mediaXchange 2017

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  • 10.14.2016

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Join us in New Orleans!

April 30-May 3, 2017

New Orleans Marriott (in the French Quarter)
555 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA

mediaXchange is the largest annual gathering of news media industry executives in North America, offering an exchange of information and ideas with programming and unprecedented networking opportunities that generate results.

The conference is designed to inspire and to provide valuable ideas and insights to help news media industry professionals grow audience and revenue for their print and digital products.

 

THE FUTURES OF NEWS:

There are many ways news media are positioned to excel through technology and innovation, as well as providing high-quality journalism and engaging with local communities. These are the futures of news.

 

ALL-NEW FORMAT:

At mediaXchange 2017, we are introducing a brand new format that will allow members to gain the most from conference programming, dialing up interactive sessions; new products that deliver subscribers and/or revenue; and facilitating results-oriented networking.


KEY FOCUS AREAS:

Audience Development: Grow your subscriber base and expand digital audience
New Revenue: The world beyond print and digital display
New World of Platforms: What does your content distribution mean to your bottom line
Leadership and Culture: How to create a culture of innovation

 

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND mediaXchange 2017:

– Unparalleled networking opportunities with industry leaders.
– The latest research insights to help you improve audience and engagement and increase revenue.
– Private rooms for meetings between advertisers and newspaper representatives.
– Not to mention, Jazz Fest! mediaXchange will take place during the most renowned event for jazz lovers in the world! We may be there to swap industry knowledge, but we also plan to have a lot of fun!

 

REGISTRATION*

Registration is now open! Click here to register.

*News Media Alliance members only may attend mediaXchange.

 

Dress code: Business casual

 

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