The do’s and don’ts of immersive content on a budget If a picture is worth a thousand words, immersive content is even more powerful in its ability to transform the … Read more.
Designing live journalism for digital and in-person audiences Parts of the world are cautiously reopening, so publishers have been debating the merits of in-person versus online versus “hybrid” events. At … Read more.
Pitch session ideas for ONA Insights Plans are under way for ONA’s return to in-person community events—ONA Insights, Oct. 14–15 in Philadelphia—and we want your input! ONA Insights will feature two … Read more.
Lessons for managing a hybrid newsroom As COVID-19 rates go down in parts of the world, employers are starting to ask workers to return to the office. The wrinkle in … Read more.
Revenue streams beyond the big three Once upon a time, everyone knew how journalism publications made money: memberships/paywalls, ads and events. The industry is changing quickly, which creates obstacles to … Read more.
Four ethics questions to guide augmented reality projects When the world locked down, people sought escape through technology. At the beginning of 2021, the Wall Street Journal reported that the … Read more.
In-depth, interactive and exciting, Forecasting Workshops with Amy Webb’s Future Today Institute bring the big, annual “Tech Trends” conference presentation to the scale of a more personal, small-group workshop. These … Read more.
The Online News Association (ONA) will host the next edition of the ONA Insights conference on Oct. 14-15 in Philadelphia. ONA Insights will feature two days of in-person programming to … Read more.
The A’s and B’s of asking the right questions A/B tests and surveys are extremely useful for collecting user feedback. Many newsrooms use A/B testing to gather data on headlines that … Read more.
Announcing internal promotions at ONA As ONA’s work continues to grow and evolve, we are excited to announce four staff promotions: Adam Nekola assumes the role of Director of Technology. … Read more.