NYC16 | Sponsors

Interested in having a presence at CMA NYC20? Check out our sponsorship brochure below and see what packages and exhibit tables are available.

For information about sponsoring or if you’re ready to book now, contact Jim Anderson at

Vendor Sessions
Professionals and representatives of organizations can submit their session ideas for consideration. The content of these sessions cannot be promotional or exclusively highlight a product, service or book, but instead must focus on overall trends in the industry and content that is not self-serving. Presenters will be identified as a representative of their organization in promotional materials and schedule, but the presentation should not include any sale pitches, and the presenters should not wear promotional items, distribute promotional items, or otherwise overtly promote the business they represent.  The Programming Coordinator and Committee reserve the right to limit the number of sessions from any one organization or individual. If you would like to promote your business, you should select a Vendor Session (below).

If an organization or individual is seeking to promote a product, service, or book, they can select a Vendor Session during the sponsorship process. The Vendor Sessions will be labeled in the program book as Vendor Sessions. The presenters are welcome to wear promotional items, and do not need to follow the guidelines about limiting sales pitches.

Ready to sponsor NYC20? Click here to be taken to the payment page.

Thank You to Our 2020 Sponsors

Columbia Scholastic Press Association
Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism
Emerson College
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE)
Herff Jones Yearbooks
Hoag & Sons
The Kings College
Northwestern Medill
Philip Merrill College of Journalism
Quinnipiac University
Sound Exchange
Student Press Law Center
The Fund for American Studies
University of Alabama
University of Memphis