By: Editorial Staff
The nation’s newspaper publishers will descend on the ‘City
by the Bay’ April 24-27 to examine a wide range of issues
WAYS TO IMPROVE newspaper content and bring in a steadier revenue stream will be emphasized throughout the sessions at the Newspaper Association of America
to be held at the Fairmont Hotel and the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco April 24-27.
The role of newspapers in the rapidly changing world of interactive communications is also on tap for some discussion as is ethnic diversity in newspapers, which will be the topic of a lengthy general session panel Wed-nesday.
First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is scheduled to speak April 25 at the Associated Press annual luncheon, which is held in conjunction with the convention.
During the conference, Donald Newhouse, president of Advance Publications Inc., will turn over the reins of NAA chairman to Charles Brumback, chairman and CEO of Tribune Co. of Chicago.