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NYPD Returns Journalist’s Cameras and Credentials

The Deadline Club is heartened to learn that the NYPD has returned the photo equipment and press credentials of New York Times freelance photographer Robert Stolarik, who was arrested Aug. 4, 2012, while photographing a disturbance in the Bronx. But ...
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Steve Kroft Speaks at The 2012 Awards Dinner

Steve Kroft, the long-time correspondent of CBS’s “60 Minutes,” spoke to a rapt audience of more than 230 journalists and their guests at The Deadline Club Annual Awards Dinner at the Waldorf on June 4, 2012. One of the country’s ...
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Tina Brown Attends 2011 Awards

Tina Brown, the editor of both Newsweek and The Daily Beast, was the guest speaker at The Deadline Club Annual Awards Dinner in 2011. She was the subject of a lively interview with Keith Kelly, the Media Ink columnist of ...
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2012 Annual Awards Judges

Once again, the awards were judged at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in Times Square. The Deadline Club wishes to thank CUNY for the generous donation of its space, and the following journalism professionals who judged this year’s competition: ...
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Benefits of Membership

The Deadline Club, the New York City Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, offers events and programming throughout the year. Typically, the club hosts one or two events a month, including intensive workshops on topics ranging from freedom of ...
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Deadline Club Awards show archive

Steve Croft Steve Kroft of CBS’s “60 Minutes” is interviewed by Stephen Shepard of CUNY at the 2012 awards dinner. Tina Brown Tina Brown of The Daily Beast is interviewed by Keith Kelly of the New York Post at the ...
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The Deadline Club Meets with NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly

Members of The Deadline Club’s governing board met recently with New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and his chief spokesman, Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne, to discuss relations between the city’s 35,000 uniformed police officers and the working press. In a ...
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Students, Slice and Dice Your Way to a Journalism Job (April 4)

Give that sharpened résumé a test drive at the Deadline Club’s spring career development workshop for students. This critiquing forum will feature professional New York City journalists who will “dice” up your résumé to give you tips on landing that ...
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Charges dropped against photojournalist arrested while covering Occupy Wall Street

NEW YORK, N.Y. — Charges have been dropped against Douglas Higginbotham, a New York City freelance photojournalist who challenged his arrest during the Occupy Wall Street protests with help from The Deadline Club and the Society of Professional Journalists. On ...
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Deadline Club and SPJ Support Arrested Photojournalist Douglas Higginbotham

NEW YORK, N.Y. — The Society of Professional Journalists’ Legal Defense Fund has granted New York photojournalist Douglas Higginbotham $1,000 to challenge his arrest by the New York Police Department while covering the Occupy Wall Street protest in Manhattan. Higgingbotham ...
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NYPD commissioner orders cops to let media do their jobs

Some overdue and welcome news from The New York Times via the Associated Press …. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, after meeting with representatives of the city’s leading media organizations, has ordered officers not to “unreasonably interfere” with journalists at breaking ...
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Deadline Club joins coalition to monitor media treatment by NYPD

The Deadline Club and the Deadline Club Foundation has joined the New York Press Club and other organizations putting the mayor and the commissioner on notice that future police conduct will be monitored. The groups have formed the Coalition for the First ...
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Statement from The Deadline Club about the arrests of journalists at OWS

The Deadline Club condemns the actions of the New York Police Department in detaining journalists who were covering the Occupy Wall Street protests on Tuesday, Nov. 15 and on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011. As the New York City chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the ...
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About the Deadline Club

The Deadline Club has been serving the cause of New York City journalism for 86 years. The Club sponsors one of the city’s most prestigious journalism awards programs; its coveted “Rubes,” distinctive statuettes designed by the late Rube Goldberg, are ...
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2011 Awards Dinner Reservations

After making your reservations, send an email to awards.reservations@deadlineclub.org with the names of all of the members of your party. The Deadline Club does not mail dinner tickets. All of the people in your party will need to give their ...
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The 2011 Deadline Club Awards Dinner

Details: Where: The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel301 Park Avenue, New York, NY Time: Wine reception, 6:30 p.m.Dinner, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: Early-bird rates end May 1; click here for more information. View Larger Map ...
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