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SAN ANTONIO - University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers addressed the future - and turbulent present - of the University of Texas System at the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors convention on Saturday.
Sonny Albarado, an editor at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette who also does yeoman's work for the Arkansas FOI Coalition, recently sounded the alarm to members of the Associated Press Managing Editors group: Arkansas' Freedom of Information Act, one of the first and best in the country for creating transparent government and holding government officials accountable, is under unprecedented attack.
During his tenure, the newspaper's sports section has won numerous honors from the Hoosier State Press Association and the Indiana Associated Press Managing Editors.
Explained David Yarnold, managing editor of the San Jose Mercury News and diversity chairman of the Associated Press Managing Editors, "In order for a newspaper to be accurate, it should look like its community.
Peck, 51, who recently finished a one-year term as president of the Associated Press Managing Editors, plans to do some steelhead trout fishing-while thinking about how he could best help journalism convert what he sees as its defensive, closed culture into one "much more connected to the communities we serve.
Singer-songwriter Jill Sobule of New York wrote and performed a song Thursday at the Associated Press Managing Editors conference, tweaking Mayor Rudolph Giuliani for his fervent opposition to an exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Art that includes a painting of the Virgin Mary decorated with dung.
In Missouri, for example, the 4700-circulation evening Neosho Daily News enters two contests per year, sponsored by the Missouri Press Association and the Associated Press Managing Editors Association.
Coexisting With Animals" was one of several spirited seminar sessions at the annual combined meeting of the Missouri Society of Newspaper Editors (MSNE) and the Associated Press Managing Editors (APME).