Thanks for a great ONA17!

Whether you were at the conference or not, catch up on what you missed with our conference resources.

First look at ONA17 photos

ONA17 was over three days of exciting programming, events, and introductions. Now that it’s over, there are plenty of resources available to review the insights and education. For a look beyond the microphones, here’s an early batch of photos from Washington, D.C.  Read More

Announcements: Challenge Fund, Women’s Leadership Accelerator, and more

Greetings from ONA17, the Online News Association conference in Washington, D.C. We’re delighted to share two announcements from this morning’s opening session: 10 projects win Challenge Fund grants Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education. Each project will receive $35,000 to support local news experiments. The fund supports universities to partner…  Read More

How to follow ONA17 from home

There’s a lot planned at ONA17 next week, but you don’t need to be in D.C. to find resources, inspiration or a job. Video, audio and more resources from ONA17 From our opening keynote on Thursday to the Online Journalism Awards closing out the conference on Saturday night, you can stream presentations by going to…  Read More

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