Join the ONA13 brainstorm; jobs and other opportunities for journalists

By on April 2, 2013

Join the ONA13 brainstorm on Branch What do you want to see at ONA13? We’ll be opening the ONA13 Suggestion Box soon, which will allow anyone to submit a session idea, but before we do, we’d like you to help shape the direction of ONA13. Join the conversations we’re hosting on Branch now: What do you want to see at ONA13? and What is the most creative learning experience or presentation that you’ve seen lately? Over two dozen journalists have already weighed in. Deadline Approaching for Data Journalism Awards Applications are due April 5 for the Data Journalism Awards, administered by the The Global Editor’s Network, and recognizing outstanding work in the field of data journalism worldwide. Eight awards will be given in four categories, with 15,000€ in prize money. Submit your work. Innovation Uncensored ONA members, save $50 on registration for Fast Company’s signature Innovation Uncensored event April 23-24 at Terminal 5 in New York City, where you can meet today’s most creative and daring business leaders. Over two inspiring days you’ll hear from notables such as Jack Dorsey, chef Mario Batali, BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti, designer Diane von Furstenberg, Tumblr’s David Karp, and Susan Lyne of AOL, to name just a few. For ticketing and further info, visit http://ny.innovationuncensored.com/. Members, check the discounts page in the member center for the code. Jobs! You must be an ONA member to access the Job Board. Not a member? Join here. Some recently posted jobs include:
  • Digital Photo/Video Editor, Newsdays/Tristate Media Group
  • Digital Designer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Director, Social Content Development, Yahoo!
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