Caroline Little, President and CEO of the Newspaper Association of America, will be the headline luncheon speaker at the 2013 Ohio Newspaper Association convention, which runs from Feb. 13 to 14 in Columbus.
Little joined the NAA in 2011. Prior to that she served as CEO, North America of Guardian News and Media Ltd., where she oversaw all U.S. operations, including the digital news media properties guardian.co.uk and ContentNext Media Inc. (operators of paidContent.org) from 2008 to 2011. She has also served as publisher and CEO of Washington Post Newsweek Interactive (WPNI). During her last four years there she lead the division to its first year of profitability and playing a key role in integrating WPNI with other units of The Washington Post Company.
Little joins a number of headliners for the convention, including Phillip J. Castellini, chief operating officer for the Reds; Paul Dolan, chairman and chief executive office of the Cleveland Indians; and Ken Doctor, the president of Newsonomics and one of the industry’s keenest commenters and observers.
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