By: E&P Staff
New research on the impact of teen newspaper content will be unveiled during the Newspaper Association of America Foundation?s 2006 Young Reader Conference on July 24.
?The study will provide newspapers with critical information about the effectiveness of their youth content, and it is appropriate that it will be presented to those on the front lines of developing the next generation of newspaper readers and professionals,? said Margaret Vassilikos, senior vice president and treasure of the NAA Foundation, in a statement.
The St. Louis confab scheduled for July 22 through July 26 will play host to those involved in Newspapers in Education and Youth Editorial Alliance.
Several sessions are planned around youth content including a presentation given by Boisfeuillet Jones Jr., NAA Chairman and The Washington Post Publisher on the future of newspapers.
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