Retaining public notices, funding journalism and more; you can't afford to miss the Annual Meeting
We've packed a lot into three days: A celebration of the merger of SNPA and Inland Press Association and a jam-packed program filled with compelling topics you asked for.
Newspaper management, retaining public notice revenue, marketing, advertising sales, newsroom strategies, digital, social media, circulation and audience development topics are all on the agenda for the Annual Meeting of SNPA and Inland Press Association, Oct. 6-8 in Chicago.
And, we have special newspaper team discounts to enable publishers to bring their department heads with them to ensure that none of the breakout sessions have to be missed! First-time attendee rates also are available to newspaper executives.
Be here when the name of the new association is announced and take part in the celebration of the merger, which was requested by a nearly unanimous number of SNPA and Inland members.
The deadline for hotel reservations in our room block at the J.W. Marriott is Sept. 16. Reserve your room right away before space sells out.
Conference topics include:
- Keynote from a newspaper pioneer: Insights from Mi-Ai Parrish
- What's the latest on the newspaper industry's campaign to get a fair revenue arrangement with digital giants?
- How the newspaper Battle of New Orleans was won
- Creating – and selling – niche publications that are sustainable revenue generators
- What the sales team of the future looks like
- The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's strategy: To save the paper – give up the paper
- Investing in growth: The Berkshire Eagle story
- Don't write off single-copy: How GateHouse Media is bolstering store and newsrack sales
- Thinking big: Finding success with small market weeklies
- You've got revenue: Making money with email marketing
- The case for keeping public notices where they belong – in the newspaper
- Maintaining a high valuation at your newspaper: Brokers' perspectives
- What we learned from the Digital Subscription Lab
- Funding your newsroom – and even individual journalists – from non-traditional sources
- Habit forming: What Northwestern's Medill School discovered about the real keys to sustainable digital subscriptions
- Retaining digital subscribers: Lessons from the Facebook Accelerator Program