The 2007 Super Conference is an intensive look at the current state of the newspaper industry, and promises to be an enriching and engaging experience for attendees. Confirm your registration now to access the members’ earlybird rate of $465 (including the awards dinner)and guarantee that you have a place in Winnipeg. After Friday, April 6, the full conference registration price will increase to $585.
This yearÔÇÖs convention is jam-packed with exceptional speakers, networking opportunities, and the best programming line-up in years. The CCNA has partnered with the national associations representing daily newspapers and circulation managers. The whoÔÇÖs who of Canadian media will be there. If you attend one convention, this should be it.
Delegates at the convention will walk away knowing about the latest developments in the newspaper world. The program includes three streamsÔÇöeditorial, advertising, and circulationÔÇöcovering topics that can be applied at the smallest weekly or the biggest daily newspaper.
Registration pays for itself
We could all use some help coming up with ideas. ThatÔÇÖs why WeekliesÔÇÖ Toolbox is sponsoring a session featuring 50 ideas from the Newspaper Association of America (NAA) that you can try at your newspaper. You donÔÇÖt even need to take notes: everyone who attends the session will get a printed book containing 250 ideas from the NAA.
Use just a few of these ideas, and registering for the 2007 Super Conference might be the best investment you make all year.
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