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At The Herald-Times in Bloomington, Indiana, the outcome of introducing design thinking to its staff was not so much that they began thinking outside the box—but thinking about a box and what could … more
Borrell Associates’ Jim Brown, leaning on marketing statistics, and Pamplin Media’s Brian Monihan, relating real-life success stories, and The Blinder Group’s Mike Blinder, bringing his sales … more
The second annual Executive Voices conference exclusively for newspaper executives is now open for registration. Inland’s Executive Voices 2.0 builds on last year’s conference which featured … more
The final two parts of Inland’s Virtual Human Resources Management Conference tackle topics that HR professionals ponder—even obsess over—all of their working days: Assembling and … more
Mission One: Revenue drew newspaper industry leaders from around the United States—from Florida to Vermont and Pennsylvania to Texas—but four attendees took a rather longer route to meet at The … more
By Paul Camp Special to The Inlander Ideas, ideas and more ideas… that’s what participants in Mission One: Revenue came for: revenue ideas and that’s what they said the left with, ideas … more
Many participants of Mission One: Revenue said one of the best parts of the conference was hearing about the market-proven revenue generating ideas that worked for other papers. So in order to … more
The Audience Development & Circulation Management Conference--co-sponsored by Inland, Southern Newspaper Publishers Association and the Texas Press Association—is shaping up to be a must-attend for … more
For its 133rd Annual Meeting September 9 to 11, Inland is coming home to Chicago and reaching out to other industries to find success stories in innovation that can be emulated by newspapers. Two of … more
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