Featured Events

America's Newspapers Legislative Fly-In | March 8-9

To further our advocacy efforts, America’s Newspapers will host our annual legislative fly-in in Washington, D.C., March 8 and 9.

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. 

Additional #NewsMedia Industry Events
2023 Lenfest News Philanthropy Summit | Jan. 31-Feb. 1
The News Philanthropy Summit will be held over two days, is fully virtual and free to all.
CapCon2023 | Jan. 31 – Feb. 2 | Sacramento, California
CapCon2023 explores all-time lows in public confidence in mainstream media and what might be done to fix it.
Borrell Miami 2023 | March 5-7
We're headed back to Miami for #BorrellMiami2023, where hundreds of industry leaders will come together for the largest gathering of local advertising executives.
Mather Revenue Symposium | March 21-23
Industry leaders will share their outlook, innovations and best practices regarding the opportunities and challenges of the industry.
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!
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
“Violation” will examine the twists and turns around a 1980s homicide.
Florida’s Republican lawmakers hate the daily newspapers and for 25 years have sought to end laws requiring public notices in newspapers. Their answer: Let government control public notice. Ha!
An antitrust suit that challenges Google’s dominance of online advertising offers hope for the survival of the local free press. Justice moves slowly, however, and in the meantime, Congress should take steps to help local news survive.
An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., on Thursday found that Pittsburgh Post-Gazette management had bargained in bad faith since 2019 with the union representing newsroom employees.
The new rules will greatly limit the public release of lawmakers’ communications.
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Serving as a forum for personal and professional networking is a benefit of social media, but its global reach and popularity have resulted in the posting of information — often described as “news” — from less-than-transparent and unverifiable sources. To make it easier for the public to recognize trustworthy journalism, Reporters Without Borders created the Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI) in 2019.
Despite what many believe about printing, it is not a dying practice. The printing industry continues to experience growth in other areas, such as advertising. The Global Commercial Printing Market is projected to be worth $484.22 billion by 2027, a nearly 12% increase from 2021.
Nonprofit news collaborations deepen investigative work, amplify quality journalism and connect for-profit news organizations to new funding streams. Lisa Yanick Litwiller, director of audience at the Center for Public Integrity, said collaborations give journalists the resources for the deep work that drew many journalists to the industry in the first place.