How newsrooms can better impact and influence the business of news

Lessons in leadership

Content economics

Digital reader engagement

Predict who is worth saving

Transforming newsroom cultures to lead, understand data, and engage readers

The increasing impact that newsrooms are having in delivering on business goals such as engagement and subscriptions is crystal clear in the work INMA is doing with its Newsroom Initiative.

In this Newsroom Leadership Master Class, we will marshal the brightest editorial and innovation minds in news media to elevate high-performance newsrooms: people and talent, applying content economics to editorial decisions, and how best to engage readers.

With a world-class faculty of global experts, this INMA master class will dive into solutions for some of the newsroom’s thorniest problems, like:

  • How to manage a newsroom in an economic downturn while continuing to professionally develop journalists, editors, and all personnel.
  • How to quantitatively understand the value of your news brand’s content, how to evaluate what content triggers what outcomes, and how to put processes in place to permanently evaluate.
  • What specific tactics drive reader engagement, ranging from thinking of journalism as a product to understanding what content generates responses such as converting casual readers into subscribers.


Coming soon ...

Curated by

Peter Bale

Peter Bale

Lead, Newsroom Initiative
International News Media Association (INMA)


Meeting and exceeding user expectations

Tools that promote trust promote engagement

Understanding what converts readers to subscribers

How to avoid a “counsel of despair” with climate change reporting

When reporting is urgent not activism

Managing a newsroom in a downturn

Tough decisions

Staff retention and development

Developing human capital in the newsroom

Superhuman journalists – what skills do they really need?

Protecting people and keeping them healthy


Tuesday, November 7

Module 1

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Thursday, November 9

Module 2

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Tuesday, 14

Module 3

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Thursday, November 16

Module 4

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What is included in registration?

Your registration includes the live presentation, the video recordings of the presentations, and the speaker’s presentation if they are willing to share.

What is the format?

Each module will be approximately 2.5 hours in duration. Each module will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. New York time (2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. GMT). Conducted in the Zoom ecosystem, you will have an opportunity to ask questions of all presenters.

What is the cost?

  • Members: US$595 for all four modules, inclusive of video recordings and presentations
  • Non-members: US$1,390, which includes one free year of INMA membership




Questions? Contact us

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Head of European Division
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Marni Drew

Head of North America Division
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Ana Gutierrez

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Doreen Mbaya

Head of Africa Division
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Events Manager
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Madhavi Sekhri

Head - South Asia Division
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