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The Globe and Mail, NYT lead the pack at OJAs
Renata Rizzi celebrates with the Online Journalism Award crystal trophy as Paula Miraglia listens to applause from the crowd as they accepted the award for General Excellence in Online Journalism/Small…
The future is in our hands, Webb says at 10th anniversary Tech Talk
The leaders of news organizations, people in their 40s, 50s and 60s tend to be “nowists.” That means they think about the next 12 months and the coming one to…
Is a bigger ONA conference a better ONA conference?
The Online News Association’s ONA17 conference hit record attendance numbers in Washington, D.C. this week, which wasn’t hard to see. Journalists crowded the sessions and poured out into the hallways, …
Download all of futurist Amy Webb’s work on Saturday
Futurist Amy Webb is concerned about the future. For the 10th anniversary of her annual talk on Saturday, futurist Amy Webb is sharing more than just tech trends for the…
ONA grows from a few ‘outsiders’ to 3,000 insiders
When the Online News Association held its first conference in New York City in 2000, there was no Facebook. There was no iPhone, no need to “hack the square” to optimize journalism for Instagram.