La paradoja del periodismo en estos días de virus y confinamiento es que, aunque el consumo de noticias ha subido y tenemos más información que nunca, aún nos cuesta mucho...
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...
- Jane Lytvynenko
- Ashley Feinberg
- Malachy Browne
Moderated by Michelle Baruchman
Notable figures, like all of us, exhibit specific, personalized behavior online, creating internet footprints visible to anyone via ethical and public digital sleuthing. Join this...
- Ashley Alvarado
- Michael Cook Sr.
- D’Vera Cohn
- Ryan Pitts
Moderated by Dorothy Bland
Well-understood as both a constitutional imperative undergirding representative democracy and the rare political flashpoint that rises above the news of the day, the decennial...
- Linda Shaw
- Susan Smith Richardson
- Rachel Dissell
Using journalism to expose a problem is righteous, but rehashing well-understood issues can instead fuel news fatigue. Solutions journalism offers a way forward: by reporting on...
- Everdeen Mason
Content creation and audience strategy should go hand in hand, but in many newsrooms, audience has an afterthought when deciding what stories to pursue and how to pursue them....
- Gina McCarthy
Moderated by Mark Schleifstein
Climate change presents enormous public policy challenges worldwide, but in few places are its effects so immediate and acute as the ONA19 host city, New Orleans. Join former EPA...
- Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato
- Francesca Donner
Moderated by Vivian Schiller
The last few years have seen several ambitious efforts to correct for a lack of inclusive sourcing in journalism, especially as it relates to gender. We’ll be bringing...