Early deadline for INMA World Congress for News Media is today

By Dawn McMullan


Dallas, Texas, USA


The INMA World Congress of News Media — our first in person since 2019 — is a little more than three months away.

For this World Congress, our 93rd, we meet in New York May 22-26 to offer the industry a leadership playbook amid pandemic tailwinds and economic headwinds. Early registration details can be found here.

All media is tracking hot toward an impactful, all-digital universe. Yet we are distracted from that path by pandemic, recession, inflation, war, tech disruptions, press freedom assaults, and consumer fatigue.

That intersection … that tension is our “midnight moment.” We as an industry have to navigate through this, which is how we came up with the theme of this years World Congress.

How do we relentlessly keep our eye on where media is heading with all of today’s distractions? How do we turn those distractions into opportunities?

INMA New York aims to answer that across three important engagements:

  • Media conferenceJoin us at The TimesCenter as we explore growth paths, AI and ChatGPT, where tech points next, new power vs. old power, newsroom innovation, trust as a cornerstone, people and talent, organisational structures, diversifying revenue models, advertising in a reader-driven model, Gen Z, interactive formats, and the future of reader revenue.
  • Study tours: Across two separate study tours, we will visit the offices of The New York Times, News Corp, Gannett | USA Today Network, Advance Local, Reuters, Bloomberg, Salesforce, Hearst, Chartbeat, Semafor, Piano, The Arena Group, Google, and Parse.ly, among others.
  • Workshops: We will roll up our sleeves and break into five workshops that tackle the key subjects that occupy the INMA network these days: subscriptions, product, data, newsrooms, and advertising

Speakers include the former head of editorial Snapchat, Rachel Richardson; data scientist at The New York Times, Rohit Supekar; senior vice president of global news at CNN Digital, Rachel Smolkin; CEO of the South China Morning Post, Catherine So; and senior vice president/global head of product and design at Condé Nast, Katharine Bailey.

Attend INMA New York and walk away refreshed and inspired. Embrace the “midnight moment” (for all of its double entendres).

The agenda is ready for your review. Will we see you in New York?

About Dawn McMullan

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