We are excited to announce the latest groups and their organizers to join ONA Local, expanding the program’s reach both in the U.S. and worldwide. The new or rebooted groups … Read More.
Michigan State University and University of Georgia have been awarded prizes from the Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education in recognition of the work that both universities have done … Read More.
In the season two finale, we explore how the future has been part of ONA’s past and present. For 12 years, futurist Amy Webb has given one of the most … Read More.
In this video from the ONA19 video team, Naomi Schalit, Senior Editor at the Conversation US; Johanna Barr, Senior Politics at The New York Times; and Emily Swanson, Polling Editor … Read More.
Everyone’s path to journalism is different — and the internet and an increasingly diverse population have made those paths even more varied. J-school isn’t (and shouldn’t be) the only place … Read More.
Go under the hood with the ONA19 video team and learn about “Case Cleared,” a year-long, data-heavy collaborative investigation from Newsy, Reveal and ProPublica into inappropriately cleared rape cases and … Read More.
In our previous episode, ONA co-founder Rich Jaroslovsky talked about how the association’s name could use an update. It was a placeholder after all — one that stuck around for … Read More.
The origin story for the Online News Association starts in the most relatable way: two journalists complaining about their newspaper’s corporate owners and the dismissive way journalists writing for the … Read More.
ONA is celebrating 20 years of innovation and leadership in digital journalism. To honor this time, we’re releasing a special anniversary series of the ONA on Air podcast. The episodes, … Read More.
The 2019 ONA annual conference was one for the history books, with over 2,700 attendees descending upon New Orleans. From an amazing opening night reception to Amy Webb‘s final Tech … Read More.