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Resources galore: All of the things from ONA15

We’re still in awe of all of the great ideas and connections made at this year’s Online News Association Conference in Los Angeles. With over 2,100 attendees, it was our largest conference yet. Here, we’ve pulled together a myriad of resources to bring the sessions, attendees and conversations to you, from audio to video to ways to keep discussions going in the coming months. Continue reading

Winners of the Online Journalism Awards announced

Coverage of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, the Baltimore riots in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death and the shootings in Canadian Parliament took top honors Saturday night at the 2015 Online Journalism Awards, which ended the 2015 Online News Association Conference. Continue reading the full press release and see the recorded ceremony.

See the Winners

Takeaways from ONA15’s inaugural ‘Table Talk’ session

Journalists share audience engagement and impact takeaways from ONA15’s inaugural Table Talk session.

Facing the Funding Establishment

Barbara Rabb on the funding fight for small news organizations and independent journalists.

What You Need to Know to Create a Mobile News App

Nathalie Malinarich, editor, mobile and news formats of BBC News and Clifford Levy, assistant masthead Editor of the New York Times offer advice on mobile news strategy.

4 Tech Companies Showcase at Midway

Product Outreach Manager Chris Consroe talks about how Chartbeat is different from other analytics firms for publishers, CFO Stacey Espstein discusses Banjo, Senior Data Analyst Jewel Loree explains what Tableau Public is about and Senior Partner, Business Development, North America Steve Gallien.

Highlights from Changing the Relationship Between Advertising & Editorial

Joy Robins (VP Global Revenue & Strategy at Quartz) and Evan Smith (CEO & Editor in Chief at The Texas Tribune) bust myths about the separation between advertising and editorial.

Highlights from ‘We belong here: Pushing back against online harassment’

Panelists spoke about online harassment and how newsrooms and companies need to do more to protect women journalists.

Laurie Penny on the Keynote ‘We belong here: Pushing back against online harassment’

Laurie Penny talks about why companies need to do more to protect women from online harassment.

Career fair offers job prospects

We spoke with Sophie Babcock, a student at Indiana University, and Karishma Asoodani, a student at St. Francis College for Women in India to get their take on the ONA15 career fair. Christina Littlefield, assistant professor for journalism and religion at Pepperdine University in California gave us her honest take, which included a request for more recruiters from more companies. Robin Blum, assistant professor at Ball State University in Indiana, was also on hand, offering information on the college’s online programs.

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