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 [...]
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.
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 you can support an out-of-work journalist.
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 [...]
Amy Mitchell of the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism announces the results of a survey of members of the Online News Association at the NVision 2009 conference.
Survey: Online journalists more optimistic about future of journalism than newspaper or TV journalists
Digital journalists are optimistic about the future of their industry, more so than those working for more traditional media outlets, according to a new survey of select members of the Online News Association produced by the Project for Excellence in Journalism.
The Online News Association, the world’s largest membership organization of digital journalists, and the University of Miami’s School of Communication have opened their call for entries for the 2009 Online Journalism Awards (OJAs), emblematic of the best in online journalism.