Check out the schedule and attendee directory for ONA11: 2011 Online News Association Conference, Boston (Quick note: We'll be at #ONA11 this Friday with @jbenton @ev_rat (@theatavist) and @tcarmody.)...
It's no secret that a link on Google News will send a fire hose of traffic to your website or blog. But what determines the search giant's system for ranking the importance of, say, a New York Times article over a Huffington Post article? This is the question that keeps practitioners of the dark arts of S.E.O. up at night. As such, SEO specialists Perfect Market, Local SEO Guide and Newsknife released a new survey on how Google News ranks articles at the Online News Association conference in Boston today.
"Later this week is the annual Online News Association Conference in Boston, which I will be attending. I’m very excited about attending my second ONA Conference, and I had an amazing experience last year.
I return this year as a volunteer to help live stream the sessions (which you can follow along on the conference website). The programming at ONA is exceptional, and I got tons of inspiration out of the sessions that I attended last year (in particular, a session about news apps).
But that’s not why I’m returning to ONA.
In online journalism, there is no better way to network than by attending the ONA conference."
Whether or not cats make you LOL, Ben Huh, founder and CEO of Cheezburger, has a fascinating story to tell about how humor, failure, memes and internet culture can make you happy for five minutes a day. And build you a business.
We're just days away from ONA11, the sold-out 2011 Online News Association Conference and Online Journalism Awards Banquet, Sept. 22-24, at the Marriott Copley Place in Boston. Prepare for a packed schedule, beautiful ...
Kundra occupied one of three tech-focused posts the Obama White House created to overhaul the government’s use of technology, spearheading an administration effort to streamline the federal government’s massive IT infrastructure. After two and a half years as CIO, he is heading to Harvard University, where, as a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy, his research will focus on the implications of digital media and technology on governance.
Imagine being able to detect the emotions your users experience while reading your content, watching a video, or perusing an ad. Or being able to use a PC or Mac that can read your smiles and frowns. Learn how affective computing can help with everything from user engagement to critical health issues like autism – and take part in some exciting audience demos.
Boston is swarming with journalists for the 2011 Online News Association conference. So…who’s left to cover the news about the, well, news conference?
Enter the 2011 student newsroom, compromised of 20 students from colleges and universities across the nation, to provide up-to-minute coverage of the three-day program. Google sponsored the lodging and travel to ONA11 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place for these students, who were selected from a pool of nearly 150 applicants.
It's time again for our monthly Nieman Lab happy hour — which this month coincides with the annual gathering of the future-of-news tribe for the Online News Association's annual conference. Newsies, nerds, and news nerds will all be ...
A group of 34 industry-leading journalists and new media professionals teamed up to review entrants and select finalists. Twelve of those judges, representing a diverse cross-section of the industry, met at the university’s Coral Gables, Fla., campus and eight more conferred internationally to determine winners from independent, community, nonprofit, major media and international news sites.
The results will be announced at the 2011 ONA Conference and Online Journalism Awards Banquet on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Marriott Copley Place in Boston.
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