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Panpa Bulletin : August September 2007
20 PANPA Bulletin August-September 2007 Online PANPA conference presentations a winner By Chris Pash Having conference presentations available online was a clear winner for delegates to the 2007 PANPA conference in Melbourne. As at of the end of August, there were 1200 page downloads, or views of specific documents at the dowload site www.factiva. com/panpa . The most popular pages were, unsurpris- ingly, the list of Newspaper of the Year win- ners and the keynote address, Building the Multi-Media Newspaper Company, by News Ltd Chairman and CEO John Hartigan. A study on the Newspaper of the Future by students from Charles Sturt University was the third-most-viewed presentation on the page run. And at least 10 of the conference's other presentations drew a couple of dozen view- ers each on the PANPA page. visitors per day and more than 60 page views per day during August. Both numbers peaked on the day after the conference, but remained strong as participants and their weeks after the conference ended. The download page was run for PANPA by Dow Jones. ,q gp g news Conference media coverage roundup By Chris Pash Media coverage of the 2007 PANPA Conference concentrated on the online world and digital issues. The Newspaper of the Year Awards attracted around 13 per cent of coverage and the keynote address by John Hartigan, chairman and CEO of News Limited, around 11 per cent. John Brumby, premier of Victoria, received around seven per cent and Mark Scott, head of the ABC and the Editor's Dinner guest speaker, around 6%.