Upcoming Events

  • The ASBPE Foundation Announces Plans to Award VTDigger and Its Editor with the 2018 Journalism That Matters Award The nonprofit VTDigger, an online publication covering Vermont business and government and edited by Anne Galloway, is being recognized for its investigative reporting by the American Society of Business Publication Editors.  In 2014, the Montpelier-based VTDigger uncovered possible financial improprieties by one of Vermont’s most prominent business people, Bill Stenger, and his partners in an investment ...
  • Archived webcast—Mind the Gap: What Publishers Really Want From Editors The long-standing tradition of a Church and State-like separation between the editorial and business functions of a magazine allows readers to have confidence in the integrity of editorial content. But it also breaks the connection between two halves of a whole. This in turn affects how magazines respond to change, which–in today’s turbulent industry climate–can ...
  • Archived webcast: Inside the Magazine of the Year Azbee Award Winners In this webcast, learn what it takes to put together a best-in-class B2B magazine. The editors of the two Magazine of the Year Azbee Award winners (QSR and Security Management) will share an inside look at their production process and strategy, offering tips on creating a B2B publication that is insightful, interesting, and innovative. Please click here to ...
  • Archived webcast: 5 Apps to Create Videos in 5 Minutes or Less Video is the single most important content strategy today. It is the most effective medium, with more shares, better reach, longer visit duration, higher retention, and more conversions. Video can also be time-consuming, difficult, and expensive—but only if you don’t know a better, smarter way to create video content. In this hands-on webinar from mobile journalist ...
  • How to develop an audience engagement strategy that works Audience engagement goes beyond simply sharing an article, media or photo on social media. It involves creating a post that’s compelling enough to get your audience to interact with it. More importantly, it’s finding what your audience wants and capitalizing on it, says Ren LaForme, interactive learning producer at The Poynter Institute. It’s not an easy ...
  • Roy Peter Clark on Writing Short Poynter Senior Scholar and prolific author Roy Peter Clark closed out the day’s events with a lively session on how to write succinctly. Using a combination of piano playing, anecdotes, famous examples and written exercises, Clark encouraged attendees to be more thoughtful about the way in which they craft sentences—the mere order of words in ...

Webinars

Previous Events

  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...