You and What Developer Army? Local Election Coverage Without a Large Team

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Most newsrooms don’t have a huge roster of dedicated developers building digital tools for election coverage. So what can newsrooms do to engage voters? We’ll discuss how to set up live chats, simple website widgets, making use of metadata and other useful online engagement ideas.

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Speakers

Adam Nekola
Web Enthusiast, Online News Association
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