Where's the opportunity? Trends that will impact newspapers going forward

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The economic disaster of 2020 impacted all media, with newspapers hit hardest. As the economy rebounds, how can newspapers position themselves for revenue gains in 2021? And as the next wave of technological change — 5G — disrupts broadcast competitors, what secret do newspapers possess that could equate to a tremendous advantage?

Gordon Borrell of Borrell Associates will lead an information-packed session at next month's PIVOT 2020 that will provide guidance for 2021 planning and strategies for your sales teams to follow.

This session alone would make registering for PIVOT more than worthwhile.  But, PIVOT offers lots more.  Download the full conference agenda (in your time zone): Eastern time, Central time, Mountain time, Pacific time

Register now for PIVOT 2020

PIVOT 2020 is a three-day virtual conference set for Oct. 6-8. Attendee registrations for members are priced at just $99; non-member rates are $199. Discounts also are available for multiple attendees from a given newspaper or from multiple papers across newspaper groups.

Gordon Borrell

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