Relive the 2018 INMA World Congress in Washington to get a flavour for INMA New York.
With demand for journalism that speaks truth to power at an all-time high, the 89 th Annual INMA World Congress of News Media returns to New York with a clear task: re-align news brands for the changed consumer appetite. Join INMA in a week of rejuvenation, discovery, and celebration of strategies, trends, and revenue models. Connect with the stars of news media in a conference, study tours, seminars, an awards dinner, and an exclusive Guggenheim introduction to Manhattan you’ll never forget.
the World's Best
In this two-day study tour, visit New York’s leading media companies for deep best-practice briefings.
15+ quick, rapid-fire case studies from leading media companies on how to grow audience, revenue, and brand.
Learn about the emerging role of journalism, differentiation vs. fake news, and regaining public trust.
Using data to tackle everyday business challenges with audience, advertising, and editorial is the summit’s focus.
Best practices to enhance print’s value in a multi-media company is the focus of this workshop.
The unveiling of the Global Media Awards will take place at a gala dinner in Times Square’s Edison Ballroom.
An intense two-day focus on strategy and trends from the world's top news media companies is the centerpiece of World Congress: the best keynotes, panels, interviews, with a twist of what makes New York the center of the media world.
The INMA World Congress attracts senior management from the leading news media companies in 40+ countries: CEOs, publishers, general managers, digital leaders, advertising executives, audience executives,marketing executives, editors, and researchers.
The INMA World Congress’ home in Manhattan remains The TimesCenter, designed by Renzo Piano and a part of The New York Times’ offices. Settle into this state-of-the-art venue for an intimate look at media’s cutting edge.
The opening reception of the INMA World Congress will be the world-famous Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on the Upper East Side. INMA will have exclusive and private access to the entire Guggenheim collection in this rare access to Frank Lloyd Wright’s “spiral that broke all the rules.”
A Times Square fixture since 1932, the illustrious Edison Ballroom has played host to famous bands and singers from Bob Dylan to Rod Stewart to David Bowie to Tony Bennett and musicals such as Oh! Calcutta! Today, the ballroom hosts events, celebrity birthdays, and is a popular venue for movies and TV shows.