Register now for ONA Dublin, a full-day conference May 19, 2017, on emerging trends and best practices in digital media. The Dublin event is part of ONA’s international conference series, which for the last two years has brought together executives, senior editors and experienced journalists to discuss challenges and opportunities in digital news.
ONA Dublin will be held at Facebook’s headquarters in Dublin, a stunning building in the heart of the tech community in Docklands, which was designed by Daniel Libeskind with an interior by Frank Gehry.
The day-long conference on May 19 will feature leading digital media professionals discussing:
* public trust in media
* measuring metrics/analytics
* immersive journalism content
* video, including FB Live.
A discounted registration rate of 185 EUR + VAT is being offered for ONA Dublin until March 31. After that, registration increases to the regular rate of 260 EUR + VAT. The Ireland Standard VAT Rate is 23%. Space is limited and ONA’s international conferences sell out every year, so we highly encourage you to register early to ensure you can attend ONA Dublin.
On May 18, ONA will host a welcome reception at Google’s EU Headquarters from 6-8 p.m. All registered attendees are invited to attend the opening reception at no additional cost.
The program for this event is being designed by ONA’s Digital Director, Trevor Knoblich, and a team of experts, including Subhajit Banerjee, International Product Manager, Mobile, Condé Nast; Liam Corcoran, Head of Communications, Newswhip; Joe Galvin, Director of News, Storyful; Áine Kerr, Manager, Journalism Partnerships, Facebook; Rachel Rodriguez, Senior Producer, CNN International; and Jane Suiter, Director, Institute for Future Media and Journalism, Dublin City University.
ONA has a limited number of sponsorships available, each of which includes time for hands-on demo sessions for you to connect one-on-one with attendees from Europe and around the world. Please contact Jessica Strelitz, Director, Strategic Partnerships, to learn more.