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Upcoming Events

  • Hands-on video editing for beginners In a hands-on-follow-up to his well-received digital storytelling webinar for ASBPE in March, James Hopper will demonstrate how to edit video using Adobe Premiere Pro.
  • Transforming B2B Journalism Into Interactive Storytelling New York Chapter event on April 24: Transforming B2B Journalism Into Interactive Storytelling News and features may still be the core of your content, but the written word is now just one way to present them. B2B journalism today, and going forward, needs to include interactive elements, and journalists need to think of themselves as storytellers. ...
  • Join ASBPE-Kansas City: Annual State of the B2B Publishing Industry luncheon on April 2 Join ASBPE-Kansas City: Annual State of the B2B Publishing Industry luncheon on April 2 As the business press moves toward more digital content editors/content providers need to adapt their skill sets to remain relevant. Many of us are learning new skills in HTML coding, search engine optimization, video editing and the like, but some evergreen editorial ...

Webinars

  • Hands-on video editing for beginners In a hands-on-follow-up to his well-received digital storytelling webinar for ASBPE in March, James Hopper will demonstrate how to edit video using Adobe Premiere Pro.
  • Archived Webcast: Best Practices in Digital Storytelling for B2B Opportunities in digital storytelling — the marriage of storytelling and digital technology — are plentiful. An estimated 35,000 jobs related to digital storytelling are available in the Kansas City metro area alone. And this number is forecasted to increase by 15.2 percent in the next 10 years.
  • Feb. 4 webcast: Low Budget Data Visualization Tools for B2B Pubs Join us for a Webinar on February 4 Sharon Machlis will share free and low-cost tools for creating data visualizations on the Web. Whether you’re a confident coder or don’t more than basic HTML or Excel, you should come away with ideas for software and services to bring your data to life. Title: Low Budget Data Visualization ...
  • Jan. 16 webcast: Producing Video on a Shoestring Download Slides from Webinar on January 16 More and more editors are using video to supplement their content. But video provides another advantage: the ability to bring interviewees from anywhere “together” without anyone having to travel. In this webcast from Jan. 16, 2014, Rob Freedman, senior editor at Realtor magazine, examined how, by recording interviews over Skype ...
  • Nov. 21 webcast: Producing video that people will actually watch Join ASBPE for a webcast November 21 about B2B publication video content and production.
  • Oct. 23 webcast: Top 5 #Twitter tactics for @B2B media Hashtags, @ mentions, DMs and FFs – is it all Greek to you? Then join ASBPE for its webcast next Wednesday, Oct. 23rd at 1 p.m. ET.
  • Sept. 19 webcast: Top 10 Facebook Dos and Don’ts for B2B Editors Archived webcast: Top 10 Facebook Dos and Don’ts for B2B Editors Note: This is a members-only webcast. If you cannot see the video, please log in to your membership account. Not a member yet? Learn how you can join. Speakers: Jessica Zemler, E-media editor, and Brendan Howard, Business and Team channel director, both with Advanstar Veterinary Zemler and ...
  • Free ASBPE webinar: Ratio analyses for investors and for investigations Free ASBPE webinar: Ratio analyses for investors and for investigations Step back a moment from Wall Street and onto Main Street. Some basic financial ratios may not tell you much about a company’s stock price. But they can tell you plenty about a company’s financial health, its prospects for growth or for survival. Register now for ...
  • Investigating a Company: The Long and the Short of It Free ASBPE webinar: Investigating a Company: The Long and the Short of It Follow the money. In the wake of high-profile corporate scandals, such as Peregrine Financial, Solyndra, and myriad banks, and the resulting Congressional actions to address them, getting to the bottom of a balance sheet and other company reports is an indispensable part of ...
  • Attend the first-ever virtual roundtable on B2B ethics Register now for the ASBPE’s June 12 virtual roundtable on B2B ethics. When: June 12, 2013Choose a session time: > 10-11 a.m. ET > 1-2 p.m. ET > 4-5 p.m. ETWhere: Your phone! Conference call number provided after you register Register now! Are your publication front covers immune from ad schemes? Are attempts to disguise digital ads as ...
  • Webcast: Financial Modeling Tools for B2B Journalists Register now for ASBPE’s March 28 webcast: Financial Modeling Tools for B2B Journalists Insights, best practices and benefits of financial modeling tools that can give you and your B2B publication a competitive edge Financial models, mathematical tools used to estimate the outcome of financial decisions before the committing of funds, are no longer the exclusive domain of ...
  • ASBPE To Present Webinar on Taking Your B2B Publication to the Next Level The Webinar, Taking Your B2B Publication to the Next Level, will be held on March 14, 2012 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. EST. Sign up for this timely March 14 webinar to learn about best practices from top editors of two B2B publications that won several prestigious Azbee awards in 2011 Packed with real-world examples, this webcast ...
  • Past ASBPE Webinars: 2006-2011 Past ASBPE Webinars: 2006-2011
  • B2B Ethical Struggles and Solutions in a New-Media Era B2B Ethical Struggles and Solutions in a New-Media Era

