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The State of Local News Online: 2010 ediiton

Local
Location: Ballroom V Level: Novice

The latest research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project reports news consumption is at an all time high – and is becoming more “portable, personalized and participatory.” Nowhere is this more evident and exciting than in the local news arena where local politics, gossip, and community drive intense engagement. From emerging local news start-ups to innovations from big media companies, from VC investments to lucrative revenue models, Topix senior director of marketing Amy Dalton will provide an data-packed “state of the local state.”

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Amy Dalton

Topix

A marketing professional with more than 15 years of experience in media, Amy Dalton’s career spans book, newspaper, magazine, and Internet publishing. She came to Topix from Knight Ridder Digital, where she directed marketing and advertising efforts for the company’s 32 newspaper web sites and its national vertical properties, including CareerBuilder.com, Cars.com, Apartments.com, ShopLocal.com, and the Real Cities Network.
Previously, she managed public relations for PC World magazine and its web site PCWorld.com, and held several marketing and publicity roles at book publisher HarperSanFrancisco. A native Californian, Amy graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in American Studies.