The New York Press Club, Inc.
1324 Lexington Avenue (Box 190)
New York NY 10128-1145
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OFFICERS

President
Steve Scott
WCBS Newsradio 880
1st Vice President
Jane TIllman Irving
WCBS Newsradio 880
2nd Vice President
Joe Connolly
WCBS Newsradio 880
Treasurer
Stephani Shelton
stephanishelton.com
Secretary
Elizabeth Semrai
HarperCollins
Corresponding Secretary
Beth Karas
KarasOnCrime.com

GOVERNORS

Winnie Hu
The New York Times
Rich Lamb
WCBS Newsradio 880
Mitch Lebe
24/7 News Source
Phil O'Brien
Con Edison, Inc.
Gabe Pressman
WNBC
Sonia Rincon
1010 WINS
Debra Toppeta
WomanAroundTown.com

TRUSTEES

Mark Lieberman
Past President
Jerry Schmetterer
Past President
Larry Seary
Past President
Deborah Wetzel
Past President
Administrator
Carl Leibowitz
Public Relations
Debra J. Caruso
Photographer
Staton Rabin
Accounting
John R. Lieberman
Counsel
Farrell Farrell Burke
Clergy
Fr. Matthew F. Malone, S.J.
Rabbi Joseph Potasnik

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Save the date: December 5th 2016 from 6:30pm - 930pm

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Thank you to all who attended the 24th annual New York Press Club Foundation Conference on Journalism at NYU! We hope you enjoyed the conference.

PETER O.E. BEKKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The family of the late New York Press Club Consulting Director Peter Bekker has created a scholarship fund in Peter's name. The New York Press Club
Foundation's Peter O.E. Bekker Memorial Scholarship Fund will benefit the next generation of journalists, for whom Peter cared deeply. Public donations are now being accepted. Thank you.

Peter O.E. Bekker Memorial Scholarship


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A splendid night at the Water Club as tribute to the great journalism produced by the New York area press corps. Congratulations to all!
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Longtime voices silenced. Some well-known names have taken buy-outs from CBS. (New York Post)

Whoops. (The Hill)

"Recent developments have put the so-called 'alt-right' movement in the news. They highlight the need for clarity around use of the term." (The Associated Press)

“We'll be hubbing our news product to South Bend, Indiana,” one source close to the situation said. (Toledo Blade)


Underwriters

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An underwriter of the Press Club's Awards for Journalism ceremony and our Foundation's annual Holiday Party for charity, Con Edison Inc. has been supplying the energy that powers New York for more than 180 years. Click to learn more.
NY Life
The MetLife is this year's sponsor of the New York Press Club Foundation Journalism Conference. To enter the MetLife newsroom, click here.

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Scholarship
Underwrite or contribute to a New York Press Club journalism scholarship. Endowments and individual contributions welcome. Contact the Press Club or find details under "Donate" on our scholarship page.
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