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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
The Fred Group
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
Glenn Schuck
1010 WINS
Debra Toppeta
WomanAroundTown.com

TRUSTEES

Mark Lieberman
Past President
John Mulligan
Past President
Jerry Schmetterer
Past President
Larry Seary
Past President
Deborah Wetzel
Past President
Consulting Director
Peter O.E. Bekker
Events Chairman
Mitch Lebe
Public Relations
Debra J. Caruso
Photographer
Staton Rabin
Counsel
Farrell Farrell Burke
Clergy
Fr. Matthew F. Malone, S.J.
Rabbi Joseph Potasnik

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Planning is underway for the New York Press Club Foundation's 23rd annual Conference on Journalism. Volunteers are welcomed to help us organize and execute this year's event. If you have or would like to gain experience in planning a major journalism event, give a shout!

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Applications open mid-summer. Student members are invited to visit our Scholarship page for advance information. If you are not yet a Student Member, by all means consider joining.
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Total local TV news employment rose by 1.1% in 2014 -- adding 300 people, according to the latest RTDNA/Hofstra University Annual Survey. (RTNDA)

The number of independent local news sites generating significant revenue leaves something to be desired. (NiemanLab)

Written by Matt Friedman in Trenton, Playbook is filled with news and analysis that reflects the state’s colorful political culture. (Politico)

Notoriously anti-web Harper’s is easing things up a bit. (FishbowNY)

Free to members of the Starbucks loyalty program through the Starbucks mobile app (New York Times)

Despite a history of disappointment. (API)

His campaign has purchased $250,000 of advertising time — on Fox News. (New York Times)

10-year veteran of NBC News, is leaving the network today. (TVNewser)

Kenya's interior minister has called on US news channel CNN to apologise for calling East Africa a "hotbed of terror" ahead of President Barack Obama's visit on Friday. (BBC)

OUT: The Cycle at 3:00 PM. Now with Alex Wagner at 4:00 PM. The Ed Show with Ed Schutz. In: Chuck Todd at 5:00 PM. Similar to Jake Tapper at CNN doing both weekday afternoons (hosting The Lead) and anchoring Sunday morning’s State of the Union. (Mediaite)

The request follows an assessment in a June 29 memo by the inspectors general for the State Department and the intelligence agencies that Mrs. Clinton’s private account contained “hundreds of potentially classified emails.” (New York Times)

The role of journalists is to make information public. The irony is that in order to do so, they need to keep lots of things secrets. (CJR)

In a forum for employees, CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker said that the network had taken the necessary steps following a screw-up in which it reported that an Islamic State [also known as ISIS] flag had appeared at the London Pride celebration on June 27. (Washington Post)

Recently, NPR Visuals announced that they would allow applicants to resend cover letters for their fall internship positions. They felt that their hiring process had not been a level playing field for everyone. (Poynter)

Disclosures also raised new questions about how effectively news organizations can protect anonymous sources and sensitive information in an era of constant data collection and tracking. (University of Washigton)

Reuters had earlier reported that Pearson, the world's leading education provider, had decided to sell the group which includes the paper, website and its share in the Economist (Reuters)

A study set out to go further, to learn not just where people go online but what they do when they get there. (API)

The New York Times is denying Gawker founder Nick Denton's assertion that they move their reporters to different beats to appease advertisers. (Politico)

Gawker is willing to sacrifice a lot of potential ad revenue to protect its editorial freedom, Denton said, but there's a limit. (CAPITAL)

In 2014,71 percent of NPR's sources were male, and 29 percent female. Broken down by race and ethnicity, 77 percent were white, 8 percent black, 8 percent Asian, 5 percent Latino, and 2 percent all other races. (NPR)

In the span of two years, mounting civil unrest concerning unequal treatment of minorities led to large protests in three cities that generated national media coverage. It wasn’t Ferguson, New York City, and Baltimore—it was Los Angeles, Chicago, and Newark in the mid-1960s. (CJR)


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Meet a Member

Wendy Patrick
Wendy L. Patrick, JD, PhD
Prosecutor, Author, Columnist, Media Commentator


2014 Public Lawyer of the Year by the California State Bar. More in Meet a Member.

Member News

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Beth Karas
KarasOnCrime.com


Launches website that provides extensive video coverage of criminal justice issues and proceedings. More in Member News.

The Constant Columnist

Beatrice Williams-Rude
The Ghettoization of Journalism (opinion)


Ghettoization of the news makes it difficult for the nation to coalesce and confront major issues. More in The Constant Columnist.

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