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What now? Pivoting past 2020 to sustainable models

While 2020 has been a year like no other, there are steps every newspaper can be taking toward sustainability. During the opening day of PIVOT 2020, Leonard Woolsey, president and publisher of The Daily News in Galveston, Texas, and president of Southern Newspapers, will moderator four conversations surrounding topics that need to be on your radar.

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

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.

Gannett CEO to deliver keynote address at PIVOT 2020

One of the biggest names in the news industry today — Gannett's Mike Reed — has confirmed plans to deliver the opening keynote address at PIVOT 2020, the virtual conference of America's Newspapers.  Reed is scheduled to speak live on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 11 a.m. EDT, 10 a.m. CDT.

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Can We Be Friends? Building a Relationship Between Facebook and Local News
September 24 webinar: Without question, Facebook has had a significant impact on your local newspaper operations, subscriptions and relationship with your readers. In this session, we will dive into the current state of affairs, discuss what your audiences want and share insights on how you can leverage social platforms. Learn more and register
Digital Selling Skills for Sales Executives
September 30 webinar: The digital training world changes quickly.  Join America's Newspapers for a special four-part sales training program developed specifically for sales managers and their teams. Learn more and register
Leading Your Team Through Disruptive Change
October 15 webinar: How do leaders like you get the productive and creative best from employees during today’s unpredictable world of change? What is required of you? What insights and practices do you need to commit to? Learn more and register
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Cox Enterprises has appointed George Markley to assume the role of vice president of risk management. In this role, Markley will take responsibility for providing the strategic vision for the company’s insurance, safety and risk controls.
Brian Kelley, a 27-year veteran of The Roanoke (Virginia) Times, will become the newspaper’s editor later this month.