April 17-20, 2016 | Washington, DC
mediaXchange 2016 presentations (member login required)
Why you should be at mediaXchange 2016
A message from NAA president & CEO David Chavern
About mediaXchange 2016
mediaXchange is the largest annual gathering of newspaper and news media industry executives in North America, offering an exchange of information and ideas with programming and unprecedented networking opportunities that generate results.
Taking place April 17-20, 2016 at the new Marriott Marquis in Washington DC, the conference is designed to inspire and to provide valuable ideas and insights to help newspaper professionals grow audience and revenue for their print and digital products.
Register here!* (this event has passed)
The theme of the 2016 conference is “local” – the importance of newspapers in providing localized knowledge and information, engaging and improving the lives of their local communities. The Washington, DC conferences feature speeches from the top presidential candidates. In 2012, featured speakers included President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney.
Dress code: The dress code for mediaXchange 2016 is business casual.
mediaXchange 2016 Conference Mobile App: Registered attendees can download the app to navigate the conference venue, create your own personalized agenda, see who else is attending mediaXchange and easily find exhibitors of interest to you. We will also use the app to communicate important updates and changes to the program, so be sure to check the app regularly throughout the conference, and Opt-in to receive push notifications to ensure you receive the most up-to-the-minute information! The app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices and can be found in the app store by searching for “NAA mediaXchange.” Login required. Registered attendees should have received emailed instructions to download the app, along with your personal login information.
*Only NAA members are eligible to attend mediaXchange. If you are not a member of NAA and are interested in membership, please contact NAA Member Services.
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