Why you need to be in Colorado Springs September 10-12

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You know that this is the first ever joint Annual Meeting between SNPA and Inland. That makes this an historic opportunity to meet new colleagues and hear new ideas. However, that's just one of the compelling reasons this is a must-attend meeting. 

Here are nine more:

1

You'll learn how The Washington Post achieved a remarkable transformation that created opportunities to generate new revenue.

2

You will be among the first to hear about a revolutionary digital content payment system that costs you nothing and lets you keep all the dough.

3

Virtually every session offers you market-proven ideas you can use when you go home.

4

This is the only conference where print and digital receive equal attention and work hand in hand to increase your revenue.

5

You can find out how small-market newspapers are not only rising above digital disruption, but also making money from it.

6

Learn how to protect public notices in your market for your paper.

7

Meet startups you've never heard of that can offer you ways to generate new revenue immediately when you go home.

8

See what the video excitement is all about. Hint: You can make money from it.

9

Hear how Inland and SNPA are championing the cause of real local journalism to strengthen your market position.

It's an amazing program. You'll have ample opportunities to network and learn. You will take actionable ideas home with you. If you attend only one newspaper conference this year, make it this one. Click here to register today.

Registration Fees:

  • $795 Newspaper and R&D Delegates - SNPA & Inland members (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.)
  • $1,095 Newspaper and R&D Delegate - Non-member
  • $250 Journalism educator 

Register today! Prices increase August 22.

Hotel Accommodations: The Broadmoor is sold out. Please contact Karla Zander at the Inland Press Association at (847) 795-0380 for assistance with hotel reservations.

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