In March, Influence & Co. was proud to help the Reynolds Journalism Institute and the University of Missouri host the first distribution symposium. The sold-out event brought together leaders within the publication industry to discuss concerns, questions, trends, and key insights that affect the state of the industry and explore their meaning for leaders and marketers. If you missed us last year, check out our recap of key lessons from the RJI symposium on our blog.
But enough about that. This upcoming symposium (which is only a week away!) is going to be just as amazing. The theme is “Revenue Models That Work,” so we’ll discuss the financial side of journalism, how the industry has traditionally focused on advertisers for cash flow, and how things are changing.
- Lauren Lawley Head, Success Magazine
- James daSilva, SmartBrief
- Kate Lee Butler, Associated Press
- Raju Narisetti, Gizmodo
- Don Marti, Mozilla
- Ken Doctor, Newsonomics
- Sue Cross, Institute for Nonprofit News
- Mark Babbitt, Switch and Shift
- Anisa Purbasari Horton, Fast Company
- and our CEO, John Hall
These experts will cover topics including new journalism revenue streams, nonprofit and membership models, emerging payment platforms, the value of niche publications, and why the contributor model is popular among publications and content creators alike.
If you’re interested in getting published online or you’re an editor or a journalist, you should definitely consider joining us on Oct. 12. Make sure you register before Oct. 6 for this free event. Hope to see you there!