Definition: An editorial conference is a meeting held regularly by the editor of an editorial office to discuss and choose - with department heads, section heads, journalists and editors - the content that will be published in the next publication of the medium. (newsletter, newspaper, magazine, website). The objective is to select the subjects, to determine the treatment (angle, format, support, etc.) and the delivery date. The production of the selected content is distributed among the participants. The frequency of editorial conferences varies according to the rate of publication of the medium (daily for a website, every month for a monthly, etc.).