Applications are now open for the 2020 Journalism 360 Challenge, seeking ideas to experiment with immersive storytelling techniques to advance the field of journalism. Winners will receive a share of … Read more.
We’re excited to feature a series of guides to producing immersive journalism, created by Journalism 360 ambassadors and thought leaders from the community with support from the John S. and … Read more.
Uncertain times underscore journalism’s essential role of delivering timely and reliable information. It’s especially important now for us to come together as a community to highlight journalism’s impact, both locally … Read more.
ONA CEO Irving Washington joined a panel of leaders from top professional journalism organizations on the April 8, 2020, in a webinar hosted by the Power Shift Project. Freedom Forum … Read more.
Navigating hiring freezes. Drawing lessons from previous crisis responses. Sharing strategies for journalism educators and managing learning outcomes from a distance. These are just three of the challenges we are … Read more.
Dear ONA Community, As the world grapples with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the safety and wellbeing of the ONA community is our top priority. This page includes the latest information … Read more.
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.