Upcoming Events

  • We are surrounded by our stories but don’t always tell them ASBPE member Ronn Levine attended the Feb. 17 webinar hosted by Sarah Redohl on customizing new media content for different platforms and wrote about it for the Software & Information Industry Association blog. Read Ronn’s blog and click through for the full version. Watch an archived video of the webinar here. We are surrounded by our ...
  • Washington, D.C., Chapter event: How to Use Numbers in Reporting Join the Washington, D.C., chapter for an event sponsored by ASBPE and SPJ. Jeannine Aversa will present “Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics: How to Use Numbers in Your Reporting,” without having your readers doze off. Light refreshments will be served. Time and date: Wednesday, Feb. 24, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Where: Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University 1325 G ...
  • Archived webcast: Customizing new media content by platform You’ve made a video, a gif, or a graphic. Now, how do you get the most mileage from all the places you plan to share it online? View the archived webcast below as Sarah Redohl, chief creative strategist of StoryLab LLC, shares her tips on maximizing the potential of your new media content and fitting it ...
  • Rescheduled Happy Hour Mixer: ASBPE Washington, D.C., Chapter You’re invited to our Happy Hour Mixer on Tuesday, February 16th, at The Science Club. Attendees from the Washington, D.C., metro area are welcome to network with peers in an entertaining atmosphere. Appetizers will be provided. You’ll also get an inside scoop on ASBPE’s new Azbee Award entry system — it has just launched! Be the ...
  • Archived webcast: So, you want to win an award Awards don’t just happen. To make sure your efforts are properly honored, you must put in the necessary work of finding and submitting to awards best suited to you and your work.  Mark Schlack, senior researcher at TechTarget and past president of ASBPE, shares his tips on how to win awards, from researching the most appropriate ...
  • Archived webcast: Email newsletter burning questions answered—What they don’t teach in school In 2015, email marketing (still) tops the charts for return on investment, earning as high as $28 for every $1 invested. Are your campaigns earning their full potential? Jessica Best, Digital Marketing Evangelist with emfluence, answers the burning questions she’s asked most often in the realm of email marketing, including: · How often should I be ...

Webinars

  • Upcoming Journalism Training By Martha SpizziriASBPE Web Editor It’s right around the corner, but there’s still time to register for Media Bistro’s online course Reinventing Print Content for the Web. The class, which starts Monday, June 2, is aimed specifically at magazine writers and editors. You may be able to register even after the official start date; you’ll ...
  • March 21 Webinar: Taking Your Webcasts to the Next Level Webcasts can boost readership and ad dollars and raise brand awareness, learn how B2B publications are gaining a competitive edge through webinars. Find out what it takes to successfully produce compelling — and profitable — webinars for your trade magazine. Join the American Society of Business Publication Editors for a webinar on Friday, March 21, to ...
  • Using ASBPE’s New Online Entry System for Azbee Awards Learn How to Save Time and Money by Submitting Your Competition Entries Online! The deadline for the 2008 Azbee Awards is Feb. 15, 2008. The 2008 competition is for material published in 2007. This year, ASBPE created the ability to submit your entries online, meaning not having to spend time packaging three copies of each ...

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