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.
We’re thrilled to have an amazing group of digital journalism enthusiasts leading 12 ONA Local student groups during the 2019-20 academic year. They will organize meetups, host industry experts as … Read more.
We hosted the 2019 ONA Local Summit Sept. 11 in New Orleans, just before ONA19 officially kicked off. This day-long workshop is an opportunity for ONA Local organizers from across … Read more.
Creating an evergreen content strategy was the topic of ONA NYC’s most recent event on Thursday, July 25, where journalists, audience development editors and tech/product experts alike came together to … Read more.
We are pleased to introduce the digital journalism enthusiasts leading 10 ONA Local student groups during the 2018-19 academic year, organizing networking and training events. ONA Local is a global … Read more.
ONA Local groups are the heartbeat of ONA. They’re teaching and learning new skills, sharing case studies and approaches on everything from assessing new tools to newsroom diversity, exchanging “you … Read more.
The Online News Association is excited to introduce the ONA Local Speakers Bureau, an initiative that builds on the success of the ONA Local groups in supporting local journalism communities. … Read more.
ONA Alaska leader Kyle Hopkins has been experimenting with 360 cameras along with the KTUU newsroom in Anchorage. We asked him to tell us what they’re learning along the way and … Read more.
Dear ONA Local community, Our ONA Local communities lie at the heart of what we do. We take great pride in the positive, constructive and collaborative relationships that you create … Read more.
ONA NYC recently partnered with the Facebook Journalism Project to host a conversation with HuffPost Editor in Chief Lydia Polgreen. ONA NYC organizer Elana Zak gathered these takeaways from the … Read more.