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Panpa Bulletin : July 2006
New business in t 37th PANPA Annual Co Conrad Jupiters, Gold Coa SHOWCASING SOME OF THE INDUSTRIES New business in t Registrations are now open: Book before J Visit www.panpa2006.com to register no With over 80 speakers and less than 8 weeks to go, we promise you a great time for business! Do you want exposure to new newspaper techniques? Do you want the latest in successful applied technologies? Editorial. Marketing. Distribution. Technology. Readership. Photography -- it's all relevant to you. PLENARY Sessions r The year that was - Tony Gillies, Editor-in-Chief Australian Associated Press r Welcome to the conference - CEO PANPA, Michael Richards r Welcome to the Gold Coast - Bob Gordon Deputy-Editor Gold Coast Bulletin r State of the Industry Address - Robert Whitehead - President PANPA r Guest Speaker r How Fairfax is repositioning itself in the new media landscape - David Kirk CEO Fairfax r Challenging traditional beliefs to encourage a new period of innovation and growth in the newspaper industry - US speaker r X and Y - inside the generations dictating our future r The newspaper industry 10 years out - strategies for success in a changing environment MARKETING Sessions r Capitalising on our local strengths in a multimedia future r WAN presentation - update on what is happening at WAN and how new initiatives will help newspapers r Newspaper circulations: working with the hype and reality r Tools for the new media world - email marketing, podcasting and blogging – how do we successfully use these? Implications for companies - being part of the conversation, monitoring, and the changing game rules for businesses r Mining between the lines - New data from old r “Grandad, What's A Newspaper?”: The Next Media Revolution r Technology in the newsroom AND in the advertising department r Newspaper Marketing Association r Young reader initiatives: from some our nation’s and overseas, brightest stars r Good Ideas and great executions in marketing