Run for the ONA Board of Directors We’re now accepting candidates for six seats open for election to the 2021-22 ONA Board of Directors. Participation is a unique opportunity for digital leaders to … Read more.
Greetings immersive storytellers, I am Robert Hernandez, your new Journalism 360 Program Manager, working alongside ONA Director of Programs Jennifer Mizgata and the Journalism 360 ambassadors. You may also know me as … Read more.
Product leadership in the newsroom Join us 12 p.m. ET, this Thursday, Sept. 3, for a deep-dive conversation on Women in Product, featuring: Charo Henríquez, Senior Editor, Digital Transition Strategy, The … Read more.
ONA20 swag is coming! We’ve designed T-shirts, tote bags and other ONA20 merch so you can rock your ONA community pride while tuning in to ONA20 Everywhere, Oct. 1-16. Purchases … Read more.
ONA20 Everywhere registration is now open! We’re excited to launch registration for ONA20 Everywhere, our global journalism innovation festival happening Oct. 1-16. As a thank-you for the community’s continuing support, … Read more.
How to keep your team motivated long-term We’re writing this newsletter from several months spent connecting from a distance, managing home responsibilities and navigating uncertainty. We asked some of our … Read more.
Apply for the 2020 Journalism 360 Challenge How might we experiment with immersive storytelling to advance the field of journalism? That’s the question this community has always asked itself. Now, … Read more.
SmartNews funding cash prizes for OJA winners We are pleased to announce that new support from SmartNews will award a total of $60,000 in cash prizes over three years for … Read more.
Announcing the 2020 Journalism 360 Challenge We’re excited to announce the 2020 Journalism 360 Challenge: an open call for early-stage projects that experiment with immersive storytelling and advance best practices in … Read more.
Why black journalists can’t just “shake it off” MJ Bear Fellow Lance Dixon has spent most of his journalism career in Miami, sometimes covering violence in the neighborhoods where he grew … Read more.