Posts Tagged ‘ ONA ’

Publish2, My Ballard and Gotham Gazette win inaugural OJAs

Oct 4th, 2009 | By | Category: General News

A collection of linking tools that enables journalists to complement their original reporting, a hyperlocal site covering a Seattle neighborhood and a small site that covers a big city were the winners of the three newest categories at the 2009 Online Journalism Awards Banquet.

Liz Lufkin’s Career: What’s Patty Hearst Got to Do With It?

Oct 4th, 2009 | By | Category: ONA09 Highlights

The co-chair of the 2009 ONA Conference reveals the moment she knew she wanted to become a journalist.

Live poll word cloud: What will save journalism?

Oct 4th, 2009 | By | Category: General News

By Anna Bloom
As part of the 2009 Online News Association Conference, the student newsroom conducted a live poll. Using Poll Everywhere, over two days, we asked people to text or tweet their response to the question: What will save journalism?

OJA winners a memorable group

Oct 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Top Story

Online Journalism Award winners this year will get a new kind of immortality. They will be enshrined in a new exhibit at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Pictured at left are Altyn Magauina and a jubilant Yedige Magauin, as they accept the award for General Excellence Non-English, small site, for Radio Azattyq. View a photo gallery with the story.

The newsroom in your pocket

Oct 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Conference Track: Front End

By Lauren Gentile and Abby Selden
This multimedia piece created with VuVox includes video excerpts with David LaFontaine, who presented “Creating Content with Your Phone.”

Global perspectives

Oct 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Conference Track: Front End, ONA09 Highlights

By Isabel Esterman
ONA09 workshops have focused almost exclusively on North American issues and trends. But one session, “The State of Global Innovation,” brought an international perspective.

SEO and what we know

Oct 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Conference Track: Back End

By Melissa Hale
A hot topic buzzing between many ONA attendees was Search Engine Optimization, a way for Web sites to improve the relevance and placement of their content on search engines.

Tech trends: Forward-thinking journalists wanted

Oct 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: General News, Student Newsroom

By Juana Summers
Amy Webb defines the leading edge of a field known for innovation. The digital media consultant, writer and adviser shares her favorite tech trends.

Video: Leo Laporte on the future of journalism

Oct 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: Keynotes

By Suzanne Yada
A behind-the-scenes interview with Leo Laporte, host of the This Week in Tech podcast, just before his keynote speech at the ONA conference.

The revolution will not be consumed

Oct 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: General News

By Kate Kilpatrick
True to his forecaster job title, Paul Saffo predicted that new media empires will arise in the next decade that will dwarf the Time Warners and Comcasts of today. They’ll do this, he says, “by enabling the many and the small.”