Tag: ona

by Stephen J. A. Ward

The creation of a global and open media ecology that is online and offline, as well as professional and amateur, has undermined a prior professional consensus on the content of journalism ethics. There is scarcely a principle or concept that is not up for debate, from who is a journalist to whether reporters should be [...] more »

by Angela Washeck

Each week, MediaShift will post an ongoing list of upcoming events in the digital media and journalism world. These will be a mix of MediaShift-produced events and other events. If we’re missing any major events, please use our Contact Form to let us know, and we’ll add them to the list. If you’d like to pay to [...] more »

by Angela Washeck

Each week, MediaShift will post an ongoing list of upcoming events in the digital media and journalism world. These will be a mix of MediaShift-produced events and other events. If we’re missing any major events, please use our Contact Form to let us know, and we’ll add them to the list. If you’d like to pay to [...] more »

by Lauren Simonis

On Friday, May 2, our bi-weekly #EdShift chat will focus on tips for students to find jobs and internships and ideas for effective interviewing and networking. The chat will take place on Twitter at the #EdShift hashtag at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET. It will be guest-moderated by Jen Mizgata of the Online News Association (ONA). Special [...] more »

by Angela Washeck

Amid the frenzy of SXSW Interactive were a few fundamental themes: 1) mobile is here to stay; 2) social media is the lifeblood of anyone with content to share and 3) data privacy will become a commodity given today’s surveillance state. “South By” was crawling with opportunities for journalists and publishers to learn about upcoming [...] more »

by Irving Washington

When we launched the Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education, the brainchild of a collaborative that includes the Excellence and Ethics in Journalism Foundation, the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Democracy Fund, we knew the program was right in our sweet spot — the intersection [...] more »

by Kathy E. Gill

It’s been the story of the year, and it led to two Online News Association awards for the Guardian as well as a keynote breakfast session at the 13th annual ONA conference in Atlanta. “It” is today’s digital surveillance society, personified in 2013 by the Edward Snowden revelations about National Security Agency behavior. And its [...] more »

by Kelsey Mallahan

Though they are all at different stages of development, the nine startups presenting at the Collab/Space Atlanta workshop Wednesday have a few main challenges in common: having clear goals, identifying their target audiences and knowing where the money is coming from. Collab/Space was full-day hands-on workshop (put on by MediaShift) in which nine startups presented [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Twitter CEO: We’re a complement to news orgs, not a replacement (Nieman Lab) 2. NYT, AP will not attend off-the-record meeting with DOJ (Huffington Post) 3. The rise and fall of the social media editor (BuzzFeed) 4. Should Facebook determine what qualifies as hate speech? (GigaOm) 5. Google wants news organizations to clearly label ads that look like regular content (Circa) 6. Outsourced lectures and [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. What journalists need to know about the Justice Department’s seizure of AP phone records (Poynter) 2. Media coalition letter of protest to Attorney General Eric Holder (Washington Post) 3. Apple tells of tough talks, not collusion, with publishers (Reuters) 4. Study suggests 6 in 10 predict demise of AM/FM radio within 5 years (Detroit [...] more »