INMA will return to New York for its 2019 World Congress of News Media.
The 89th annual event is being held from May 13-17 at theTimesCenter.
The World Congress Week programme includes a study tour of Manhattan media leaders (May 13-14) and half-day seminars on media best practices, data analytics, print innovation, and the emerging role of journalism (May 15).
The main conference will emphasise growth strategies and trends in news media - how to grow audience, revenue, and brand in a disruptive environment - from May 16-17, with the Global Media Awards ceremony on the evening of May 17.
The TimesCenter, owned by the New York Times, will host the conference and accompanying trade show, preceded by a welcome reception at the Guggenheim Museum. The Edison Ballroom (pictured) in Times Square will be the venue for the awards dinner, with seminars held at Reuters' headquarters in Times Square.
Executive director and chief executive Earl Wilkinson promises "the best executive-level overview of strategies and trends and practical case studies among the world's top media companies".
Programming is put together by media peers for media peers, and not just a benchmarking exercise: "INMA World Congress in New York will set the agenda for media companies for 2019 and beyond," he says.
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