Association of Student Judicial Affairs
- Academic Staff Joint Consultative Committee (Edith Cowan University; Australia)
- Asian Journal of Comparative Law
- Alliance for Sustainable Jobs and the Environment
- Alliance for Social Justice and Family Values Association (Canada)
- American Society of Jewelry Historians (New York)
- All-State Junior High Choir (Kentucky Baptist Convention)
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Late last month, the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Authors Guild, and the National Writers Union announced the filing of a motion for court approval of an $18 million settlement in a class action suit they and 21 freelance writers filed on behalf of thousands of freelance writers whose work appeared in online databases without their consent, according to ASJA's Contracts Watch (Issue 86).
A recent position paper, developed by the Authors Guild and the American Society of Journalists and Authors, advises authors to retain all rights or to negotiate fees immediately prior to electronic publication -- given rapidly changing technology and markets.