Podcast by Online News Association
#ONA22 - Diversity, Journalism, and Artificial Intelligence
Lindsay Hood spoke with Futuri Media’s Tim Wolff who says audience engagement can be driven by AI, but humans are still needed to make intelligent decisions on how to use it equitably.
#ONA22 - Understanding the People You Serve
Community engagement is important if you want to build trust with the people who consume your news products. Lindsay Hood spoke with Lynn Walsh with Trusting News about how to be authentic.
#ONA22 - Embracing Your Neurodiversity as a Journalist
Lindsay Hood spoke with Local News Association's Apryl Pilolli who was recently diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Pilolli says once she understood how her brain worked it made her a better journalist.
#ONA22 - How to Use Journalism to Make Comics
How can you reach your audience in an unexpected way? Organizations large and small are using comics to share their journalism. Mike Roe spoke with the Washington Post's Hannah Good to find out more.
#ONA22 - So You Want A Better Newsletter?
Newsletters were a big theme of this year's conference. Kira Hoffelmeyer walks us through newsletter best practices and ways to push the boundaries.
#ONA22 - Dispatches from the Student Newsroom
Student journalists and their mentors work diligently before and during the conference to bring attendees a new perspective on the conference, all while these students are experiencing their first ONA. Charlotte Norsworthy spent time in the newsroom to catch up on the latest and greatest from the eyes of fresh faces and experienced vets.
Music: Kirk Osamayo