The next board meeting will be March 13, 2017 at 8888 Ladue Road, Conference Room 250
Noon, Thursday, March 30: Press Club lunch forum for women “Pay Inequity: Root Causes” co-sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) St. Louis Branch discussing statistics and facts about pay equity issues including "root causes" for women of color, the role of unions, and the Start Smart program of negotiation skills for women. Panelists: Karen Francis, moderator and expert; Malaika Horne, Impact on Women of Color; Joan Suarez, Labor and Union; and Suzanne Gellman, Start Smart and Work Smart. Lunch buffet: $20 for Press Club members and $25 for non-members/guests. Click Here for reservations.
SAVE THE DATE! 11:30 A.M. Thursday, April 13 Lunch, Master Class and Discussion with Bob Dotson, journalist, author and 8-time Emmy Award winner. He will conduct a master class and Q&A discussion with audience. This midday event will be held in the meeting room of the Webster University library and include a lunch. For more information about Bob Dotson https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Dotson
June 16, 17, 18: Gateway to Publishing Conference and Convention "Gateway Con" – St. Louis Writers Guild's writers' conference and readers' convention featuring multiple workshop tracks for writers, a book fair, and marquee events for readers at the Renaissance Hotel in St. Louis. Register early at a reduced rate: http://www.stlwritersguild.org/gatewaycon.html
SAVE THE MORNING: SAT, SEPT.16 FOR BEAUTY BUZZ AT NEIMAN MARCUS Press Club's annual make-up-mix-and-mingle party will be in the fall this year. Plan now to attend with your friends and family, begin with brunch bites and mimosas, learn the latest tips of the trade from experts, pick-up cosmetic samples,and take a chance on prizes. Great fun, as always. More details coming soon.
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Announcements and Recent Press Club Events
2017 Press Club scholarship application deadline has been extented until May 19, 2017 Click Here for the application.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sat., Feb 4: "Promoting Yourself in the Age of Selfies" featuring Richard Gavatin as the speaker and co-sponsored by Missouri Professional Communicators and St. Louis Press Club. Click Here for all information. Click Here for the album.
Seminar speaker, Richard Gavatin, computer and social media expert, with Janice Denham, preident of Missouri Professional Communicators
Press Club and MPC members learning self promoting tips on self promoting through social media at the Feb. 4 seminar lead by Richard Gavatin, computer and social media expert.
Debbie Reinhardt was a table alone doing registration.
Click Here for our latest Press Club “2016 Year in Review” newsletter.
St. Louis Press Club's Annual Meeting featured Time Eby speaking on "The Future of Public Broadcasting". It was at the Alumni Restaurant in the historic Park Pacific Building at 6:00 p.m, Wed., Dec. 14. Click Here for pictures.
Outgoing president, Tom Eschen, presents new president, Bill Greenblatt, with the gavel.
Featured speaker, Tim Eby.
Tom Eschen presents Michael Right with the President's award.
Tom Eschen presents John Boul with the President's award.
Catfish award winner, Trish Muyco-Tobin, with Tom Eschen.
Tom Eschen with Catfish award winner, Barbara Shuman.
2016 Media Persons of the Year Gala
On November 30th, we honored Tom O'Neal, Dan Martin, Sharon Stevens, and Jay Randolph (accepted by his son, Jay Randolph, Jr.) as our 2016 Media Persons of the Year. Also Bill McClellan was given our 2016 Lifetime Achievement award. Our Emcee was Charlie Brennan. KMOX was honored as our Media Institution of the Year and the award was accepted John Sheehan. We recognized the contributions of National Media Persons Jim McKelvey and Jack Dorsey, whose parents, Tim and Marcia Dorsey and Jim and Judith McKelvey, were there to accept on their behalf. Click Here for the photo album. Click Here for the Town & Style photo album.
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Nov. 2, 7 - 8:30 p.m. St. Louis Press Club co-sponsored the GMLP's "Local Media and Informed Voting" at the St. Louis Public Library.
