Guest post from my co-worker Melissa Patterson, Palm Beach Post web producer and mobile coordinator, who also attended last month’s Online News Association conference:
Are you curious about what went on at the sold-out ONA10 conference in Washington, D.C.? That’s where more than 1,000 journalists, educators and entrepreneurs gathered to talk about the future of news online, as well as how to improve today’s journalism. If you use the Internet at all for your job, chances are there was a session you could learn from.
One of the beautiful things about ONA is that the organization records and livestreams almost every national event. Unfortunately, though, the videos are not always easy to track down. That’s why I’ve compiled streams from most of the three-day conference’s sessions for your viewing enjoyment. A few sessions don’t seem to be available yet, so check back in a week if you can’t find the one you want.
Browse sessions by day:
- Poynter and Online News Association Announce New Partnership (prweb.com)
- Guest Post: Patch dispatch from ONA (lostremote.com)