2018 New York Innovation Mission

November 12-14, 2018

Join your peers in New York City for the consummate Digital Subscriptions / Consumer Revenue Innovation Mission! This trip is tailor-built for media leaders who are building subscription businesses and diversifying their revenue with consumers. Jump-start your transformation with LMA’s most focused Innovation Mission ever!

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Confirmed Visits Include:

 

Wall Street Journal

The venerable WSJ has been a leader and industry pioneer in digital subscriptions for years. In this signature visit, learn how the Journal continues to innovate, including introducing “propensity modeling” to pinpoint likely customers, plus its strategies for growing potential subscribers at both the top and middle of the funnel.

GateHouse Media

GateHouse is making a big bet on digital subscriptions as a cornerstone of its future revenue growth. In fact, it’s gone as far as building a dedicated consumer marketing agency. Spearheading the charge are industry leaders Denise Warren and Jeff Moriarty, who will lift the hood on the company’s strategy for success across its local newspaper markets.

The Street

The Street is also investing heavily in a consumer revenue model, with a variety of stock-trading subscriptions and newsletters focused on financial services. Learn how subscription models can succeed in specific content verticals.

Spirited Media

Membership programs are a big part of Spirited Media’s diversified revenue future, with models launching in each of its markets earlier this year. Founder and CEO Jim Brady takes attendees inside the strategy, with an update on how the membership model is working.

The Membership Puzzle Project

Want to learn about the many membership models being deployed by media companies, and hear about best practices for launching and scaling? The Membership Puzzle Project at NYU has been leading important industry research in this emerging area for two years and will share its latest findings.

Scroll

Former Chartbeat founder Tony Haile is building a new experience that gives consumers paid access to an ad-free version of a wide network of publishers, with the revenue shared with participating media. Gannett, Slate, Business Insider and others are testing Scroll. Learn how it works and the new revenue opportunity it provides for local media.

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“You will be outside your regular peer group, with exposure to people and ideas in an immersive environment that you can’t often find elsewhere. The information shared, relationships developed, and ideas generated will offer opportunities that can be pursued for months. You can’t replicate the experience in the office or at a conference. It’s uniquely valuable.”
Bob Woodward, Vice President, Strategic Planning and Business Development, Woodward Communications

The 2018 New York IM takes place November 12 through November 14, and the cost is $2,695. This includes hotel rooms, all meals, and ground transportation in between visits. Attendees are only responsible for their airfare to and from New York City and transportation to and from the airport. Registrations are taken on a first come, first served basis. The IM is limited to only 15 participants and will sell out quickly.

 

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