Improve your love-hate relationship with Google. Find what, and whom, you are looking for faster! Stacie Chan, community manager for Google News in California, will join us to offer tips and tricks for journalists trying to get the most out of story-related searches, dispel common Google News myths and take your questions.
The workshop will be followed by a mixer and snacks. You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about ONA Sacramento.
On-street parking is plentiful.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Join Jeff Sonderman and Tom Rosenstiel of the American Press Institute to discuss — as well as get feedback and direction on — a culture-based strategy for creating innovation in news organizations.
Along with new tools for innovative journalism, and the knowledge of how to use them, news organizations need help with the underlying issues of transformation. A new API report, based on months of research into the opportunities and obstacles to innovation, explores a new way to do that.
With the support of a grant from the Knight Foundation, a team from the American Press Institute visited a variety of news organizations and conducted human-centered design research to better understand the human, cultural and institutional factors that either enable or stifle innovation. Separately and simultaneously, API also commissioned an in-depth report examining best practices and ideas from some of the most innovative news organizations and news leaders.
Let’s talk about what the reports reveal and share strategies for moving ahead. We look forward to seeing you at ONADC in July!
— Tiffany, Matt and Jessica
6:30 – 7:00 pm – Mix and mingle (your $5 entry fee includes beer/wine/soft drinks and light snacks)
7:00 pm – Program begins
WANT TO HELP?
Volunteer to work the door, photograph or blog the event by emailing Jessica Estepa (firstname.lastname@example.org). Volunteers receive complimentary entry even if the event sells out.
Have an idea for future ONADC topics, speakers and events? We are always looking for cool suggestions, as well as places to hold meetups. Let us know if you have thoughts about topics or if you want to host!
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ONADC is partnering with Startup Weekend DC for a fun and fabulous weekend.
Do you have an idea that will change the way media and content is created, delivered, distributed, consumed, measured or monetized? Do you want to work together with other entrepreneurs to get your concept off the ground?
Then Startup Weekend DC Media Edition is the place to be!
Advancements in technology, such as streaming audio and video, social networks, and mobile apps, have forced media companies of all types to create and deliver content in new, engaging ways and adapt to changing business models. Now you have the chance to make your mark on the industry.
Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or new to the startup world, Startup Weekend DC Media Edition is where you can pitch your idea, form a team, validate your concept, build your product, get valuable insight from mentors, and present your work to a panel of esteemed judges all in just 54 hours.
Come beat the summer heat and join all your Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook and IRL friends at ONA NYC’s summer social.
All local journalists are invited to join us in Dart Alley at Stout NYC’s 33rd Street location. We’ll be celebrating the end of the coldest winter ever, talking shop and networking. We can’t promise there won’t be selfie sticks, but we can promise it will be great fun.
Planning to attend? Follow @ONANYC for more details and use the hashtag #ONANYC when tweeting about our events.
One free drink ticket is included with admission. The bar also has food and beer specials that night.
Lauren is executive editor at The Coloradoan, a Gannet-owned outlet which takes a platform-specific approach to breaking news.
She will talk about how her award-winning team is embracing new technology within the newsroom, including using analytics to inform stories, and how other journalists can incorporate metrics into their work.
Robert is an associate professor at USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism in Los Angeles.
He is an ONA board member, a co-organizer of Hacks/Hackers LA and the co-founder of #wjchat, a weekly Twitter chat for journalists.
Robert will talk about emerging technology for journalists, including experiments in virtual reality storytelling.
Happy Hour at Syntax runs until 7pm and includes $1 off small plates and $2 off paninis (check out the delicious menu). If anyone wants to stick around after Hacks/Hackers, the venue is also hosting a Songwriters’ Open Mic Night from 8.30pm.
Are you interested in making your stories more dynamic, but not sure how to do it? This four hour workshop will explore basic workflows and techniques for using data to tell stories. We will also be using data to generate maps and charts that are dynamic and generated from real civic data provided in partnership with Pittsburgh OpenData, our Code for America brigade. We will also explore ways to take the visualizations created and place them online!
The software we will be using is Tableau Public, the free version of Tableau, one of the most popular data visualization packages in journalism. It works on both PCs and Macs, and is a free download at https://public.tableau.com/s/.
Bring your own laptop. No coding skills are required—basic computer literacy is all that’s needed.
We know that you all are busy individuals, so we are offering this workshop on two consecutive days. Note that the content of two days will be identical—no need to come to both!
Friday 9am to 1pm, Saturday 9am to 1pm
Earlier this spring, The Globe and Mail launched a radical redesign of its mobile apps. We chat with Matt Frehner, The Globe’s Senior Editor for Mobile & Interactive News, about the strategy behind the Globe’s app and how the newsroom has changed in order to serve its growing mobile audience.
I’ll show you mine if you show me yours… apps I mean.
We’re going to meet at the Denver Press Club on July 10 at 7 p.m. to network, share ideas and show off your favorite mobile journalism tools. Please bring at least one app or smartphone tool to show off and teach to the rest of us.
It’ll be like speed-dating for our phones.
Bring a few dollars for the bar and meet us there!