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Today’s conference is taking place at the Forest of Arden Hotel in the West Midlands. The full programme for the day can be seen underneath the Twitter box.
09.40 Sport—is it worth it? Three editors show us why they believe it still is – even in this age when results and match reports are available instantaneously online.
Chair: Steve Dyson, former Editor, Birmingham Mail
Alastair Machray, Editor, Liverpool Echo
Mark Waldron, Editor, The News, Portsmouth
Jenny Eastwood, Editor, The Citizen
11.05 Innovation and New Skills: Alison Gow, Digital Innovation Editor, Trinity Mirror Regionals
12.00 Apprenticeships – are they for us? Plus a chance to hear and meet some apprentices and a special message from HRH The Duke of York.
14.00 New Law – New Opportunities: Tony Jaffa, Foot Anstey
14.45 The Future. The four main regional newspaper groups tell us what they are doing to meet the challenging times ahead.
Chair: David Helliwell, Editor/Deputy Publisher, Cumbrian Newspapers
Neil Benson, Editorial Director, Trinity Mirror Regionals
Neil White, Editor, Derby Telegraph
Jeremy Clifford, Editorial Director, Johnston Press Yorkshire
Ian Murray, President, Society of Editors and Editor-in-Chief, Southern Daily Echo
16.30 Seminar Ends