As ONA's Chief Knowledge Officer, Trevor works to coordinate information sharing internally, oversees learning for all ONA programs, as well as registration and logistics for events.
On Wednesday, Oct. 21 we welcomed this year’s incredible candidate slate to serve on the ONA Board of Directors in 2021-22. This candidate forum is a chance to hear from … Read more.
We’re thrilled to open registration for ONA20 Everywhere, our virtual journalism innovation festival happening Oct. 1-16. We’ve designed ONA20 from the ground-up to be a digital experience — which means … Read more.
Let’s not bury the lede: We’ll be hosting ONA20 fully virtual, rather than in-person. By now, many other major events in 2020 have made this move, so hopefully this won’t … Read more.
Given the upheaval caused by the CONVID-19 pandemic, I’ve started every call for the past several weeks with a pointed, “How are you? Really?” I’ve received refreshingly candid answers from … Read more.
Like many news organizations, ONA staff will be working from home the next few weeks. One unique thing about working at ONA is that we usually have a hybrid telecommuting … Read more.
WASHINGTON — The Online News Association (ONA) today unveiled the finalists for the 2019 Online Journalism Awards (OJAs). Winners will be announced on Sept. 14 at the 2019 Online News … Read more.
We’re excited to announce 16 fellows as part of the ONA Journalism Mentorship Collaborative, an open network of newsrooms committed to diversifying their organizations through mentorship programs. More than 100 … Read more.
We’re thrilled to share the initial program for ONA17, the Online News Association’s conference in Washington, D.C. From Oct. 5-7, we’ll be hosting conversations about the most exciting trends in … Read more.
Journalist and digital media entrepreneur Mark Little, whose work has bridged legacy newsrooms, startups and social platforms, will discuss opportunities for newsrooms to proactively create models of trust as the … Read more.
This is a cross-post of a press release from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, one of our Journalism 360 partners. You can read the original post here. … Read more.