ONA Local’s Slack community recently hosted a virtual chat about bots for news, led by UT Austin’s Kelsey Whipple and Micah Peoples and Tegna’s Ian Hill. Hill shared key takeaways from the discussion. … Read more.
ONA St. Louis: Maps, mapping and skills to get started
ONA St. Louis held a night devoted to mapping skills, project and inspirations on May 12. ONA St. Louis Local Leader Kelly Moffitt gathered these takeaways from the discussion. One … Read more.
ONA Philly: Getting to know the Philadelphia Reentry Reporting Collaborative
This post was contributed by Jim MacMillan, the assistant director for external affairs at the Temple University School of Media and Communication Journalists from leading Philadelphia newsrooms gathered recently at … Read more.
ONA DFW: Digital Storytelling Workshop Recap
ONA and ONA DFW held a free, day-long digital storytelling workshop at Southern Methodist University on Feb. 25. SMU students Sara Ellington and Lisa Salinas compiled notes and highlights from the sessions. Nearly … Read more.
ONA Pittsburgh: Key tips for freelancing in the new media landscape
Video courtesy Point Park University Media Service Department ONA Pittsburgh and the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania held a conversation on tips and best practices for freelancers at Point Park University on Dec. 7. ONA … Read more.
ONA South Florida Digital Storytelling Workshop Recap
ONA and ONA South Florida held a free, day-long digital storytelling workshop at the University of Miami Nov. 12. ONA South Florida Local Leader Marian Liu compiled notes and highlights … Read more.
Call for Board Nominations
Online News Association opens call for 2015 Board of Director nominations The Online News Association is pleased to call for nominations for the six seats open for the 2015-16 Board … Read more.
First round of crowdsourcing adds depth to DIY ethics code project
Crowdsourcing for the ONA Build Your Own Ethics Code project has been underway since May. Our thanks to the dozens of journalists and educators who’ve offered us really thoughtful comments. … Read more.
Get ready for ONA's DIY Ethics Code, because one size does not fit all
Most journalists understand the importance of an ethics code. But in our fast-changing profession, not everyone agrees on exactly what the code should say. In an effort to bridge this … Read more.
Social newsgathering: Five key ethical challenges, Part II
Yesterday, we shared the mission of an ONA working group that aims to tackle the five key ethical challenges of social and digital newsgathering, starting with the first two, Verification … Read more.
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