Fresh off the heels of our New York World Congress of News Media last week, INMA is already making big plans for 2020. This time, in Paris.
The news media industry’s premier experience will include a media conference, five seminars, a study tour, and more. More than 500 delegates from 50+ countries are expected to attend this second-ever World Congress held by INMA in Paris, April 23-28.
Highlights of the 2020 World Congress include:
- Congress venue: Palais Brongniart, a 19th-century stock exchange re-imagined as a conference facility in the Vivienne district of Paris, where the media conference and seminars will be held.
- Opening reception: The Louvre, the world’s foremost museum, where INMA will have an exclusive viewing of famous works such as the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.
- Closing awards dinner: Opera Ballroom of the Intercontinental – Le Grand, an historical landmark from the Napoleon III era, where INMA will hold its Global Media Awards dinner.
The Paris announcement was made at the INMA World Congress in New York’s TimesCenter. The Paris 2020 Web site was unveiled in New York: www.inma.org/worldcongress.
The INMA World Congress is considered the news industry’s best executive overview of trends, strategies, and best practices among the world’s top media companies. The Congress attracts top executives from the world’s leading news media companies.
In addition to a media conference focused on broad themes related to strategic direction with impactful keynotes and informative panels, the week includes seminars on smart use of data analytics, global best practices, advertising, editorial, and print innovation.