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Industry events

April 6 - 8

During this latest edition of the Walter B. Potter Sr. Conferences you'll learn how community news organizations – weeklies, small dailies and their websites – can reach deeper into their audiences, and grow their audience with new opportunities created with tools from Google and Facebook.

April 7 - 8

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April 20

The 2017 Georgia Press Associaiton Advertising Conference will be held on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at the Anderson Conference Center in Macon, Ga.

The Keynote Speaker will be Matt Christiansen, director of strategic partnerships at Simpli.fi.

April 22

This conference is designed to bring together media educators, professionals, entrepreneurs and innovators of color to explore strategies for building the media entrepreneurship ecosystem at universities. It seeks to foster student innovation in creating media and technology innovations and entrepreneurial ventures by and for communities of color.

April 23 - 25

A joint effort of SCMA and MACMA, the 2017 conference will be one of the largest gatherings of circulation and marketing newspaper executives in the Southeast.

Thursday, April 20, 2017
With the country's changing demographics – the workplace is different than five, 10 and 15 years ago. This program will help you understand not only yourself, but the other generations, and give you specific tips on how to be more successful with a diverse workplace. You will leave with a renewed sense of your working relationships.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Got an idea you think might make a great digital project, but you're not sure how to execute it? During this webinar, Nick Dumont of the Gaston (N.C.) Gazette walks you through the planning process of a digital project. Dumont first grabbed the attention of the media world with his Hops Street project, and has since helped a mid-sized newsroom churn out a number of impactful digital pieces.
September 10-12, 2017
SNPA and the Inland Press Association are collaborating to hold a joint annual meeting in September in Colorado Springs.