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Publishers’ Roundtable

Date

May 6, 2021

Location

Virtual

Contact

Matt Caylor

Phone

717-703-3040

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

PNA Publishers’ 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 leaders
  • Discover new content and revenue opportunities to launch at their organization
  • Share successes from across the state
  • Discuss difficulties facing the news media industry 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 6 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 6
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?

“I find the Publisher’s Round-table discussions to be very, very helpful and informative! I enjoy trading ideas and war stories with the other participating Publishers and Advertising Directors. We have fun AND get work done!”

Sherri Growden, Associate Publisher
Bedford Gazette

“The PNA Roundtables are a great way to hear some alternative answers and solutions to challenges we are all facing, especially in a time of limited or no conferences. They are definitely worth the time investment.”

Mike Joyce, Publisher
Republican-Herald

“It’s been my view that each newspaper has a unique set of challenges and opportunities that no other publication shares. However, there are also many shared challenges and experiences between all newspapers, regardless of size and market, that are great points of discussion and support. That’s what makes Publisher calls and discussions valuable to us.”

Curt Dreibelbis, Publisher
Perry County Times