The theme of this year's News Industry Summit, set for Sept. 14-16 in Sarasota, Fla., is "A Time of Opportunity – Building a Sustainable and Balanced Business." The program will feature a mixture of combined sessions that will appeal to members of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association, Florida Press Association and Florida Society of News Editors – for this jointly-sponsored convention.More
You can't afford to miss two days of seminars dedicated to helping you increase audience and circulation on multiple platforms. SNPA and the Inland Press Association have teamed up to provide an outstanding lineup of speakers in the offices of The Dallas Morning News.
Among the highlights:
Fifty Shades of Pay: Diversifying Revenue Sources Beyond Digital Advertising and Subscriptions – With Jim Moroney, president and CEO, A.H. Belo, and publisher and CEO, The Dallas Morning NewsMORE
A limited number of exhibit and sponsorship opportunities are available at this year's News Industry Summit. Buy your booth and reserve your sponsorship early!MORE
The theme of this year's convention is "A Time of Opportunity – Building a Sustainable and Balanced Business." The program will feature a mixture of combined sessions that will appeal to all three groups, and separate programs that are targeted specifically at the interests of daily newspapers, weekly newspapers and editors.MORE
The Audience Development & Circulation Management Conference sponsored jointly by SNPA and the Inland Press Association is the only industry conference dedicated exclusively to growing newspaper audience in print AND digital.
Register now to take advantage of the insights, experience, and proven success of the presenters who will gather June 7-8 at the offices of The Dallas Morning News.MORE
SNPA will host a combined News Industry Summit this year with the Florida Press Association and Florida Society of News Editors. The conference will be held Sept. 14-16 at The Ritz-Carlton in Sarasota.
The News Industry Summit opens at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 14, and adjourns at 1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16. Register early to save $100.
Registration of sponsors and exhibitors also has begun. A limited number of opportunities are available at this year's conference so early registration is encouraged.MORE