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Editors’ Roundtable

Date

May 5, 2021

Location

Virtual

Contact

Matt Caylor

Phone

717-703-3040

Join the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association for the next editors’ roundtable.

PNA Editors’ Roundtables offer an excellent opportunity for news media leadership to come together virtually and discuss the issues facing their organizations in a casual setting.  Each meeting offers attendees the opportunity to:

  • Network with other Pennsylvania news media editorial leaders
  • Discover new content opportunities to launch at their organization
  • Share successes from across the state
  • Discuss difficulties facing editorial teams and potential solutions

Each session runs from 1 to 1.5 hours.  Attendees will join the roundtable through a GoToMeeting link provided by the PNA.

Join us for our next session on May 5 at 1:00 pm.

PNA members can register at no cost by completing the form below.

If you have questions about the roundtable or would like assistance with registering, please email events@panewsmedia.org.

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Details

Date:
May 5
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
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Venue

Virtual

Organizer

Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association
Phone:
717-703-3000
Email:
Events@PA-News.org
Website:
www.PANewsMedia.org

Why should you attend?

“Small newsrooms such as the Gettysburg Times are constantly reacting, especially in these challenging times with even smaller staffs. Participating in the editors’ roundtable gave me the chance to reflect on the work we have done, learn from colleagues around the state and take the lessons to better serve our readers.”

Alex J. Hayes, Managing Editor
Gettysburg Times

“The occasion to share with other editors thoughts, concerns and suggestions for solutions was a welcome opportunity at a time when interaction with other journalists is limited. We live and work in many different parts of the state but our challenges are similar.”

Joe Butkiewicz, Managing Editor
The Times-Tribune, Scranton