New York State
"Extending Our Reach" -- A workshop for reporters, editors
and multimedia journalists
April 20, 2013- Marist College, Hancock Center, Poughkeepsie
Registration and payment
Step 1: Send names, titles, affiliations (newspaper name or college) of all registrants to Janet Talbott, by email to email@example.com no later than April 15. Registering early helps us plan a better event for you.
Step 2: Click the "Buy Now" button below to pay online for one or more registrations at $15 each. You can log-in with a PayPal account or click "Choose a Way to Pay." The form defaults to 1 registration. If you increase the quantity be sure to click Update to get your total.
If you fail to pay in advance, the cost is $20 cash at the door, and we still need you to register to make sure we have enough food. The event is free for Marist College journalism students.
For more information, email Howard Goldberg or call 212-621-7932.
Calvin Stovall, The Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton
1st Vice President:
2nd Vice President:
The Daily Gazette, Schenectady
Chief of Bureau, Associated Press,
New York City
The Citizen, Auburn
Newsday, Long Island
The Buffalo News
Lisa Robert Lewis,
The Record, Troy
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Times Union, Albany
Staten Island Advance
The Associated Press in New York State
The Associated Press in New York provides news in all formats to more than 70 newspapers and 150 broadcasters around the state. The staff of about 50 people includes reporters, editors, photographers, technology specialists and administrative assistants. The Metro bureau in New York coordinates coverage of the city, Long Island and Westchester County. The Albany bureau edits and transmits news and sports stories and photos from the rest of the state. Staff includes a Syracuse sportswriter and a three-person Buffalo bureau covering news and sports in the western part of the state.
The Associated Press is the oldest and largest news organization in the world, serving as a source of news, photos, graphics, audio and video for more than one billion people a day. In the U.S. alone, AP serves 5,000 radio and TV stations and 1,700 newspapers.