Conference news
Posted: August 6, 2006 10:00 AM
ONA study to examine digital use among journalists and educators

The Online News Association asks you to take this quick survey, estimated to take about 10 minutes, that will allow your level of online involvement and use of technology to be compared to journalists of all levels of experience and from all media traditions, journalism educators and the general U.S. populace.

Data collected in this pilot study will be contrasted with recent results from the Pew Internet and American Life Project. The findings will be announced and discussed at the ONA’s annual conference, Oct. 6-7, at the Capital Hilton in Washington. This study is conducted by the ONA, with support from Pew and the USC Annenberg Center for the Digital Future. The study has been extended through Sept. 22.


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Seventh Annual Conference
and Awards Banquet

October 5-7, 2006
Capital Hilton
Washington, D.C.

Conference chair:
Jody Brannon, MSN.com
E-mail your questions or suggestions.

Next year: The 2007 ONA conference is scheduled for Oct. 17-19 in Toronto. The conference chair is Ju-Don Roberts, washingtonpost.com. E-mail your questions or suggestions.

Newsroom: The 2006 conference Web site was produced by the ONA student newsroom, which is supported by the Gannett Foundation and volunteers from media organizations and academia.

Volunteers: Countless volunteer hours went into planning this conference. Thanks to all who gave generously of their time and ideas.

ONA & Flickr: Did you take photos at the conference? Share them with your peers at the ONA Flickr Photo Pool. Upload your photos and see the images from last year.


Don't know the town very well? Consult our ONA visitors guide for journalists, courtesy of washingtonpost.com.

More useful links:

  • Capital Hilton
  • Directions to the hotel
  • Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Smithsonian
  • Metro map

    The 2006 Online News Association Conference is the premier conference for those who work in, or have an interest in, online media and news. The Online Journalism Awards Banquet honors the very best online journalism produced in the past year.

    The Online Journalism Awards have become the top awards in online journalism. Each year a distinguished panel of judges selects the very best work in nine different categories to be honored at the awards. The OJA Banquet is the event where the awards are presented, and the winners are honored for their efforts.