Last June, Yahoo News began an ambitious project: Launching immersive content experiences from a wide variety of partners. While the groundwork had been laid, what we were going...
Following the Aug. 9 police shooting of Michael Brown, Ferguson, Mo. became a petri dish of breaking news reporting in the 21st century, magnifying race relations, social media...
Humans perceive and experience the world in three dimensions. Photogrammetry provides a bridge from the physical world’s reality to digital immersive realities. It enables...
- Benét Wilson
- Kari Cobham
- James Rodriguez
Moderated by Emma Cillekens
It’s impossible to deny that things have changed—a lot. Much of the world’s media is operating from their living rooms, beds and makeshift home offices. Some are...
- Kim Bui
- Laura Davis
- Elana Zak
Moderated by Timothy Wong
“I’m not a service department. Sorry-not-sorry!” If you’ve been tempted to utter that phrase, chances are you don’t have the words reporter or editor in your title....
- Kevin Fodness
- Christina Deemer
Having an accessible website is vital to allow your content to be seen and engaged with by anyone who wants it. It can be daunting, but there are inroads you can make at whatever...
Moderated by David Cohn
We’ll hear from key leaders in the digital journalism community – candidates for ONA’s Board of Directors – about their approach to balancing innovation,...
- Mia Tramz
- Brooke Van Dam
- Jeremy Gilbert
Moderated by Steven Johnson
As augmented reality becomes more commonplace in newsroom storytelling, questions about how to ethically capture and recreate places, objects or events gain salience. Join this...