Last chance before price goes up for ONA12

By on July 30, 2012

The second phase of ONA12 registration ends tomorrow — July 31 — at midnight ET, so register now before the price goes up for the 2012 Online News Association Conference and Awards.

We’re taking over San Francisco Sept. 20-22, with three packed days of workshops, panel talks, and networking events, with keynotes from Dick Costolo, Emily Bell and Jose Antonio Vargas lined up.

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Check out the full schedule, the Thursday workshops, including the all-star legal minds on hand at the Law School for Digital Journalists, and some of the hot sessions.

Also on Thursday: The full-day Career Summit and Job Fair for those of you looking for new opportunities. Get great advice from leading didigtal journalists and technologists and meet potential employers from across the media industry. Both the Career Summit and Job Fair are free for students and only $25 for ONA members and $50 for non-members.

Need more incentives? The Midway at ONA12 will give you an opportunity to try out some of the newest tech to improve your digital reporting and introduce you to innovative journalism startups. There’s always a slew of side parties and ONA Local meetups around the conference, including the annual #socjourn and #wjchat meetup.

Register now to get the discounted rate and secure your chance to mingle with the most influential and innovative journalists working in digital media.


Jennifer Mizgata

Jennifer Mizgata is Director of Programs at the Online News Association, where she leads the Women's Leadership Accelerator. At ONA, Jennifer focuses on identifying talented digital journalists and innovative journalism projects and providing them with support. Jennifer is a business and design strategist with over a decade of experience creating industry-changing training programs, investing in award-winning projects, and managing key relationships with journalism partners and tech stakeholders. She regularly coaches managers, senior leaders and entrepreneurs on challenges related to their careers and launching new ventures. Jennifer shares advice for navigating tough work challenges in Work Space, a monthly column for Fortune.