This page was current during summer 2016; AOJ is merging into the American Society of News Editors by Jan. 1, 2017.
Our series of conference and related reports includes:
Judge blasts U.S. agency secrecy
Future of The Editorial (with long video)
No Labels pitches bipartisanship
Reflecting reality of diversity is vital
Tips from Sree, Met master, on social-plus
Questions to help with tough problems
Common Core gets mixed reviews
Enterprising in Dallas merges digi-print
AOJ Foundation board meeting
Joint Poynter event with David Axelrod
Short films work well at Boston Globe
U.S. rep rips unduly divided House GOP
Seminar guests place pieces done on-site
A full conference report on a blog: Thugs!
Pulliam $75K winner tells how series began (link to separate page)
Affordable Care Act briefing
Service honors and awards (separate page)
Keynoter on digital future, with update on making social media lemonade from the potentially bitter taste of getting the ax.
(updated 12/31/2015, 6/23/2106)
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FOIA issues were aired at AOJ event
Update posted 4/1/16: Insurance company's banking arm wins at trial in case involving FOI issues among others. Full "not too-big-to-fail" ruling sealed until April 6, appeal by U.S. possible. One news account and one analysis. Previous Masthead report is below.
Judge chides U.S. agency