The panelists, James Hill, managing editor of the Washington Post Writers Group; Amit Pal, co-editor of the Progressive Media Project; and moderator Richard Burr, associate editor of the Detroit News editorial page and president of the Association of Opinion Page Editors, listened to the suggestions and asked a few questions of their own.
What does AOPE stand for?
AOPE stands for Association of Opinion Page Editors
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- African Oil Policy Initiative Group
Samples in periodicals archive:
Louis Post-Dispatch The National Association of Opinion Page Editors recently awarded the paper "Best Opinion Feature" for the groundbreaking photojournalism feature "Point of View," "Point of View" began in April 2000 as a weekly commentary page feature utilizing the work of Post photographers.
Members of the Association of Opinion Page Editors will join us in Salt Lake as both participants and presenters.