First Amendment Clinic: Local News Edition

Presented at ONA22
September 21, 2022
More from this event →

This resource is sponsored by:

Too often, reporters and local news outlets encounter barriers as they work to access information and hold power to account. In this archived session from ONA22, experts examine the state of free speech and freedom of information in America. Learn about recent FOIL cases and how digital safety and the local news crisis contribute to major first amendment issues.


Speakers

Jeje Mohamed
Program Manager for Digital Safety and Free Expression, PEN America
Jump to Resources
Related Tags
Related Topics

Related Resources

ONA22 Finding, Mining and Exploiting Data

Finding, Mining and Exploiting Data

  • Denise Vickers
  • Brandon Meyer
  • Gavin Off

The archived session from ONA22 covers beginner-friendly tactics to obtain data through mining and creative requests and will offer ideas about how reporters, including those...

ONA22 Walk In Someone Else's News: Is Reading Across the Spectrum Good for Democracy & Your Bottom Line?

Walk in Someone Else’s News: Is Reading Across the Spectrum Good for Democracy & Your Bottom Line?

  • Curtis Bram
  • Courtney Hurley

Despite its societal impact and significant work being done to understand it, there are few practical solutions addressing the root of political polarization. This archived...

ONA22 Build a Visual-First Strategy for Immediate Audience Engagement

Build a Visual-First Strategy for Immediate Audience Engagement

  • Elodie Mailliet Storm
  • Martin do Nascimento
  • Michelle Kanaar

Photojournalism drives reader engagement. Research shows that on average an audience will read 50% of a story but will look at all photo and video content. In addition, strong...