Community participants heard from and engaged in a conversation with local print, tv and radio journalists as well as a student journalist and media literacy expert to learn from residents on local information needs, consumption habits and how to strengthen civic engagement through quality information and media literacy skills. PANELISTS Shula Neuman, executive director, St. Louis Public Radio Gilbert Bailon, editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Andrew Smith, professor, Lindenwood University John Brown, political reporter, Fox 2 and more!
Ferguson: Reporting in Chaos, Finding Context
Student journalists from area high schools were treated to two panel discussions, presentations, and a tour of the St. Louis Public Radio Studios. Click Here to view the album.
|Featured panelists, from left: David Carson, Bradley Rayford, Steve Giegerich, and Kenya Vauhn with moderator Mitch Eden.
||Featured panelists, from left: Nicole Hudson, Rep. Sharon Pace, Dr. John Wright, and Kristian Blackmon with moderator Linda Lockhart.
Special Presentation with KSDK News Anchor, Christina Coleman.
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Check out our 2016 Media Guide for Metropolitan St. Louis!
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Noon, Weds., Sept. 7 "Playing the Woman Card" lunch forum at MAC-West.
Featured panelists, from left, Vivian Eveloff, director of the Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public life; Jill Schupp, Missouri State Senator; Jo Mannies, political reporter for St. Louis Public Radio; and moderator Gloria Ross, St. Louis Press Club past president.
11:30 a.m., Thursday, June 30: Press Club Annual Scholarship Luncheon with St. Louis Post-Dispatch photojournalists. Click Here for pictures. Click Here for reservations by credit card.
St. Louis Press Club has launced our new photo album page courtesy of SecondStreet! Pictures are available for purchase. Please also check out our LOGO album, where you can choose your favorite St. Louis Press Club logo to put on an item of your choice.
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2016 Press Club scholarship application deadline extended to May 23 Click Here for the application
Press Club at Gatesworth Speaker Series: 7:30 p.m., Wed., April 27: "The Magic of Words and Music" featuring author/composter Claire Applewhite and magician/comedian Tim Sheiglitz in the Starbird Theater, Gatesworth main building, 1 McKnight Place. No cost. No reservations. Press Club members don't miss this!
From left, Aisha Sultan, Jason Rosenbaum, Jo Mannies, Kevin McDermott
Political reporters discuss The Trump Effect at Press Club lunch forum noon, Thursday, April 28. Click Here for all the details. Click Here for pictures.
The Walter Cronkite New Voices Act, which would provide protection for student journalists in their efforts to cover their own institutions passed the Missouri House 131-12 and has been sent on to the state Senate. For more about New Voices acts in Missouri and other states, go to the New Voices website
Sat., March 19 from 9 to 11 a.m. -- IS THE FUTURE OF PRINT DEAD? Hear what Don Corrigan of the Times newspapers and Deborah Reinhardt of AAA Missouri magazines have to say. 12 N. Jackson in Clayton. Free. RSVP requested. Click Here for details.
Wed., March 23 at 7:30: Press Club at the Gatesworth Speaker Series. Press Club members are invited to participate and enjoy a review of photographs from China with members of the International Photography Hall of Fame photography contingency that traveled to China. Photographers Don McKenna and Rita Chu will share their experiences and their photographs from the trip. Starbird Theater in the main Gatesworth building, 1 McKnight Place.
Members only, the Gatesworth Speakers Series, February 24. Debbie Reinhardt, Managing Editor of AAA-Auto Club magazines in St. Louis, on her new book "Chocolate Destinations in Missouri".
Press Club president Tom Eschen raises his glass to toast the 170 Beauty Buzz participants along with event chair Pamela Toder and Neiman Marcus general manager Allen Barber.
2016 Beauty Buzz at Neiman Marcus
Saturday, February 20, 2016
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The Legal Side of Creativity, 9 to 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 13. Press Club members are invited to attend this program with Missouri Professional Communicators.
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From left, 2016 Beauty Buzz chairs: Paige Noel, Jasmine Huda, Pam Toder, Courtney Toder
Beauty Buzz Committee Meeting at Nieman Marcus Saturday, December 5, 2015.
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St. Louis Press Club's 59th Annual Meeting: Wednesday, December 2, Beginning at 6 p.m.
The Historic Park Pacific Building
Featured speaker: Aisha Sultan
Home and Family Editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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