As part of our effort to offer better benefits to ONA members, we’ll be experimenting, researching and partnering to bring you discounts on interesting resources, tools and opportunities. We’re delighted to announce our first, below.
Are you looking for a better tool to follow issues and collect material about topics that you’re passionate about? Our friends at Spundge are offering ONA members the chance to lock in the beta pricing for a PRO account for the rest of the year. Spundge is a tool to collect content, letting you search news, blogs and social media and organize your material by topic, event, date and more. Going PRO gives you the ability to publish, letting you seamlessly post from Spundge to social networks, blogs, CMS and newsletters. Spundge PRO is used by journalists at Digital First Media, Quartz, National Journal, the Vancouver Sun, and other news outlets.
- ONA members can sign up until March 31 for a 12-month subscription to Spundge PRO and lock in the beta price of $9 per month.
- ONA members who sign up after March 31 (or when the beta period ends) will receive a special discount rate of 15 percent for a 12-month subscription.
Log into the member center on journalists.org to get the code or become a member today and sign up for Spundge PRO. Spundge is also offering a free 30-day trial of the PRO service, so you can check it out with no strings attached. Just be sure to register before March 31 to receive the full ONA discount.
Join ONA and Spundge’s Craig Silverman on March 6 at 3 p.m. EST for a live demo and Q&A. RSVP here. Can’t make it? Email Craig at email@example.com with any questions or to set up a personal demo on Friday, March 15. Learn more about how to create content in Spundge with this awesome video.
Would you like to see changes in the media? Join thousands of journalists, students, policy experts, media makers and activists at the National Conference for Media Reform in Denver, April 5-7, a chance to network with others to change how the media works for the public.
- ONA members can get a 10 percent discount on registration until March 1.