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We hope you are planning to come to the 2017 Key Executives Mega-Conference in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 23-25. Here are links to key information. more
We're glad you are planning to be part of the 2017 Key Executives Mega-Conference in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 23-25. READ MORE and register as a sponsor or exhibitor. more
An outstanding program has been announced for the 2017 Key Executives Mega-Conference, under the theme: "Innovation & Insight: The Business of Publishing News." You can't afford to miss this important industry event, which will run Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 23-25 in Orlando, Fla. more
The Key Executives Mega-Conference will be held at the Marriott Orlando World Center. Full details are available here about hotel accommodations. more
It has been brought to our attention that past Mega-Conference attendees have been receiving calls from a company representing themselves as part of the Mega-Conference housing and exhibit services department – in order to entice you to make your conference hotel reservation with them. PLEASE NOTE, we are NOT affiliated with this company, which is attempting to bypass the official housing booking procedure as outlined on this website. more
Reserve your exhibit space and sponsorships at the 2017 Key Executives Mega-Conference now. DOWNLOAD THIS BROCHURE TO BEGIN MAKING YOUR PLANS more
Join more than 700 media executives at 2017 Key Executives Mega-Conference as we explore new approaches, new solutions and new business models. The Mega-Conference will be held Feb. 23-25 in Orlando, Fla. In making travel plans, please note: The conference opens at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23 (with a pre-conference BONUS SESSION at 10 a.m. that morning). The conference adjourns at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25, followed by various user group meetings. more
Forsyth County News Publisher Vince Johnson says that when he came to the paper a couple of years ago, it had a rule about social media. Only one article was posted to Facebook each day, at 6 a.m. In his entry form for the Mega-Innovation competition, Johnson noted that rule officially died on Jan. 20, 2014. Since then, the paper has increased its social media following by more than 1,000 percent. That's just one example of how the Forsyth County News, described by Johnson as "wildly traditional" not so long ago, has changed. more
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