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Important Dates & Schedules

For more information on board meetings, contact ANA executive director Tim Thomas or visit the Board Members page for more information.

November 26, 27
Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Break TBD

For questions or assistance contact: Cindy London, Ad Placement Mgr. c.london@ananews.com (602) 261-7655

Does your newspaper or news organization have an up coming industry related event?
Let us know and we’ll post it here. Contact: j.okeefe@ananews.com

Arizona State Senate
Session began Jan. 13, 2020
Session adjourned May 26, 2020
54th Legislature, 2nd Regular Session
Legislature website

SPJ, PRSA Phoenix Chapters present:
‘Switching Seats: From Journalism to PR, PR to Journalism’
When: Sept. 23
Location: Virtual panel discussion
Time: 6-7:30 pm / RSVP required
Hear from some local professionals who not only thought about switching communications careers, but then did it. Join the Phoenix chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and the Valley of the Sun chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in a virtual panel discussion about moving from journalism to public relations or public relations to journalism, titled “Switching Seats.”
Information & registration here.

UA Journalism Maynard Scholarship Forum presents – Truth Telling in a Time of Turbulence: A Conversation with Journalists About Election, COVID and Racial Reckoning
Where: Zoom webinar
When: Oct. 6, 2020
Time: 5 pm
In recognition of the late Nancy and Bob Maynard, both trailblazers in news media diversity, the University of Arizona School of Journalism invites you to attend this forum on contemporary issues via a Zoom webinar. The event launches a fundraising drive for a student endowment that will award the Nancy and Bob Maynard Scholarship.
Information & Pre-register here.

2020 National Native Media Conference
Native American Journalists Association reschedules annual conference for 2021, extending all program deadlines due to COVID-19. NAJA will announce new conference dates soon and will maintain the partnership with the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, in co-hosting the rescheduled 2021 conference in Phoenix, Arizona
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