SNPA - Inland Annual Meeting

Meeting the Challenge: The Shifting Nature of our Business


Keynote address: Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 8 a.m.
SNPA - Inland Annual Meeting
Colorado Springs, Colo.

There's been no more exciting story in the newspaper industry than the renaissance of The Washington Post, now recognized as a journalism and business model of digital innovation. 

And Jeremy Gilbert is right at the center of this transformation. He's The Post's director of strategic initiatives, and responsible for crafting the innovative strategies to deliver great storytelling over digital platforms. 

During an SNPA - Inland Annual Meeting general session, Jeremy Gilbert will relate how he collaborates with journalists, technicians, engineers and advertising and marketing departments to find new ways to deliver those digital experiences in The Post's tradition of high-quality journalism – while delivering innovation for advertisers. 

Jeremy Gilbert's thought-provoking session at the joint SNPA - Inland Press Association Annual Meeting will focus on the lessons drawn from his experience in developing innovative approaches at The Post, Northwestern University's Medill School and at the Poynter Institute. 

This is just one of more than a dozen Annual Meeting sessions reflecting the especially strong program created by two associations known for their practical – and forward-thinking – industry leadership: SNPA and Inland. 

Learn more about the joint Annual Meeting here.

Register and Reserve Your Hotel Room:

  • REGISTER to attend (A discounted rate of $595 is available for first-time newspaper executives who have not previously attended the Inland Annual Convention or the SNPA News Industry Summit.)
  • RESERVE your hotel room: The Broadmoor is sold out. Please contact Karla Zander at the Inland Press Association at (847) 795-0380 for assistance with hotel reservations.
  • BE A SPONSOR OR EXHIBITOR to meet industry decision makers:


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