Featured Events

2023 Mega-Conference | April 2-4 | Dallas, Texas

The News Industry Mega-Conference is the premiere event in the news media industry. It will be held April 2-4 in Dallas, Texas, at the Hilton Anatole. 

America's Newspapers: Family & Independent Owners Summer Meeting | July 18-19

This meeting is designed for the senior executives, owners and family members who are directly involved in their company’s operations.  

2023 News Media Business Summit | Nov. 1-3

The 2023 summit theme will focus on "Innovation & New Revenue."

Additional #NewsMedia Industry Events
New York Press Association Spring Conference & Trade Show | March 31 - April 1
Seminar speakers will conduct more than 60 educational sessions on subjects important to community newspaper personnel.
Nebraska Press Association Annual Convention | April 14-15
2023 will mark the 150th anniversary of the Nebraska Press Association!
2023 Niche CEO & Sales Leadership Summit | April 26-28
100% focused on niche media publishing and revenue growth: magazines, all-digital pubs, newspapers, podcasters!
LMC Conference 2023 | May 9-11
Book your room by April 18 to receive the discounted rate of $269/night.
ACP Conference and Trade Show | May 11-12
Plan now to attend ACP's Conference and Trade Show on May 11 & 12 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Joint NCNA/SDNA Convention | May 11-13
The 2023 convention will be held in conjunction with SDNA, May 11-13.
2023 Wisconsin Civics Games State Finals | May 12
The 2023 Wisconsin Civics Games state finals will take place on May 12.
93rd Annual INMA World Congress of News Media | May 15-19, 2023
The 93rd Annual INMA World Congress of News Media returns to a physical conference in 2023.
2023 Texas Press Annual Convention and Trade Show | June 1-3
The 2023 Texas Press Annual Convention and Trade Show will be held in Round Rock, Texas.
2023 Mississippi Press Association Annual Meeting | June 15-17
The Mississippi Press Association's two largest meetings will merge into a single event in 2023.
Florida Media Conference | July 20-21
The Florida Media Conference is an annual event that brings together top Florida media executives.
Latest #NewsMedia Industry News
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Hundreds of WGA East members employed at Hearst Magazines Media staged a half-day walkout and rally March 23 to demand a fair contract.
The leading television stations serving the Rochester television market have began broadcasting with NextGen TV, a revolutionary new digital broadcast technology. The launch includes WHAM-TV (ABC), WROC-TV (CBS), WUHF (Fox) and WXXI-TV (PBS).
The event will be held April 10, with journalist Kara Swisher, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith and Group Black co-founder Bonin Bough also among those set to appear.
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The Baltimore Beat was published for about five months in 2017 before the publisher decided to stop publication. But Lisa Snowden, editor, knew there was a niche and a need in Baltimore for another Black community-focused news outlet — in addition to the Baltimore-based 130-year-old The AFRO. She began studying nonprofit news models.