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Borrell Miami 2024 | March 10-12
Our 2024 conference is themed, “Harnessing A.I.” and features the brightest leaders at the forefront of the Generative A.I. movement.
South Carolina Press Association Annual Meeting & Awards Presentation | March 14-15
Celebrate the Palmetto State’s commitment to outstanding journalism!
2024 New England Newspaper Convention | March 22-23
Conference includes virtual and live sessions.
Ohio News Media Association Awards & Fellowship Day | April 4
Event will include Hooper and Collegiate Award presentations
NAB Show | April 13-17
The countdown to NAB Show in April is on.
Niche Media Conference | April 17-19
The Niche Media Conference has 4 workshops + 4 tracks: Publisher Strategy, Ad Sales Training, Audience Growth and Tech Talks (Digital Revenue).
INMA World Congress of News Media | April 24-26
How news media transforms next in the emerging world of AI.
New York Press Association Spring Conference & Trade Show | April 26-27
Professional development at ridiculously low prices.
Media Financial Management Annual Conference | May 19-22
All sessions will qualify for CPE credits.
75th World News Media Congress 2024 | May 27-29
3 Days. 3 Conferences. Workshops. Study Tours. Awards. Unrivalled Networking.
RTDNA24: Milwaukee | June 12-14
A one-of-a-kind news-leadership retreat designed with you in mind.
Global Fact-Checking Summit | June 26-28
Registration is now open for the world’s largest fact-checking summit.
Alabama Press Association Summer Convention | June 27-29
Perdido Beach Resort, Orange Beach, AL
Mississippi Press 158th Annual Meeting | June 27-29
Registration will open in the spring.
Colorado Press Association Annual Convention | August 22-24
Insights in Action: Strategies to Amplify Revenue, Reach and Reporting
NCPA Annual Convention | Sept. 18-20
Save the date: Sept. 18-20
Washington Newspaper Publishers Annual Convention | Oct. 4-5
Olympia Hotel at Capitol Lake in Olympia, Washington
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Meta has announced that Facebook will no longer support its news tab in the U.S. and Australia starting in April — another indicator that the company is divesting from the news industry. 
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