ABOUT ARIZONA PRESS CLUB
WHO WE ARE
Arizona Press Club is a nonprofit organization of professionsal reporters, editors, photographers and designers from publications across Arizona. Our goal is to promote excellence in the field through an annual contest, training seminars and networking events.
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WHAT WE DO
Each year, the Arizona Press Club hosts for the Best Journalism in Arizona contest. Writer and photographers from all over the state are invited to compete. Check back in December 2011 for scholarships rules and details.
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2008 contest winners
2007 contest winners
2001 contest winners
2000 contest winners
1999 contest winners
1998 contest winners
Winners lists prior to
1998 not available online at this time.
The Arizona Press Club also awards scholarships of up to $1,000 each to student reporters, photographers and designers studying print journalism. Check back in December 2011 for scholarships rules and details.
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ARZONA REPORTER'S HANDBOOK ON MEDIA LAW
Perkins Coie Brown & Bain attorney Dan Barr led a team of 10 attorneys in Phoenix and Seattle in revising the Handbook, which was last released in 2002. Topics covered include access to court proceedings, public records, open meetings, and public and private places. The new Handbook also addresses subpoenas issued against the news media, search warrants, gag orders, prior restraints, libel, invasion of privacy, promises of confidentiality to sources, copyright and trademark issues, and Section 230 immunity for online content. The Arizona Reporter's Handbook on Media Law is $5 a copy. To order, please contact Sharon Neilson at 602-351-8014 or
SNeilson@perkinscoie.com. For more information, please contact
Dan Barr at 602-351-8085.
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