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TENNESSEE

Associated Press 2014 College Awards Luncheon

 

The Tennessee AP Broadcasters and Tennessee APME Best of College Competition is designed to recognize Tennessee student journalists for outstanding performance in college journalism.

 

The 2014 awards luncheon will be held on Saturday, March 22 at the First Amendment Center, 1207 18th Avenue S., Nashville, TN, 37212.  The event will begin with the luncheon at 11:15 and one-on-one sessions with the professionals ending the day at 3pm.  These one-on-one sessions will be scheduled so you must register for them. 

 

Please click here for the college awards registration form

 

Please click here for a listing of FINALISTS.

 

You may pay by cash, check or PayPal. 

 

If paying by check, the fee is $15 per student.

 

Please make the checks payable to TAPB (broadcast) or TAPME (newspaper) and mail to:

 

2014 Tennessee AP College Luncheon

The Associated Press
Attn:  Delila Vassar

John Seigenthaler Center

1207 18th Ave. S.

Nashville, TN 37212

 

If paying by PayPal, the fees are $16 per student for print or broadcast.  Please click on the appropriate PayPal icon below to make your PayPal payment.  Please print out a copy of your receipt and email it along with the registration form to Dee Vassar, dvassar@ap.org.

 

College fee for TAPME (newspaper) per student = $16

 

College fee for TAPB (broadcast) per student = $16

 

College fee for luncheon and professional banquet = $42

 

 

 

 

 

 

***Note:  Payment is requested before the awards luncheon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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