Creativity and innovation at SNPA's News Industry Summit
Oct. 6-8 at The Boar's Head Inn, Charlottesville, Va.
The 2014 SNPA News Industry Summit will feel like a new experience. The location is new, and SNPA President Tom Silvestri has crafted an agenda with more time for networking, mind-expanding programming, a visit to Monticello ... and not a single speaker that you have seen at other industry events.
The first speaker, in fact, is a symphony conductor.
The agenda includes an expanded town-hall idea-exchange, a major advertiser, a university president, an expert on branding, insights from the NEX-GEN program, a fast-moving segment on growing revenue and audience, R&D partners with new products and services, and much more.
Registration for the meeting begins this week, and discounted registration continues until Aug. 15.
There's even a special discount for first-time attendees!
The News Industry Summit will be held Oct. 6-8 at The Boar's Head Inn in Charlottesville, Va. Details about travel and room reservations can be found here.
"As a historian of the American South, I've found the newspapers of the region my best guide to what people were thinking, saying and doing through the South's tumultuous history," Ayers said. "The work of historians, like the work of newspapers today, is being transformed by the digital revolution, unlocking the millions of words about the past that have been filed away on microfilm. New ways of finding broad patterns and telling details in the papers of the past offer exciting opportunities for historians and for newspapers that want to deepen their connection to their communities today."