Previous Events

  • April 5: Meet the National Board in Boston Some great upcoming programs — including ASBPE regional and national awards — are just around the corner this summer, and the chapter is planning a half-day Boot Camp for the fall. On April 5, stop by Boston’s Barracuda Tavern for appetizers — compliments of ASBPE — and meet president Amy Fischbach and the rest of the ...
  • ASBPE Chicago Chapter’s 2012 Fall Workshop And the AZBEE Goes To … Award-Winning Editorial Strategies from ASBPE’s Finest Please note date change: New date is Nov. 16. This fall, the Chicago Chapter of ASBPE will be hosting a half-day workshop featuring insights and examples from winners of this year’s Azbee Awards, including Magazine of the Year Music Inc. The event will address editorial and ...
  • Free webinar: Help Your Publication Launch the Perfect Paid Model Get data, insights and best practices from more than 370 publishers at this FREE webinar sponsored by Press+. Press+ has helped more than 370 newspapers, magazines, newsletters and trade publications launch metered paid models of their digital products. All of them are generating new revenue from digital subscribers, and not a single publication has lost display ...
  • Sign up for ASBPE’s Aug. 29 webinar Join us for a Webinar on August 29: How to succeed in the B2B publishing business while actually trying! If you’re looking to become a top editor at your B2B publication or move into a senior managerial position, sign up for this August 29 webcast to learn how to advance your career. When: Wednesday, Aug. 29 from ...
  • Meeting Recap: ASBPE State of B2B Industry Luncheon, presented by the Kansas City Chapter Kansas City Hosts State of B2B Industry Luncheon: Integration as a reality B2B editors must effectively use different media to reach their audience Integration of different media forms is a major driver of the current B2B industry, David Doherty, group sales and marketing director for Advanstar Veterinary, said at a Feb. 8 meeting of the Kansas City ...
  • Kansas City Chapter to Host State of the B2B Industry Luncheon February 8 Kansas City Chapter to Host State of the B2B Industry Luncheon on February 8 Speakers: Jim Lucy, Chief Editor, Electrical Wholesaling, Penton Lucy has been an editor with Electrical Wholesaling magazine for close to 30 years. He has written several hundred articles for Electrical Wholesaling, Electrical Marketing newsletter and CEE News magazine. While chief editor of EW, Lucy ...
  • March 2003 Western Workshop Focuses on the Web Award winning speaker Ann Wylie to lead workshop; DenverPost.com editor to keynote. January 2003ASBPE’s second Western Winter Workshop will be an intensive, one-day event focusing on ways to build and keep your online readership. The workshop will be presented Wednesday, March 19, by editorial consultant Ann Wylie of Wylie Communications. It takes place at the Denver Marriott ...
  • Folio: Editor To Keynote 2003 National Editorial Conference April 2003 —The American Society of Business Publication Editors’ 2003 National Editorial Conference will feature keynote addresses by Cable Neuhaus, editor of Folio: magazine and Nicolle Devenish, White House director of media affairs. The Conference is scheduled for June 19-20 at the Marriott at Metro Center in Washington, D.C. It is aimed at trade, association, ...
  • New Stephen Barr Award Will Honor Best Overall Writing In recognition of the best from among all the “feature” writing categories, ASBPE will present the first Stephen Barr Award at its 2004 Awards of Excellence banquet in Philadelphia next year. The award is being created in memory of Stephen Barr, a perennial ASBPE award-winner for his work as senior contributing editor of CFO magazine. Barr, ...
  • Western Winter Workshop Focuses on Financial Literacy Jan. 20 event takes place in San Francisco; includes critique of published trade magazine financial articles. Nov. 26, 2003 —Accounting scandals and errors didn’t stop with Enron, Tyco, and WorldCom. Federal officials are now looking at problems with certain mutual funds and mortgage entities. Recent events make clear how important it is for all journalists who cover business ...
  • Homeland Security Communications Director to Speak at 2004 ASBPE Conference Tasia Scolinos will explain classes of restricted information; Philadelphia Inquirer editor to moderate discussion. April 6, 2004—Could editors or publishers of technical publications be held liable for for publishing certain information under the USA PATRIOT Act? Tasia Scolinos, the Department of Homeland Security’s senior director for communications, will answer this and other questions as a luncheon speaker ...
  • Are Interest Groups Blurring Media Lines? D.C. ASBPE cohosts event examining ethical considerations arising from growth of interest-group media. National Press Club, January 12, 2005 Did community newspaper publisher Brian Timpone cross an ethical line by failing to disclose to the readers of the Madison County Record that his publication was financed by a business trade group with a pro-tort-reform agenda? That was ...
  • 2005 Western Winter Workshop Set for Seattle Theme of March 3 conference: turning readers into readership. Do you think your readers have a short attention span? Many do. However, we have tools to turn readers into readership. At ASBPE’s annual Western Winter Workshop, March 3 in Seattle, you’ll hear noted consultant Ann Wylie explain how to make your publications easier to read and understand. Wylie ...
