#LION16

2016 LION Summit blog

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Guidebook: Get the LION conference app

Download the Guidebook conference app to help you keep track of which sessions you're planning to attend. The app, available for iOS and Android, lets you set up your own personalized schedule and notifications. Read more »

Even more #LION16 schedule details announced

We've announced even more details of the schedule of session for the 2016 LION Summit — featuring more than 3 dozen presentations and conversations over 3 days, with even more speakers and discussion leaders! Check out the details. Read more »

LION announces Code of Conduct

The Board of LION Publishers is pleased to announce the adoption of a Code of Conduct, recognizing the important values of respect and courtesy that have long been the foundation of our members' interactions: LION Publishers is committed to maintaining a safe, respectful, productive, inclusive, welcoming and harassment-free experience for everyone. Read more »

6 reasons you should be at LION's Chicago Summit

Yes, there's still time to register for the LION Summit in Chicago Sept. 29-Oct. 1, the only major, nationwide annual gathering of local independent online news publishers. And if it's not obvious why you should be there, here are just a few of the reasons. Read more »

More #LION16 schedule details announced

We've announced more details of the schedule of session for the 2016 LION Summit — featuring more than 3 dozen presentations and conversations over 3 days, with even more speakers and discussion leaders! Check out the details. Read more »

The deadline cometh: Catch the procrastinator's special on LION Summit tickets!

Sunday night was supposed to be the last chance to sign up for the 2016 LION Summit at early-bird registration rates. But because those of us on the LION Board of Directors are journalists just like you, and because we understand that even though reporters are are motivated by deadlines, sometimes they blow right past them, we're extending early-bird registration through Monday night. Read more »

Taking in the view

Boot Strapper, the intrepid mascot of LION Publishers, takes in the view from the conference site at Columbia College Chicago, looking out over Grant Park toward Lake Michigan. Read more »

Conference schedule sneak peek

We're still shifting around speaking slots for the 2016 LION Summit, working to be sure that we have each of our sessions appropriately scheduled, but here's a quick glance at just some of the speakers we have lined up: Read more »

The historic Ludington Building

The site of the 2016 LION Summit is the historic Ludington Building, the earliest steel-frame structure still standing in Chicago. The 1891 building was designed by architect William LeBaron Jenney, acknowledged as the "Father of the Skyscraper" due to his developing the fire-proofed metal skeleton-frame system of construction. The eight-story building was one of the first skycrapers entirely clad in terra-cotta. Read more »

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