SmartNews funding cash prizes for OJA winners We are pleased to announce that new support from SmartNews will award a total of $60,000 in cash prizes over three years for … Read more.
Announcing the 2020 Journalism 360 Challenge We’re excited to announce the 2020 Journalism 360 Challenge: an open call for early-stage projects that experiment with immersive storytelling and advance best practices in … Read more.
Why black journalists can’t just “shake it off” MJ Bear Fellow Lance Dixon has spent most of his journalism career in Miami, sometimes covering violence in the neighborhoods where he grew … Read more.
From the Board: “What we need most right now is accountability” We recently asked the ONA Board of Directors for their perspectives on journalism’s next move to address systemic racism, … Read more.
From the Board: Collaborating to address systemic racism We asked the ONA Board of Directors for their perspectives on journalism’s next move to address systemic racism, discrimination and representation of … Read more.
From the Board: You cannot preach allyship and not love it every day Black journalists and other journalists of color continue to speak up about their experiences with racism, … Read more.
Support journalists of color in your newsroom Coming up on June 30, the next installment in our Newsroom Playbook series will feature a discussion for senior managers and executives on how to … Read more.
Join us June 24-25 for a masterclass in audience development Registration is now open for Insights: Audience Development & Analytics, happening June 24-25. We’re gathering experts from The New York Times, BuzzFeed … Read more.
Learn from OJA honorees that investigated the police The Online Journalism Awards have honored a number of winners and finalists that helped communities understand policing and investigated misconduct. For journalists reporting … Read more.
Black journalists speak about their experiences As Black journalists chronicle the wave of protests across the U.S., many have also written about the unique burden of covering the death of … Read more.