  • Folio: Editor/Publisher to Keynote 2005 National Editorial Conference For a rockin’ time, remember Cleveland, June 21–22. Publishing entrepreneur and Folio: magazine editor and publisher Tony Silber will highlight a strong group of editorial, design, and Internet-related sessions at ASBPE’s National Editorial Conference in Cleveland. Silber, long known in magazine publishing circles, was a founder of M10, a direct competitor to Folio: magazine, before his company ...
  • ASBPE Announces 2006 National Editorial Conference July 20-21 in Chicago Plan to Attend National Editorial Conference July 20-21 in Chicago Ethics solutions, blogging trends, covering public firms, digital mags among session topics. So many ethical issues surround us these days, ranging from advertisers seeking product mentions in editorial to writers who accept gifts from the companies they cover. If you’re looking for constructive solutions to the ethical problems ...
  • 2007 National Editorial Conference Preview: B2B media watchdogs to have their day ASBPE panel will feature editors of publications that cover B2B publishing. Separately, these B2B editors monitor the trade- and association-publishing world for their magazines. Together, they represent the watchdog function that our branch of publishing performs on itself. And for the first time, they will be together on a panel — at New York’s Roosevelt Hotel, as ...
  • ASBPE Announces 2007 National Editorial Conference Former Time Inc. chief,  BusinessWeek editor will headline Time Inc.’s Norman Pearlstine and BusinessWeek editor-in-chief Stephen J. Adler will address critical issues in conference keynotes. Two of the biggest names in American journalism — BusinessWeekeditor-in-chief Stephen J. Adler, and former Time Inc. editor-in-chief Norman Pearlstine, who recently joined the private-equity world — will top the ...
  • ASBPE Elections: National slate rolls to victory in 2007 Three new officers take the reins in August. ASBPE members have approved the Society’s slate of national officers for the 2007–2009 term, beginning after the August 2–3 National Editorial Conference. For President: Steven Roll is a senior editor for BNA’s The Monthly State Tax Report, in Washington, D.C. Since 2003, Roll has served as president of ASBPE’s ...
  • ASBPE Announces 2007 National Editorial Conference Kansas City, here we come ASBPE plans July 24–25 meeting in City of Fountains; will make Day One digital Spanish architecture, marble fountains and 180 shops and restaurants await editors attending the 2008 National Editorial Conference at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo. The two-day event will be July 24–25 at the Intercontinental Hotel, an 11-floor ...
  • ASBPE Announces 2008 National Conference Upcoming keynote speaker warns editors to fight for Web ethics and explore multimedia He would rather not fire his friends. Yet go to Paul Conley’s blog. The title to the Dec. 3, 2007, entry reads, “It’s time to fire my friends.” Conley says it’s time to give up on journalists unwilling to explore multimedia or what ...
  • Bob Sacks to keynote 2009 National Editorial Conference Meeting set for July 15–17 in Washington, D.C. On his blog for Publishing Executive magazine, Bob Sacks says he’s “a journalist, a grizzled reporter” and his beat is the media landscape. He also says he is an “avid publishing futurist.” So true. Just consider these blog titles from past issues of the magazine: “The Publishing Community Will Not ...
  • 2009 National Editorial Conference session topics announced Meeting set for July 15–17, Marriott Washington, Washington, D.C. Come early to Washington, D.C., to interview your government sources, and then attend ASBPE’s National Editorial Conference. Not-to-be-missed sessions will examine: Innovative responses to today’s troubling times How to use social media to advance your brand, generate editorial leads, and increase readership Ways to sell your ideas to company executives How to ...
  • 2009 Digital Azbee Awards finalists announced ASBPE names finalists for Web Site of the Year; Digital Azbees break entry record. Four publications are finalists in ASBPE’s 2009 Digital Azbees competition. BusinessWeek (McGraw Hill, now Bloomberg), CIO (IDG), InfoWorld (IDG), or TechRepublic (CBS Innteractive) will take Web Site of the Year honors at ASBPE’s awards luncheon in San Francisco, Nov. 6. The luncheon takes ...
  • ASBPE Award banquets honor 2010 regional and national Azbee Award winners Winning work includes reports on noncombat casualties in Iraq, border troubles, crime control, fitness club shooting. ASBPE recently named the top award winners, who were honored at regional banquets nationwide. In Washington D.C., Hanley Wood, Collinson Media & Events, and GIE Media, Inc. were among the business-to-business publishers that received multiple Azbee awards during the Central Southeastern ...
  • National Editorial Conference National Editorial Conference When Worlds Collide: Closing the print-digital divide Aug. 4–5, 2011 • Gleacher Center • Chicago This year’s conference, at the state-of-the-art Gleacher Center in Chicago’s Loop. The theme: “When Worlds Collide: Closing the print-digital divide.” will examine the relationship between the print and digital worlds. Conference at a Glance Download the brochure (1.1MB PDF).Register now. Dates: Aug. 4–5 (opening ...