News Industry Summit
Oct. 6-8, The Boar's Head Inn, Charlottesville, Va.
The program for the 2014 SNPA News Industry Summit in Charlottesville lays out a roadmap to long-term profitability for newspapers, and is built around themes of leadership, creativity, inspiration and innovation. The program will be held Oct. 6-8 at the Boar's Head Inn in Charlottesville, Va.
SNPA President Tom Silvestri has created a program that is different than anything you will see at other industry events, and added more time for networking. There's even a visit to Monticello. View details about conference topics and speakers.
Discounted registration continues until Aug. 15. Special discounts are available for first-time attendees. Register early to save $200 per person on conference fees.
The News Industry Summit is the best networking for newspaper publishers to exchange ideas, solve problems and develop their businesses. The program facilitates discussion, informal and formal idea exchange, networking among newspaper executives and R&D partners, and creative thinking.
This meeting will not be like other industry meetings – and we are confident that you will leave better equipped to take advantage of opportunities and to tackle the challenges that your businesses face.
If you don't attend the SNPA News Industry Summit, you miss an extraordinary opportunity to solve problems, hear ideas that will help you grow your business, and meet new people who share your thoughts and interests – in a congenial setting that is unique to SNPA.
Photo courtesy of Charlottesville-Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau/Roy Vandoorn
The special activity registration fee includes a private tour of Monticello – including the rarely seen Dome Room – a reception at the Thomas Jefferson Library, and transportation between The Boar's Head Inn and Monticello.
Why should you attend the 2014 conference? Listen to what these members had to say last year:
- Michelle Williams, The Associated Press
- Hal Tanner III, The Goldsboro News-Argus
- Lou Phelps, Coastal Empire News
- Tim Burke, publisher of The Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, Fla.
- Steve Mattingly, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Southern Lithoplate
- Gregg Jones, president and CEO, Jones Media, Greeneville, Tenn.
- Bill Offill, publisher, The Daytona Beach News-Journal
- John Pukas, vice president of business relations, NEWSCYCLE Solutions