Recent collaborations in local news and journalism education Winners of the Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education continue to make progress on their projects to experiment with … Read more.
Tackle the big, hairy conversations in your newsroom Are you a manager who wants to stop dancing around conflicts on your team? Would you rather have skunks in your house … Read more.
Strut your stuff with ONA Salt Lake City ONA Salt Lake City is hosting a virtual gathering Feb. 24 focused on best practices for submitting your work to journalism awards. The … Read more.
Case study: Sacramento Bee 3D explainer and ethics in immersive tech As new storytelling technology continues to emerge, producers and newsroom leaders have the obligation to expand their thinking on … Read more.
How journalists can ensure information equity New from ONA Community Circles: The #ONAinfoequity database is a one-stop shop of guides for journalists to engage communities that are underrepresented in media … Read more.
Conferences and COVID-19: Decision framework As restrictions on travel and gatherings went into effect last year, leaders at journalism organizations and associations looked to ONA for ideas to navigate critical … Read more.
Bringing climate stories to your audience “Make it local. Make it relevant. Make it actionable.” That’s one of the key lessons on delivering news about climate change and solutions. With … Read more.
5 takeaways: Managing from afar Newsrooms are rethinking management styles as the pandemic continues to keep many colleagues working in distributed locations, often from home. At ONA20, we hosted an … Read more.
New ONA Board members start their terms Four digital journalism leaders started their two-year term on ONA’s Board of Directors on Jan. 1: Andrew Fitzgerald, Senior Vice President of Streaming … Read more.
Proud moments of 2020 from the ONA Community After a tough year, we wanted to celebrate everything the ONA Community has done to meet new challenges, innovate and take risks. We … Read more.