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Accessibility Thinking for Publishers [Sponsored by Alley]

  • 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...

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Digital Journalism Insights: Lightning Talks from ONA Board Candidates and VIP Meetup

  • 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,...

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Ethics in Augmented Reality

  • 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...

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Legal Panel: Leaks and Secrets

  • Alison Schary
  • Kate Bolger
  • Meg Marco
  • Katie Townsend

Breaking the next Pentagon Papers is the career-making, public interest journalism of reporters’ dreams. But how to actually do it? The ONA19 Legal Panel brings together a team...

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Never Settle for Basic: SEO 101

  • Lisa Sumner

Join this masterclass to learn how to improve your search visibility through SEO best practices, the ways in which effective communication across teams impacts SEO and tips for...

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Shooting for Vertical

  • Sarah Frank

“Vertical” is not an unhappy consequence of phone design but a fundamentally new way of storytelling, requiring strategies for maximizing top- and bottom-frame and a shift...

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Election 2020: Using Data to Report on Votes and Voters

  • Hannah Fingerhut
  • Emily Swanson

Election 2020 is the meta-story of the moment, and the best political storytelling on November 3, 2020 (and in the days and weeks that follow!) will depend on data. Join...

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Reddit: The Highly-Engaging Content Source That You May Be Overlooking

  • Gabriel Sands
  • Haley Correll
  • Alexandra Ptachick
  • Moderated by Anna Kim

Reddit’s 100k+ topic-oriented communities are a tremendously broad and deep resource for anyone sourcing stories, but can be frustratingly labyrinthian for the uninitiated. This...

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Building Trust: Newsroom Tools for the “Fake News” Era

  • Talia Stroud
  • Joy Mayer
  • Sally Lehrman
  • Ashley Alvarado

In a “fake news” era, audience trust is difficult to earn but fundamental to success. Join this masterclass to learn about emerging research and practices from experts in the...

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