Time is running out to sign up for the SNPA-UNC program in Chapel Hill that will help you create a strategy to maintain profitability at your company and understand tactics that will strengthen your newspaper in the digital age.
Attendance is limited to 40 participants, and only a few places remain. Rooms at The Franklin Hotel are nearly sold out.
This program for top newspaper executives – "From Disruption to Transformation: New Strategies for Prosperity in a Digital Age" – is a collaboration of SNPA and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina. The goal of this conference is to help top newspaper executives create a strategy for their company, a timeline for implementation, and a system for measuring progress.
Technology is redefining the way that news and information are consumed. At the May 18-20 conference, key industry leaders will work with participants to develop functional models and strategies to transform their businesses.More
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Top-level newspaper executives are invited to attend a new program in Chapel Hill that will analyze tactics to strengthen newspapers in the digital age and create strategies to maintain profitability.
The May 18-20 conference features key industry leaders and strategists who will examine how technology is redefining the way that news and information are consumed, and work with participants to develop new models and strategies to transform their businesses.MORE
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