2022 Programming Schedule*

The MACMA's mission is to serve the community and all levels of audience development professionals by facilitating opportunities for education and networking, and by providing career development support. Our aim is to help you learn, grow and achieve your goals in this fast-changing media environment. As an organization, we strive to be forward-thinking, with a focus on emerging technologies, and to provide a forum for our members to engage, participate and share. Have an idea for programming? Contact [email protected].

Our programming series is just one way that the MACMA strives to deliver on its mission. We hope to see you at many of our upcoming events! Remember MACMA membership also qualifies you for discounts on MACMA partner events.

Upcoming Events 

MACMA Day 2022
Thursday, May 12, 2022 | Starting at 9:30AM | LIVE and virtual opportunities
Hilton Newark Airport Hotel

MACMA returns to in-person programming on May 12th at the Hilton Newark Airport. It's a reimagined look at MCMA Day which was a major high point of the programming calendar, each year before the pandemic. Join us for a day filled with network and insight from industry thought leaders from organizations including PWX Solutions, Business Travel News, Hearst, Digiday, Front Office Sports, and more. It's MACMA's triumphant return to being together in person and it's something you won't want to miss.

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How to Leverage NFTs for Subscriber Acquisition
Friday, June 10, 2022 | 12 PM ET | Virtual
NFT stands for nonfungible token. But what does this actually mean? And how can marketers use NFTs to add value to a premium subscription? Join Andrew Degenholtz, CEO and founder of eMagazines along with one of eMagazines publisher clients, will show examples and summarize success stories. All webinar participants will receive a unique collectible NFT.
 
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Other Events on the Horizon
  • September: "Subscription Boxes" (Virtual Panel Discussion)

 

 

MACMA Members Get Discounts at DMCNY Events* 

The MACMA is pleased to announce a relationship with the Direct Marketing Club of NY (DMCNY) where our members will get special pricing at DMCNY events throughout the year. Just use the code “MACMA” when registering. 

 

 


And MACMA Member Discounts to Red Tag Events...

Red Tag News Publications is a not-for-profit association of consumer and business magazines who have a common interest in improving the delivery of their publications in the mail.

Enjoy the May 2022 Red Tag Newsletter 
Postal Reform Is Official – Price Increase Right Behind It – More Electric Vehicles Ordered After All – Slowing Down First-Class Mail Packages – Helpful Hints With Label Carriers

 

And MACMA Member Passes to Future Greater New York Postal Customer Council Events...

The Postal Customer Council™ (PCC®) is a network of business mailers and representatives of the U.S. Postal Service®, who gather regularly to discuss and resolve local mailing issues. On both the national and local levels, Postal Customer Councils work to continually improve communication between the Postal Service™ and its customers. MACMA members to attend GNYPCC virtual events at no cost (we've picked up the tab).

 

 

For additional information about MACMA events, please email or call 888-859-8832.
For more information on DMCNY events, please visit DMCNY.org.
For more information on Red Tag events, please visit RedTag.org
For more information on PCC events, please visit gnypcc.org




*details are subject to change

 

 

  • December 3rd, 2021: Holiday Extravaganza (Virtual Quiz Show)
  • January 14th, 2022: "2022 & Beyond" What's Next w/ Jeff Litvack, Former Adweek/Brandweek CEO (Virtual)
  • February 25th: "What's Next with Paywalls" (Candid Conversation Series)
  • March 11th: "Audience Data Strategies" (Panel Discussion)
  • April 8th: "Retention & Engagement, The Hidden Connection" (Panel Discussion)
  • May 12th: MCMA Day! "The Power Pivot - Talks, Panels and Time with Industry Partners" (Live in Person)
  • June 10th: "Subscription Boxes" (Panel Discussion)
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