APME News, our industry leading magazine for news leaders, is now a digital component year round.
We're moving to two major magazines a year mailed to members, but we'll start rolling out key stories on industry topics regularly on apme.com.
The printed schedule will change to an APME conference preview publication sent to members in June, and a post-conference, APME look ahead edition to be sent at the end of each year.
"This is the right change for us, so we can offer rich printed publications at key times but have the ability to post timely stories online for our members," said Bob Heisse, president of the Associated Press Media Editors. "APME News has been a great way to reach editors and now broadcast news leaders and educators, and with a digital focus its content will now reach more newsrooms in the U.S. and Canada.
Look for the first magazine story posted this week on our full-throttle APME NewsTrain program now run by the very talented Michael Roberts. Links to every new story will be included in APME Update, emailed to members every week.
For previous issues of APME News, visit http://www.apme.com/?page=apmenews.
The contact for APME News is Michael Days, managing Editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org