Category Archives: Technology

ONA Session Provides a Fast Track to Video Storytelling

Andrew Lih, Associate Professor at the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism and Lam Thuy Vo, a multimedia reporter for NPR’s Planet Money, team up to teach non-video…

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NPR’s David Wright on Designing the Storytelling Experience for Mobile

For NPR, the saying “mobile first” already applies to the way many of their listeners access stories. And, according to David Wright, digital design director at NPR, they may someday…

LA Project is Exploring the Boundary of Reporting Through Virtual Reality

Nonny de la Pena thinks takes immersive journalism to a whole new level with her virtual reality story “Hunger in Los Angeles.” She gives the user the opportunity to walk…

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An Evening for Celebrating Innovation

[ona12-soundslides url=”http://ona12.journalists.org/media/oja2012_slideshow/_files/iframe.html”] (This story contains an update to the winners list) Traditional news organizations shared the spotlight with start-ups as the 2012 Online Journalism Awards were presented in San Francisco…

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Why Data Matters, According to the Knight News Challenge Winners

The six winners of the Knight News Challenge: Data grant presented their project plans and goals at the 2012 Online News Association conference in San Francisco.

Interactive: Eliminate Your Fear of Code

[vimeo 49987017 w=580 h=364] [iframe src=”http://jeffstern.co/projects/ona/javascriptConsole/index.html” height=”370″] Related Stories Journalists agree: understand technical world, adapt to changing industry Journalism and Technology: Two Views of an Evolving Partnership [Video] Code by…

Mission (St.) Accepted: Startups Benefit from San Francisco Location

For Mat Mullen and the startup community, San Francisco is a culture of T-shirts. “The shirt is the cheapest form of advertising,” said Mullen, who works in business development for…

What’s Trending at #ONA12: Saturday Edition

This is the Saturday edition of trend-spotting at ONA12. The day’s events focused more on learning new skills as well as reinforcing the basics.

Drones: Journalists With Flying Robots

Drones. The word brings to mind roving military machines that rain down hellfire. (Or it brings to mind their online parodies.) However, they have potential for civilian use, especially in…

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The Meaning of Metrics: Measuring a Story’s Impact

News outlets have more ways of tracking an audience than ever before, but measuring a story’s impact beyond the page view can be challenging. “The idea of metrics themselves are…