For you NY folks – the NY Press Club is accepting entries for their annual awards. They also sponsor a bunch of interesting monthly events – their most recent newsletter is included below. Check it out.
ENTRIES ARE OPEN
Entries close : Friday, April 15, 2011.
Per-entry fee : $50 until March 1st, $75 thereafter.
Click here for a printable PDF containing the Awards categories, rules, and tech specs or see Downloads, above.
CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE 2011 COMPETITION
CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT ENTRY FEES
An enduring tradition in New York media, the annual New York Press Club Awards For Journalism honor excellence in the craft by writers, reporters, editors, producers, shooters and multimediographers.
Entries are considered in more than 20 categories of reporting from material submitted by New York metropolitan area news organizations and individual journalists.
Judging is by prominent working journalists, former journalists and academics who are selected for their expertise in each category.
Among the awards unique to the New York Press Club competition are the Gold Keyboard Award, honoring excellence in investigative journalism; Nellie Bly Cub Reporter, honoring the best journalistic effort by a writer or reporter new to the profession and The Rev. Mychal Judge Heart of New York Award for reporting that is most complimentary of New York City.
An Evening With New York Times Executive Editor, Bill Keller
Thursday, March 3rd
6:30PM: refreshments, socializing
7:00PM to 8:30PM: program
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
219 W 40 Street (7th & 8th)
A Pulitzer Prize winning reporter before his jump to management, Bill Keller's informed perspectives on the business and practice of journalism, especially these days,
are bound to enlighten and provoke.
The Times has been aggressive in contending with transformative technologies that threaten the survival of many print media companies. It has built a robust Web site brimming
with opportunities for reader interactivity, video, multimedia, clever interstitials, custom apps for mobile devices, special e-mail editions, e-readers, "push" and "pull" strategies, blogs – and most recently, a foray into digital book production (e-books) with the digital-only story of the
company's adventures when presented with the Wikipedia trove (introductory essay by Keller). Plenty going on but is it the right stuff and is it enough?
Don't miss this rare opportunity for a face-to-face dialogue with Bill Keller on topics of vital interest to journalists and journalism.
Moderator: Brooke Gladstone host and managing editor of WNYC-FM / NPR's "On the Media."
Free admission for NY Press Club members (RSVP required). Response is strong, don't delay.
Non-members: $15, Students: $5. Visit our Website for more information and to reserve.
Entries Are Open for Press Club's 2011 Journalism Awards
Call For Entries
Categories, rules, and entry procedures can be found on the Awards page of our website
where a downloadable document containing information about this year's competition can also be found.
To encourage prompt action, the Press Club is again offering an entry-fee discount for submissions received before March 1st. Entries close, April 15th.
An enduring tradition in New York media, the annual New York Press Club Awards for Journalism honor excellence in the craft by writers, reporters, editors, producers, shooters
Become a "Constant Columnist" on www.nypressclub.org
Call For Contributions!
An opportunity to publish on the
New York Press Club website
Open to submissions from all, the New York Press Club's Constant Columnist Web page
is intended as a platform for journalists to post pieces of general and specific interest on pretty much any topic or flight of fact or fancy.
Submissions of all kinds are welcomed – instructional, observational, reflective, reactive – almost any kind of prose or poetry is likely to be appropriate.
The goal is to offer a potpourri comprised of many voices and disparate topics. Why let that brilliant rumination on the meaning of life moulder? Send it in!
Members are reminded of the open invitation to send news about themselves for our Member News page.
Send word of changes, accomplishments, and other career developments and we will keep the community posted.
Inquiries and submissions for both pages can be made by email.
An illustrative graphic is OK. (Please be mindful of credits and copyrights). Submit pieces as plain text if possible, in the body of an email
or as an attachment, to email@example.com,
Subject: Constant Columnist or Member News.
New York Press Club Spring "Mixer" at Blondies Bar
Tuesday, April 5th
6:00PM – 9:00PM
212 W 79 (B'way & Amsterdam)
Our first mixer of the year will take place in early April at a West Side watering hole popular with the sporting set.
But sports is by no means at the top of the agenda
so don't worry if you're not sure which New York baseball team plays in the Bronx. The idea is to mix & mingle.
Why not join colleagues and friends for socializing and elbow-bending on April 5th (no cover, no minimum, no RSVP, sports-talk optional, non-members welcome). Hope to see you there!
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