ONA holds its first in person eventSuggest edits
Insights is the group’s first in person event since 2019, but you can also tune in to some of the sessions online. Check out the event website for the schedule.
Worth a read:
- Understanding “light news readers” and tailoring content for them can be difficult, since newsroom staff tend to be heavy news consumers themselves. But a new report from the International News Media Association found that doing so is both possible and profitable.
- Speaking of subscriptions, the New York Times gained almost 1 million with a small, compact version of their usual crossword puzzle.
- A Facebook whistleblower made waves this week in the U.S. Congress. Axios put together a detailed list of the many former Facebook employees who have started sharing tell-alls on the social media giant.
- Anywhere - Rainforest Journalism Fund Manager, Pulitzer Center
- Anywhere - Developer, Bellingcat
- Anywhere - SecureDrop Engineer, Freedom of the Press Foundation
- Anywhere - NewsMatch Program Manager, INN
- Asia - Audience Engagement Editor, Rest of World
- Canada - Data Journalist, Barron’s
- Europe - Web Intern, OCCRP
- UK - Science Editor, WIRED
- US - Cybersecurity Reporter, WSJ
- US - Data Journalism Instructor, American University
- US - Dean of Journalism and New Media, University of Mississippi
- US - Design Editors, Washington Post
- US - Data/Graphics Editor, NPR
- Taiwan - Data Viz Developer, Reuters
- Oct 14-15, Philadelphia, USA, ONA Insights
- Oct 21-22, Online, IRE DBEI Symposium
- Nov 1-5, Online, GIJN Conference
- Nov 3-4, Online, News Philanthropy Summit
- April 1-2, 2022, Austin, USA, International Symposium on Online Journalism
- June 22-23, 2022, Minneapolis, USA, SRCCON
- October 27, Investigation grants for environmental journalism in the EU
- Rolling deadline, Pitch freelance stories in US news deserts to Parachute
- Rolling deadline, Funding from Google to fact-check vaccine misinformation
- Rolling deadline, Eyebeam grants for artistic contributions to journalism