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Advice from our Summit speakers

Advice from our Summit speakers

For those who attended the CNPA Press Summit in Sonoma, Friday the 13th was a lucky day packed with solid, credible information from several highly regarded industry pros.

For you who’ve opened your CNPA Bulletin today, it’s a special April 24 treat, courtesy of our presenters:

Mike Blinder: “It’s Time for Us to Get Our Swagger Back!”

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Neil Chase: “Newsroom Leaders as Revenue Producers — NOT FAKE NEWS!”

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Chris Hendricks: “Connecting the Dots … Audience and Advertising-2”

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Panel: “Making Circulation Count”

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Lincoln Millstein: “A Playbook for Newspapers of the Future”

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Tom Rosenstiel: “Survey Says … Why People Really Subscribe … and How to Act on It”

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Summit attendees: That post-event survey we told you about last week? It’s been revised and will on the way to your email box this week; please watch for it — and complete it.

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