PSNE issues statement on Office of Open Records:
On Thursday, January 29, 2015, the Pennsylvania Society of News Editors issued a statement emphasizing the need for Office of Open Records independence and urging the Governor to reconsider his position. Read the PSNE statement here.
Meet PSNE's current president, Chip Minemyer, editor, The Tribune-Democrat, Johnstown. Prior to his current position, he was the executive editor at the Centre Daily Times, State College. He taught journalism courses at Penn State, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Pitt-Johnstown.
Read the 2014-15 President's Column
The Pennsylvania Society of News Editors (PSNE) offers you the opportunity to network with editors statewide and find real solutions to the challenges you face. In your role as an editor, you are under the constant demands of fast-paced deadlines, newsroom management issues and ever-changing industry developments. PSNE offers editors the opportunities to meet and network with other professionals to improve our craft and celebrate the best in news coverage from across the state.
PSNE works with the PNA to provide and promote affordable and meaningful training opportunities across Pennsylvania. In addition, we support training and contests for both scholastic and collegiate journalists to help prepare the next generation of media professionals. PSNE also plans and executes the annual Keystone Press Awards and helps organize the Pennsylvania Press Conference, where the top editors, reporters, photographers, designers and digital content producers gather to share ideas and to experience excellence through panel discussions, meals and mixers, and the presentation of awards.
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