NAA Seminar: Free vs. Paid, Tabloid vs. Broadsheet

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The Newspaper Association of America (NAA) hosted an estimated 160 executives from the United States at its "Free vs. Paid/Tabloid vs. Broadsheet" seminarSeptember 8 and 9 at the Dulles Hyatt in Herndon, Virginia, USA, outside of Washington D.C. The programme featured a two-day agenda of speakers presenting case studies of newspapers that are pioneering new approaches that challenge traditional dichotomies in newspaper circulation and production between free and paid, and broadsheet and tabloid.

The following seven presentation summaries recount these experiences and present new ideas that are changing the landscape of the modern newspaper industry.
By L. Carol Christopher
L. Carol Christopher is president of Christopher Communications in Berkeley, California, USA. She is also a senior correspondent for The Cole Papers and has been a frequent contributor to industry publications including The Seybold Report, NewsInc., The Quill, TechNews, and Presstime. She has also written a dissertation on the sociological aspects newsrooms and technology. She can be reached at
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08-09 September 2005


Herndon, United States