When the ONA Board and staff met in January, we kept coming back to two themes — growth and optimism. As digital journalists and media veterans, we know how quickly … Read more.
How can journalists make their work more secure? Over 40 journalists, academics and security experts came together in Washington D.C. on Aug. 23 to discuss current digital security challenges and … Read more.
The Online News Association hosted a free design camp, or “dCamp,” at the University of Chapel Hill on Feb. 8, bringing together more than 50 journalists, designers, developers, academics and students to … Read more.
The Online News Association, the world’s largest membership organization of digital journalists, held its first all-day workshop on design thinking at The Washington Post on May 11, 2013. Twelve leaders from the … Read more.
The Online News Association today announced it is joining the Sunshine in Government Initiative, a coalition of media groups committed to promoting policies to make the government accessible, accountable and … Read more.
Founding ONA board member Mary Jane “MJ” Bear passed away on December 17, 2010, in Seattle, Wash., after courageously battling leukemia for seven months. She led an interesting and dynamic … Read more.