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Where INMA Fits

The global news media industry today consists of 6,500+ daily newspapers, 200,000 magazines, and countless digital news outlets. They use nearly 500 associations to lobby governments, support press freedom, promote their brands to advertising communities, and coordinate group purchases.

Amid that universe of associations, INMA is the only global community dedicated to crowdsourcing ideas to grow the audience and revenue of news media companies.

In a time of rapid change, it is impossible to find all the right answers yourself. Through INMA I get to know media executives from all over the world. It all adds up to an invaluable network of people I can phone, visit, or e-mail to discuss topics or seek advice.

Espen Egil Hansen, CEO and Editor-in-Chief

Espen Egil Hansen, CEO and Editor-in-Chief
Aftenposten, Norway

As a media lover, I believe in the future. INMA is a great privilege to me because I get inspired by the best and share ideas with friends. These ideas let me shake creativity at home.

Martha Ortiz, Editor

Martha Ortiz, Editor
El Colombiano, Colombia

INMA is important to me as it’s a diverse, international media community that provides a rich, vital and vibrant source of ideas. The exchanges that INMA facilitates are always important but even more so now, given the extraordinary pace of change in media consumption habits.

Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President, International

Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President, International
The New York Times

INMA has a unique position with its quick turnarounds and up-to-the-minute reports on key factors that affect us as an industry, who we can learn from, and how we can share our experiences.

Trude B-J Margel, Commercial Director

Trude B-J Margel, Commercial Director
Itera AS, Norway

INMA is a living repository of lessons that provide us advice for the future. It is an organisation that shows the swift changes we need to make in order to survive.

Chang-hee Park, Chief Operating Officer

Chang-hee Park, Chief Operating Officer
Joong-Ang Ilbo, South Korea

INMA is important to me because it gives me access to the most innovative, up-to-date ideas in the news publishing business. Many of these ideas are basis for us to consider how we can change our company to meet the challenges of publishing in the digital era.

Jim Moroney, CEO

Jim Moroney, CEO
The Dallas Morning News, United States

INMA has helped make us more externally focused. It has allowed us to continuously keep track of the latest around the world, as well as to challenge ourselves to benchmark with the best. There is no other industry association that picks up the most relevant business model and brand issues.

Rajiv Verma, CEO

Rajiv Verma, CEO
HT Media, India

INMA is important to me to give in-depth perspective of diverse print and digital news media across the globe. It prepares me to guide my company as the scenario changes in my country.

Sanjay Gupta, CEO and Editor-in-Chief

Sanjay Gupta, CEO and Editor-in-Chief
Dainik Jagran, India

INMA is different from other associations because of the value delivered to members, the quality of programming, daily blogs focused on what’s going on now, robust thought leadership, and a membership base that serves up endless networking opportunities.

Susie Gray, Publisher

Susie Gray, Publisher
Austin American-Statesman, United States

I can’t count the number of times over the years I’ve turned to INMA when tackling a strategic challenge or opportunity. Even in a big company, our thinking can get insular. It’s really refreshing and valuable to network with others who have proven ideas and who are tackling the same opportunities.

Michelle Krans, Senior Vice President/Strategy and Development

Michelle Krans, Senior Vice President/Strategy and Development
Gannett, United States

What Our Community Contributes

INMA is an indispensable community resource for news media companies seeking to empower their strategy, revenue, audience, and brand executives with:

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Global best practices

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Benchmarks

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Peer connections

INMA is a catalyst for new ideas and fresh leadership among news media companies hungry for knowledge and change.

Today, the vibrant INMA community consists of 7,500+ executives at 600+ news media companies in 60+ countries, constantly and transparently contributing to knowledge creation via:

  • Board and committee discussions that prioritise and lead
  • Case studies that inspire and guide
  • Blogs that challenge and compel
  • Conferences that push us outside our comfort zones
  • Awards competitions that raise the bar for excellence
  • Reports that clarify and benchmark
  • Discussion forums that provide immediate answers
  • Social media that keeps us in the loop in real-time
  • Interviews with decision-makers that force us to aspire
  • Webinars that remind us of the big issues facing media companies

INMA is important to me as it’s a diverse, international media community that provides a rich, vital and vibrant source of ideas. The exchanges that INMA facilitates are always important but even more so now, given the extraordinary pace of change in media consumption habits.

Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President, International

Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President, International
The New York Times

INMA is different from other associations because of the value delivered to members, the quality of programming, daily blogs focused on what’s going on now, robust thought leadership, and a membership base that serves up endless networking opportunities.

Susie Gray, Publisher

Susie Gray, Publisher
Austin American-Statesman, United States

I can’t count the number of times over the years I’ve turned to INMA when tackling a strategic challenge or opportunity. Even in a big company, our thinking can get insular. It’s really refreshing and valuable to network with others who have proven ideas and who are tackling the same opportunities.

Michelle Krans, Senior Vice President/Strategy and Development

Michelle Krans, Senior Vice President/Strategy and Development
Gannett, United States

INMA is important to me to give in-depth perspective of diverse print and digital news media across the globe. It prepares me to guide my company as the scenario changes in my country.

Sanjay Gupta, CEO and Editor-in-Chief

Sanjay Gupta, CEO and Editor-in-Chief
Dainik Jagran, India

INMA is a living repository of lessons that provide us advice for the future. It is an organisation that shows the swift changes we need to make in order to survive.

Chang-hee Park, Chief Operating Officer

Chang-hee Park, Chief Operating Officer
Joong-Ang Ilbo, South Korea

INMA is important to me because it gives me access to the most innovative, up-to-date ideas in the news publishing business. Many of these ideas are basis for us to consider how we can change our company to meet the challenges of publishing in the digital era.

Jim Moroney, CEO

Jim Moroney, CEO
The Dallas Morning News, United States

INMA has helped make us more externally focused. It has allowed us to continuously keep track of the latest around the world, as well as to challenge ourselves to benchmark with the best. There is no other industry association that picks up the most relevant business model and brand issues.

Rajiv Verma, CEO

Rajiv Verma, CEO
HT Media, India

In a time of rapid change, it is impossible to find all the right answers yourself. Through INMA I get to know media executives from all over the world. It all adds up to an invaluable network of people I can phone, visit, or e-mail to discuss topics or seek advice.

Espen Egil Hansen, CEO and Editor-in-Chief

Espen Egil Hansen, CEO and Editor-in-Chief
Aftenposten, Norway

As a media lover, I believe in the future. INMA is a great privilege to me because I get inspired by the best and share ideas with friends. These ideas let me shake creativity at home.

Martha Ortiz, Editor

Martha Ortiz, Editor
El Colombiano, Colombia

INMA has a unique position with its quick turnarounds and up-to-the-minute reports on key factors that affect us as an industry, who we can learn from, and how we can share our experiences.

Trude B-J Margel, Commercial Director

Trude B-J Margel, Commercial Director
Itera AS, Norway

Make INMA Central to You

Companies that collaborate succeed more often than companies that go it alone. That is true in normal times, and it is true in the exponential times in which we operate today.

Give your company and your employees the collaborative tools of a powerful ideas association like INMA.

INMA membership will connect you to the right ideas from the right people at the right companies in the right places of a fast-changing media landscape.

Don’t settle for the comfort of second-best. Try something different today. Make INMA central to your road map.