Meetup to share #ONA14 takeaways: October 29th at the Pen and Pencil Club

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The Center for Public Interest Journalism hosted a reception for journalists from the Philadelphia region during last month’s Online News Association Conference in Chicago.

The Philadelphia Chapter of the Online News Association will be hosting their annual ONA National Conference Show and Tell Meetup next week at the Pen and Pencil, America’s oldest press club. (map)

Please RSVP and join us at 7:00 p.m. on October 29th.

#ONA14 National Conference Show and Tell

Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014, 7:00 PM

Pen & Pencil Club
1522 Latimer Street Philadelphia, PA

35 People interested in ONA Attending

Every year, after our friends go to the national Online News Association conference (this year in Chicago), we bring everyone together to share what they learned so we can all benefit.10 or so attendees of the national conference will line up and share something specific they learned from the conference.Come on out, have a good time, get a few d…

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Hot topics in Chicago included algorithms, design thinking, digital security, virtual reality and wearable tech. Others focused on how to engage, expand, measure and track online news consumers.

Data journalism, online ethics and copyright law, mobile journalism, programming languages, push alerts, social journalism, startups, structured journalism, video production and viral content were also among many topics addressed. You can view more session posts, many with multimedia coverage at: ona14.journalists.org/sessions/

The Center for Public Interest Journalism at Temple University sent a party of 19 journalists and educators from the Philadelphia region to the conference this year — and most of them should be present — but all conference attendees are invited to present for a few minutes each.

• Bobbi Booker, Philadelphia Tribune
• Will Bunch, Philadelphia Daily News• Christine Cavalier, purplecar.net
• Josh Cornfield, The Associated Press• Ellen DunkelThe Philadelphia Inquirer
Mike GreenleCenter for Public Interest Journalism
• Meeri KimFreelance science reporter
• Mike LyonsWest Philly Local
• Jim MacMillanCenter for Public Interest Journalism
• Andy MendelsonCenter for Public Interest JournalismTemple University
• George MillerTemple University
• Tommy RowanMetroPhilly
• Davis ShaverFusion
• Larry Stains, Temple University
• Albert StummThe Associated Press• Karen TurnerTemple University
• Fran Viola, Temple University
• Alexander VuocoloGenerocity.org
• Sam WoodPhilly.com

Keep an eye on cpijournalism.org in early 2015 to learn about applying for support to attend ONA and other conferences next year. You can also subscribe to receive email alerts by completing the brief form on our home page.

Amy Webb’s 7th annual 10 Tech Trends for Journalists presentation was popular as always:

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