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NASCAR to focus on technology, rules and diversity, CEO says April 23, 2015

By JEFF ROSENThe Kansas City Star NASCAR racing has been around for decades, but CEO Brian France continues to stress changing with the times as crucial to retaining fans and attracting new ones.In the final session of the first day of the 2015 APSE Commissioners Meetings, France stressed a trio of what he called “big […]

APSE commissioners meetings: Emmert says Penn State sanctions were ‘right and appropriate’ April 23, 2015

By Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY Sports  NEW YORK — The sanctions levied upon Penn State’s athletic department in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal were “right and appropriate,” NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday  during a meeting with the Associated Press Sports Editors, adding that where the national governing body struggled was in communicating with […]

New York Daily News’ Ian Powers takes first in APSE Over 175K Project Reporting April 15, 2015

Ian Powers of the New York Daily News won first place in the Associated Press Sports Editors 2014 contest in Feature Writing for the Over 175,000 circulation category.

Powers won for a series on New York’s NCAA Basketball Tournament history. He will be presented a first-place plaque at the 2015 APSE banquet. The banquet and awards dinner concludes the APSE Conference June 24-­27 at The Westgate Hotel in San Diego, Calif.

APSE Contest: Clarion-Ledger’s Courtney Cronin wins Multimedia award for series on top high school recruit April 13, 2015

By Mike Sherman, APSE President Courtney Cronin of The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Miss., took first place in the Associated Press Sports Editors 2014 contest in the Multimedia C category for her exclusive series following the nation’s top high school basketball prospect. Cronin will be presented a first-place plaque at the 2015 APSE banquet. The banquet […]

Officers

Mike Sherman

Mike Sherman

President
The Oklahoman

Mary Byrne

Mary Byrne

First Vice President
ESPN.com

Tommy Deas

Tommy Deas

Second Vice President
The Tuscaloosa News

John Bednarowski, sports editor of the Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal, was elected to a two-year term as APSE's third vice president in 2014.

John Bednarowski

Third Vice President
Marietta Daily Journal

Jack Berninger

Jack Berninger

Executive Director
Richmond Times-Dispatch
(retired)

In the News

Apr 25, 2015Goodell says NFL will be more aggressive with personal conduct policy

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell discussed the league’s efforts to strengthen its personal conduct policy through more aggressive enforcement and prevention measures during the Associated Press Sports Editors annual meetings with pro sports’ leaders in New York City.

Apr 24, 2015APSE commissioners meetings: Bettman says NHL expansion possible, not guaranteed

“Is it possible that there will be expansion in that five-year window you mentioned? It’s certainly possible, but I wouldn’t guarantee it.”

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Blogs

Sep 15, 2014APSE at ASNE/APME Conference: Day 1

APSE president Mike Sherman of The Oklahoman is attending the ASNE-APME conference in Chicago. Follow his posts and others from Day 1 of the conference for news and updates relevant to sports journalism. Live Blog APSE at ASNE-APME conference  

Aug 6, 2012Third Vice President’s column: Reach out to smaller papers that are not APSE members

  By Tommy Deas Executive Sports Editor The Tuscaloosa (Ala.) News   First, let me extend my thanks and appreciation to those who elected me to this position and to all the old friends I got to see and new friends I got to meet at the Summer Conference in Chicago. The Third Vice President’s […]

Jul 28, 2012President’s column: The time is now to invest in the future of APSE

Sponsoring a student through APSE’s new Student Outreach Initiative is a great way to give back to the organization and the future of sports journalism. APSE President Gerry Ahern calls on APSE members to recruit and sponsor one college student as a member of the organization. The students can come from your alma mater or your coverage area. The $25 fee will give the students access to the minds and events that will shape the future of sports journalism.