The Singapore Press Club will have its year-end party at the SofitelSo on December 11 from 7pm. The details are attached.
Entry is limited to 80 members ($10 each) and guests ($20 each). So, register immediately with the Secretariat at: firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, job title, company, HP contact and email address.
Diplomats’ Challenge 2014 – Raffles Country Club Lake Course 17th Nov
Dear Golf League members It went according to plan – executed with some panache against the diplomats. The result of our…
Dear Golf League members
It went according to plan - executed with some panache against the diplomats. The result of our 3rd match of the year was a victory by 2 games to one.
The 3rd edition of the Diplomats' Challenge 2014 was held at the recently upgraded Lake Course, Raffles Country Club on Monday morning. Leading our charge on the 1st tee was Press Club Captain Patrick Daniel (SPH) and Ven Sreenivasan (Business Times) against Captain & Amb Philip Green (Australia) and Amb Thomas Kupfer (Switzerland).
Quoting Ven, "We were cruising into the 2nd nine with a couple of birdies but the ambassadors fought back strongly" until the 17th hole when the game was decided 2&1.
Tony Mallek (SPH) and Dicky Goh (Hindustan Times) took on Amb Husni Zai Yaacob (Malaysia) and Amb Sven Hakan (Sweden). It was an ideal morning for golf with a light breeze and cloudy skies. Amb Husni played very well but the Press Club duo won the game 1&0 with Tony & Dicky taking turns to either win or hold the ambassadors.
Representing the Press Club for the 3rd game was Han Fook Kwang (SPH) and Edward Stanislaus (The Edge) against Amb Manuel Talavera (Peru) and Jon Connolly (Australia). Fook Kwang said "Amb Talavera played outstanding golf and we were down 4 in the first four holes! In the end, we lost 4&2 despite Edward throwing everything, including the kitchen sink, at the diplomats".
Press Club talk on US political landscape & year ahead by Jonathan Capehart at 12nn on Thurs 11 Dec at SPH News Centre
Dear Members, The Singapore Press Club, together with the US Embassy in Singapore, is pleased to host a talk by…
The Singapore Press Club, together with the US Embassy in Singapore, is pleased to host a talk by Washington Post journalist and Pulitzer Prize winner, Jonathan Capehart.
Jonathan will share his views on "The US political landscape post mid-term Elections, and the year ahead for US politics". Please refer to the attached circular for the details.
If you and/or your guests are keen to attend, please sign up here
by noon on Monday December 8. The password to enter the link is: sincapehart
Registration is essential for entry to News Centre. Please print a copy of the acknowledgement email and bring it with you. Light refreshments will be served after the talk. More information here
Press Club talk on “Accountability Journalism in the Digital Era” by Sheila Coronel at 12.30pm on Tues 2 Dec at MediaCorp
Dear Members, Please see attached circular for details on the talk by Sheila Coronel on the new tools that are available…
Please see attached circular for details on the talk by Sheila Coronel on the new tools that are available to journalists — including data, satellite images, crowdsourcing, and statistical analysis, using examples from around the world.
Tuesday 2 Dec 2014
Multi-purpose Hall, Level 2, West Wing, MediaCorp, Andrew Road, Singapore 299939
If you and/or your guests are keen to attend, it is important to register at this link
by 5pm on Thurs 27 Nov for admission into MediaCorp.
SEPARATE INVITATION FROM MS CORONEL:
Columbia Journalism School information session for alumni and prospective students on Mon 1 Dec.
Ms Coronel will be sharing more about the data courses Columbia has introduced in its graduate curriculum and in its continuing professional education series. The school has also introduced a core digital skills programme for all its students as part of a major curriculum revamp last year. Columbia Graduate School of Journalism is also home to the Tow Center for Digital Journalism and the Helen Gurley Brown Institute of Media Innovation, in collaboration with Stanford University's College of