ONA Board Candidate Lightning Round 2016

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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What are the top high-level issues facing digital journalists? We’ll crowdsource your thoughts and challenge leaders in our industry — and candidates for the 2015 Online News Association Board of Directors — to share their reactions in three minutes or less, followed by your Q&A. You can learn more about each candidate and their visions for the future of ONA on our website.

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Speakers

Meredith Artley
Editor-in-Chief, CNN
Kim Bui
Deputy Managing Editor, Arizona Republic
Ting Cai
Group Product Manager, Bing/Microsoft
David Cohn
Executive Producer, Advance
Dan Colarusso
Executive Editor, Reuters
Steve Herrmann
Editorial Consultant
Matt Sheehan
Director, Innovation News Center, University of Florida
David Skok
Managing Editor & Vice President, Digital, Intrepid Media
David Smydra
Editorial Director, Google Play Newsstand
Alan Soon
Founder and CEO, The Splice Newsroom

Moderators

Joshua Hatch
Senior Editor, Data and Interactives, Chronicle of Higher Education
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