2016’s Tech Trends in Journalism
- Amy Webb
This perennially standing-room-only session brings the future-think to ONA16. Amy Webb will demo never-before-seen tech prototypes, betas and other surprises. She’ll give us...
Bringing Ethical and Social Newsgathering to Your Newsroom
- Mandy Jenkins
- Eric Carvin
- Fergus Bell
How do you maintain high content-verification standards with limited resources? How should your newsroom be clearing rights and crediting sources? What are the dos and don’ts of...
Broadcast, Web Video and the Attention Economy
- Molly Hughes
- Misty Montano
Moderated by Chip Mahaney
Web video takes an entirely different mindset than a standard television broadcast. How do we design something to catch attention online? We’ve assembled a team of experts —...
Change Up Your 2016 Election Coverage. Create a Computational Campaign.
- Meredith Broussard
- Andreas Graefe
- Jennifer Stromer-Galley
Computational journalism — the use of computation to facilitate or even automate reporting, data and display — is showing up in more newsrooms as a highly effective tool. This...
Collaboration is a Messy Necessity
- Heather Bryant
Tell us what we've missed! The unconference is a chance for registered attendees to propose conversations on topics we may not have covered elsewhere. Collaboration is a...
Designing Journalism for a Digital Conversation
- Monica Guzmán
- Terry Parris Jr.
Moderated by Josh Stearns
From the rise of chat apps to the successful re-invigoration of newsletters with personality, it’s obvious audiences are hungry for new ways to connect with news and...
Designing More Emotionally Intelligent Digital Experiences
- Anjali Mullany
A range of companies — from social networking startups to media organizations to tech titans like Facebook — have been boldly experimenting to allow audiences to express their...
Developing the Audience You Don’t Have
- Amy Vernon
- Carla Zanoni
- Meena Thiruvengadam
Moderated by Kim Fox
Your analytics can tell you a lot about the preferences of the audience you have, but they also might give a hint as to audiences you’re not quite reaching. We’ll talk about...
Do Audience Better: Lessons from 150 Newsrooms and a Year of Writing Code for The Coral Project
- Greg Barber
- Sydette Harry
- Andrew Losowsky
Over the past year, The Coral Project talked to more than 300 people from nearly 150 news organizations in more than 30 countries, and then spent a year building tools to make...