| NAA mediaXchange is the largest annual gathering of industry executives in North America, offering unprecedented networking opportunities that combine an exchange of information and ideas with programming designed to generate results. The conference is designed to provide valuable ideas and insights to help newspaper professionals grow audience and revenue for their print and digital products. Sessions highlight leading-edge thinking about media strategies, successes in product and revenue development, new ideas and innovation inside and outside the industry, and tactics and techniques to employ in print and digital.
NAA mediaXchange 2012 welcomes returning exhibitors and sponsors.
Exhibit Space selection for returning (2011) exhibitors, and Sponsorship selection for all is now underway for mediaXchange 2012, April 2-5, at the Marriott Wardman Park, Washington DC.
We are pleased to welcome back as Exhibitors and Sponsors:
Athlon Media (Ribbon Cutting)
Brainworks Software ("Footprints" and Directional Floor Markers)
CCI (Badge Lanyards)
The Media Audit (Dessert in The eXchange)
The primary contact at each 2011 exhibit/sponsoring company should have received full information to take advantage of priority selection. If you have any questions, please contact Kevin.McCourt@naa.org , 571-366-1055.
Follow the action at http://mediaxchange.naa.org/floor_map1.cfm , or follow via Twitter #NAAmXc
Oct 11 2011, 07:53 AM
About Kevin McCourt
Kevin McCourt is Vice President, Member Services and Events at Newspaper Association of America. He serves as a resource to newspaper and associate members, oversees mediaXchange.
Prior to his current position, he held positions at NAA including VP Associate Member Services, VP Advertising and Exhibition Sales, director, real estate and online classified advertising; and director of operations, RealFind USA, a for-profit real estate advertising aggregation program.
Prior to joining NAA, McCourt held positions of increasing responsibility at newspaper companies in circulation; marketing and new media; representing over 30 years experience in the newspaper media industry.