Posts Tagged ‘ ONA09 ’

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.

What are you blogging about?

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

By Armand Emamdjomeh

Blog. Some journalists say it’s their favorite four-letter word. Others can’t stand to hear it. The ONA student newsroom asked several journalists in the “blogging bar” at ONA09 “what do you blog about and why?”

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.”

Confession sessions: ONA journalists answer today’s tough questions — Day 1

Oct 3rd, 2009 | By | Category: ONA09 Highlights, Top Story

When will you hold the last newspaper in your hands? What gives us hope in this challenging time for our industry? And what’s the past tense of “tweet”? We have no idea. Journalism students Amanda Dyer and Natalie Yemenidjian ask the talented journalists who are brave enough to enter their confession sessions.

ONA09 word on the street

Oct 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: ONA09 Highlights

Melissa Hale and Austin Fast hit the streets of San Francisco to find out how the locals are consuming the news.

From one year to the next …

Oct 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: General News, Student Newsroom

By Abby Selden As a member of the Student Newsroom at last year’s Online News Association Conference, I energetically rushed around the hallways of the conference hotel, interviewing attendees on their favorite new technology trends and writing on the benefits of appealing to niche audiences. I was champing at the bit to enter the world […]