Gli iscritti italiani dell’ONA (Online News Association) continuano la serie di appuntamenti formativi e divulgativi all’interno degli eventi legati al giornalismo. Dopo il Festival internazionale di Perugia, il 19 e 20 settembre ONA Italia sarà presente a Prato per Digit, la prima e unica manifestazione nazionale interamente dedicata al giornalismo digitale e online.
Gli appuntamenti con al tavolo dei relatori alcuni iscritti italiani di ONA inizieranno venerdì 19 settembre alle 10 con il panel dal titolo: “Indagine dell’Ordine dei Giornalisti sul giornalismo digitale in Italia, anticipazioni, provocazioni, considerazioni e una proposta concreta“
con Mario Tedeschini Lalli.
Sul fronte della formazione, i workshop targati ONA Italians saranno:
19 settembre, ore 9 – 10 Il 141 Tour diventa 141 Expo. Live-blogging&Convergenze digitali per l’Expo di Milano
di Marco Giovannelli
19 settembre, ore 10.20 – 11.20 Mapping for Journalists, le mappe dinamiche
di Danilo Fastelli e Marianna Bruschi
19 settembre, ore 11.40 – 12.40
Tools per curation
di Carlo Felice Dalla Pasqua
19 settembre, ore 12.50 – 13.50
Nuovi strumenti per la redazione digitale, i 10 top tool del Tirreno
di Danilo Fastelli
20 settembre, ore 15.20 – 16.20
WhatsApp: un nuovo strumento in redazione per diffondere notizie iperlocali e per coinvolgere le comunità
di Alessandro Cappai
20 settembre ore 16.40 – 17.40
Piattaforme video: potenzialità e strumentalità multimediali
di Rosa Maria Di Natale
Student are welcome to come in and work on journalism assignments, ask for help with software and provide peer edits and reviews of stories they’re working on. ONA at Mizzou’s executive board and Amy Simons, the faculty mentor, will be there to help facilitate discussion and assist students.
Do your cop calls. Write your web text. Take photos. Film your teases. Make deadlines.
With all the demands faced by modern journalists, how can they find the time to be active on social media?
In an effort to answer that question, ONA Sacramento has assembled a panel of four journalists and social media stars for a free discussion at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26 in the Sacramento Bee’s third-floor conference room. The panelists will talk about how they got involved in social media, their social strategies and what they do to fit social into their day.
We know it’s been a while, but we’re ready and excited for our next meet-up event!
Victor Hernandez, News Futurist with CNN Worldwide, will be joining us for a conversation about the current and future role of technology in the news cycle.
With the rise of citizen journalists, bloggers, social media and new media, technology has created a space for just about anyone to contribute to the creation of news – and at a much faster pace. Some argue it’s become the great equalizer for available resources in the arena of news.
But do the growing trends of “click-bait” and the sensationalization of headlines encouraged by technology threaten the quality of journalism?
In this role, Hernandez is charged with shaping critical vision and strategies around emerging technologies against CNN’s journalistic objectives and opportunities, giving him a unique perspective on the subject.
We’re also inviting the SD Bloggers MeetUp Group and journalists from around San Diego for a lively dialogue including a variety of perspectives and experiences.
Our goal is to create a space for San Diego journalists, bloggers, social media professionals, and anyone interested in journalism to come together and discuss these issues – and of course to meet new people!
Join us on Wednesday August 6th at Co-Merge Work Space (downtown) to join the conversation.
Trove welcomes ONA members to hear what it takes to move from a traditional newsroom to a tech startup environment.
If you aren’t familiar with Trove, we aggregate news from thousands of sources, allowing readers to create customized news streams on any topic.
In addition the reader-curated “Troves”, readers can also follow verticals curated by a team of editors.
Trove editors bring a wealth of journalism experience in both traditional and digital newsrooms. They will be there to answer your questions about what it is like to work at a tech company and the skills you need.
Trove’s director of engineering can also answer any questions about technical skills journalists should learn.