INMA back with third transformation series

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Executives from the New York Times, SF Chronicle, Torstar and Gannett will be among those leading INMA's third Digital Transformation Master Class.

The series will consist of three, two-hour interactive webinars running from March to May.

"We will focus on helping publishers develop a successful strategy - regardless of market size or resources - through coordination among three core workplace components, Newsroom, Data and Product," says INMA's Katy King..

Among those leading the sessions are Tom Jolly (associate masthead editor at the New York Times), Tim O'Rourke (managing editor, digital of the San Francisco Chronicle), Anna Marie Menezes (vice president, consumer marketing at Torstar Corporation, Canada) and Nicole Dingess (senior director product design at Gannett).

Courses run from 1.00-3:00 pm New York time, on March 5, April 2, and May 21, with each session covering two topics.

Recordings of sessions will be made available to (but limited to) Master Class registrants who miss them. Click here for full details and to register a team

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