Featured Events
Additional #NewsMedia Industry Events
75th World News Media Congress 2024 | May 27-29
3 Days. 3 Conferences. Workshops. Study Tours. Awards. Unrivalled Networking.
PMJA Conference | June 5-7
Health Journalism 2024 | June 6-9
The Association of Health Care Journalists will bring together hundreds of journalists across the U.S. in midtown New York City.
INN Days | June 11-12
Connect. Innovate. Transform nonprofit news.
RTDNA24: Milwaukee | June 12-14
A one-of-a-kind news-leadership retreat designed with you in mind.
2024 NNPA Annual National Convention | June 19-22
Empowering Black press, communities, families and voter turnout.
IRE 2024 | June 20-23
Hosted by IRE (Investigative Reporters and Editors) and National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting
Global Fact-Checking Summit | June 26-28
Registration is now open for the world’s largest fact-checking summit.
Alabama Press Association Summer Convention | June 27-29
Perdido Beach Resort, Orange Beach, AL
Mississippi Press 158th Annual Meeting | June 27-29
Registration will open in the spring.
NAHJ 40th Anniversary Conference & Expo | July 9-13
This conference offers nearly one week of extensive skills-building sessions.
2024 Association of Alternative Newsmedia Conference | July 10-12
CharlestAAN 2024 programming is designed to be both inspirational and immediately helpful to your team.
Indigenous Media Conference | July 25-27
All attendees will have on-demand access to programming on the IJA Conference Hub following the event.
NABJ Convention and Career Fair | July 31 - Aug. 4
#NABJ24 is the premier conference for journalism education, career development, networking and innovation.
Asian American Journalists Association National Convention | Aug. 7-11
We’re thrilled to unveil this year’s theme: Meeting the Moment
107th Annual AEJMC Conference | Aug. 8-11
Each day will be an opportunity to learn from colleagues and absorb knowledge about the industry.
SRCCON 2024 | Aug. 15-16
A peer-led conference from OpenNews for journalists who want to transform their work, their organizations and their communities.
Colorado Press Association Annual Convention | Aug. 22-24
Insights in Action: Strategies to Amplify Revenue, Reach and Reporting
Independent News Sustainability Summit | Sept. 5-7
Building the future of sustainable independent news businesses ...
JAWS Camp | Sept. 13-15
Journalism & Women Symposium: Bringing women journalists from different specialties, beats, demographics and geographies together to share with, learn from and empower each other.
NCPA Annual Convention | Sept. 18-20
Save the date: Sept. 18-20
Washington Newspaper Publishers Annual Convention | Oct. 4-5
Olympia Hotel at Capitol Lake in Olympia, Washington
LMA Fest 2024 | Sept. 23-25
Two tracks: C-level executives and digital sales managers
Radically Rural | Sept. 25-26
Small towns. Extraordinary impact!
Latest #NewsMedia Industry News
The Star Tribune Media Company, the largest news organization in the Midwest, is offering free one-year digital subscriptions to all graduating high school seniors across the state of Minnesota.
The Illinois legislature has approved measures that provide $25 million in tax credits over the next five years for local news organizations to hire and retain journalists, becoming the second large state in two months to try to bolster the ailing local news industry with tax incentives.
Leaders in journalist safety have unveiled a new suite of online resources designed to help better prepare newsrooms, journalists and educators for coverage of trauma, violence and disaster.  
iHeartMedia and its 870 stations in 151 markets was again number one in 2023 with $2.147 billion as compared to $2.258 billion in 2022 from 866 stations.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz has sold his entire stake in Disney, a person familiar with the matter tells CNBC.
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