Many of us are in survival mode, trying to figure out how to do journalism in these “challenging, uncertain, unprecedented times.” Today, let’s stop calling it unprecedented and consider a … Read more.
We are all navigating uncertainty together, both professionally and personally, and those lines are increasingly blurred. I’m still finding my own groove working from home, and making sure my teams … Read more.
When I first joined ONA in 2010, I felt as if I had finally found a home in the journalism community. I had spent the entirety of my career up … Read more.
A lot has happened since I wrote my last annual president’s letter. Journalists are facing — and asking themselves — tough questions about covering and serving their communities, as well as … Read more.
When the ONA Board and staff recently met in Washington, D.C., to review our work in 2015, it was the future that was uppermost in our minds. To chart a path forward, we first … Read more.
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.
A lot has happened in journalism since 1999, the year ONA’s founders met at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport and decided to build an organization dedicated to digital journalists and the work … Read more.
Today we joined with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and 50 other media organizations in issuing a letter to the Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding its subpoenaing of … Read more.
Welcome to 2013, another year sure to feature significant changes in how we produce journalism, and how the public finds and consumes it. If that sounds like a complaint, it’s … Read more.
Dear ONA12 attendees, We’re glad you’ll be joining us for the 2012 Online News Association Conference and Awards (ONA12) in San Francisco next month. As we’ve been getting ready for … Read more.
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