- Sentinel photographer wins Vathis portfolio award at PAPME Updated: May-29-15 9:35 pm
GETTYSBURG, Pennsylvania - Jason Malmont, a photographer at The Sentinel in Carlisle, was named the Paul Vathis Memorial Photography Portfolio Award winner at Friday's annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors.
- Temple journalism graduate wins PAPME's Flamminio award Updated: May-29-15 9:04 pm
GETTYSBURG, Pennsylvania - The Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors on Friday named Avery Maehrer, a journalism major who graduated this month from Temple University, as the winner of the $3,000 Ralph Flamminio Memorial Scholarship.
- Phillip Lucas appointed AP reporter in Birmingham, Alabama Updated: May-28-15 11:37 am
ATLANTA - Phillip Lucas, a journalist who has helped The Associated Press coordinate and cover significant stories across the South and beyond, has been hired to work as a reporter for the news cooperative in Birmingham, Alabama.
- Letter to Obama discussed at Post reporter's trial in Iran Updated: May-27-15 12:52 pm
TEHRAN, Iran - A letter a detained Washington Post journalist wrote to U.S. President Barack Obama and a trip he made to the U.S. Consulate in Dubai have become major topics of his espionage trial in Iran.
- CBS' Bob Schieffer is ready for retirement Updated: May-27-15 11:42 am
WASHINGTON - At 78, Bob Schieffer is entitled to reminisce about the "good old days" of reporting. He believes young people coming into the business can also learn from them.
- Journalism students aim to dispel myths about veterans Updated: May-25-15 9:01 am
DETROIT - Wishing living U.S. military veterans a "Happy Memorial Day" might be well-intentioned but misses the mark on an occasion meant for remembering those who lost their lives.
- UK tabloid reporter found guilty in bribery case Updated: May-22-15 1:16 pm
LONDON - A British tabloid reporter accused of paying police for news tips has been found guilty of aiding and abetting public office misconduct.
- Newspaper seeks ruling to allow appeal of reporter subpoena Updated: May-20-15 3:00 pm
ELKHART, Indiana - A northern Indiana newspaper fighting to keep one of its reporters off the witness stand in a murder trial has asked a court to allow it to file an appeal over a subpoena before a final judgment is issued in the case.
- Marjorie Miller promoted to new leadership role at AP Updated: May-19-15 12:26 pm
NEW YORK - Marjorie Miller, a veteran journalist and newsroom leader, has been promoted to Director of Global News and Enterprise for The Associated Press.
- Winners announced in Michigan APME newspaper contest Updated: May-17-15 2:11 pm
DETROIT - Newspapers in Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson were named the best in the state Sunday in the annual Michigan Associated Press Media Editors newspaper competition.
- ABC faces credibility crisis over Stephanopoulos donations Updated: May-15-15 3:24 pm
NEW YORK - George Stephanopoulos apologized to viewers Friday for donating $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation and failing to disclose it earlier, as ABC News now finds its chief anchor in a credibility crisis on the eve of a presidential campaign.
- William Zinsser, author of 'On Writing Well,' dies at 92 Updated: May-12-15 7:35 pm
NEW YORK - William Zinsser, the much-consulted teacher, author, journalist and essayist whose million-selling book "On Writing Well" championed the craft of nonfiction and inspired professionals and amateurs to express themselves more concisely and vividly, died Tuesday at age 92.
- Manny Marquez, former Hobbs News-Sun editor, dies Updated: May-11-15 1:57 pm
HOBBS, New Mexico - The Hobbs News-Sun has announced that Manny Marquez, an award-winning sports reporter and its former editor, has died.
- Survivor of prison bus wreck in Texas still recovering Updated: May-06-15 4:49 pm
ABILENE, Texas - Jason Self is thankful to be alive after a Jan. 14 bus-train collision that left him critically injured.
- Charlie Hebdo receives PEN award at literary gala in NYC Updated: May-06-15 1:49 pm
NEW YORK - Under armed security and a cloud of conflicted opinions and emotions, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was presented a freedom of expression award on Tuesday night from the PEN American Center.
- Wall Street Journal's Gigot to head Pulitzer Prize Board Updated: May-04-15 4:32 pm
NEW YORK - Paul Gigot of The Wall Street Journal has been elected chairman of the Pulitzer Prize Board.
- Collin Binkley joining AP as reporter in Boston Updated: May-04-15 4:07 pm
BOSTON - Collin Binkley, an award-winning reporter who has been recognized for his aggressive use of public records to hold institutions accountable, is joining the Boston bureau of The Associated Press.
- Winners announced in '14 OAPME newspaper contest Updated: May-03-15 2:45 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Newspapers in Columbus, Youngstown, Elyria, Newark and Chillicothe were named the best in the state Sunday in the annual Ohio Associated Press Media Editors newspaper competition.
- Gaiman, Bechdel among new table hosts at PEN gala Updated: May-03-15 11:05 am
NEW YORK - Neil Gaiman, Art Spiegelman and Alison Bechdel are among the writers who have agreed to be table hosts at next week's PEN American Center gala after six authors withdrew in protest of an award being given to the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
- APTRA announces 2014 broadcast journalism awards Updated: May-01-15 1:04 pm
The Associated Press Television-Radio Association has announced the winners of its 2014 awards for excellence in broadcast journalism.
- Premier League coach loses cool as team fights relegation Updated: Apr-30-15 10:20 am
For a man who once repelled a pack of vicious dogs while hiking in the Carpathian Mountains, handling an innocuous question in a news conference should have been easy for the manager of English soccer club Leicester.