Ever heard of a ‘newsgame’? They aren’t as new as you might think
The Online News Association 2022 conference featured an array of innovative journalistic practices with panels on how attendees can use comics, zines and TikTok in their newsrooms. Among these creative…
Try this app: Headliner
Here at the ONA Student Newsroom, we’re all about trying new stuff. Among the tools that we’re using this week is Headliner.app. Not familiar? Here’s a look at how we’re…
Data Analysis: The most influential speakers and sessions at ONA17
The ONA conference is as much about building one’s brand as it is about sharing new skills and ideas. So who were the most influential speakers of ONA17, and…
ONA17 attendance: many from East Coast, few from middle
The vast majority of ONA17 attendees came from the East Coast, with a plurality coming from Washington, D.C. But the representation of less populated states, especially in the Midwest, was low, and four states aren't represented at all.
What’s still hot and what’s not: An analysis of ONA conference sessions
ONA Conference sessions about tech, audience and careers have increased in importance over the years, while other subjects, such as academia, have stayed somewhat flat. That’s according to an ONA…
How Much Did ONA Cost You?
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Hundreds of D.C. TripAdvisor listings, visualized
With thousands of journalists flooding into the nation’s capital, TripAdvisor data offers a snapshot of popular things to do in Washington, D.C. The ONA Student Newsroom collected more than 600…
What are people talking about at #ONA17?
Journalists make up nearly a quarter of Twitter’s authenticated users, according to a report on Twitter’s verified users. So it’s no surprise that they turned to Twitter to share their thoughts…
Don’t Forget To Write: Collaborate After ONA17
One great thing about conferences is the opportunity to collaborate with and meet others. At the ONA Student Newsroom and Innovation Lab, we want to help you do that. So…
Oh, the places you’re from: organizations represent at ONA
View the full infographic by James Tyner and Jacquelyn Elias here. The annual ONA Conference attracts the heavy hitters, among them Google, Gannett, Facebook and NPR. And some big newsrooms…
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