The INMA Outlook 2010 conference has just ended. For 2 days Forum4Editors has been keeping its readers busy with live reports from the conference. Read this summary for better understanding and easier navigation throughout the articles. Read more
Olivier Bonsart was awarded the Golden Tie, the INMA Europe top honor, at the association’s conference in Liverpool on October 22, 2009.
INMA/OPA newsmedia conference in Liverpool ended. Read summaries of presentations, watch video interviews at http://www.forum4editors.com
Poland’s Kraków is an authentic mediaeval city great for tourists, business travelers, gourmet and night-life lovers. It is also the Host City of the INMA European Conference in 2010.
The opportunity for newsmedia companies today is to accelerate cultural change before the economic rebound begins. This rebound is only months away, so the clock is ticking. In this closing presentation of INMA/OPA Outlook 2010 conference, Earl J. Wilkinson, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of INMA, talked about the health of the newspaper post-recession, emerging business models, the fast-evolving value of content in various media platforms, and how newsmedia companies must prepare for the post-2011 revolutions ahead. Read more
When circulation and advertising revenues go down, editors cannot hide behind their wall. What you could and should expect from your newsroom to respond to the rapid change in readers’ and advertisers’ needs? Grzegorz Piechota, Vice President, INMA Europe, and Specials Projects Editor in Agora (Poland) gave some ideas and examples from the best read daily newspaper in Poland (in both print and online). Read more
What to expect from the news industry in the next three years was the focus of the presentation of Lauren Rich Fine, drawing on her experience as a former Merrill Lynch analyst looking at transformational change in the news and financial services industries. Read more
During the INMA Outlook 2010 conference, Matthew Mc Gregor, the director of the Blue State Digital – the company who helped powered the Obama Online campaign (as well as campaigns in Sweden, France, the United Kingdom) talked about how his experience can relate to newspapers in their efforts to grow audience and advertising.
Steve Nilan, Vice President of Digital Technology International, talks about challenges for publishers in 2010:
Wojtek Mijakowski, managing director of QuadWinkowski UK Ltd., talks about challenges for publishers in 2010: