If you want to speak at the Online News Association’s annual conference, Sept. 20-22, in San Francisco, or know someone who would be great, today is the last day to nominate someone. Here is the application.
If there was a theme at this year’s Online News Association conference it was that we are no longer talking about the future of journalism because the future of journalism is here. Some of the more specific themes and catchphrases that seemed to resonate and get repeated throughout included “brands are dead,” “SMO is the [...]
BBC News, Flipboard, the Los Angeles Times, Zeit Online and the Washington Post were among the news and technology organizations winning 2011 Online Journalism Awards. This year, the awards introduced changes to acknowledge the explosion of journalistic innovation on new digital platforms. Entries for all awards were open to news produced for any digital device.
The Online News Association and the School of Communication at the University of Miami have announced the finalists for the 2011 Online Journalism Awards. Eight awards come with a total of $33,000 in prize money, courtesy of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Gannett Foundation, which also is supporting innovative investigative work with [...]
The Online Journalism Awards are now open for entries. Eight awards come with a total of $33,000 in prize money. The deadline is June 27. See last year’s winners here. To enter, read the rules and eligibility then head to the entry forms.
Finalists for the 2010 Online Journalism Awards were announced today by the Online News Association and its partner, the School of Communication at the University of Miami.
Walter Mossberg says, “Of the hundreds, thousands, of newspapers around the country, there are really only a few that matter. Good journalism and journalists, on the other hand, are worth saving.” The Online News Association is giving away free memberships for out-of-work journalists for every $75 donated through the Support a Journalist Campaign. Here’s how [...]
The Atlantic: In a poll of prominent members of the national news media, nearly two-thirds say the Internet is hurting journalism more than it is helping. The poll, conducted by The Atlantic and National Journal, asked 43 media insiders whether, on balance, journalism has been helped more or hurt more by the rise of news [...]
Steve Rosenbaum says “curation is the new role of media professionals.”
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