Organized by Online News Association
The Online News Association was founded in 1999 as a forum for digital news pioneers to collaborate on common challenges and encourage the practice of the highest journalistic standards. The first ONA conference was held in December 2000. For over 20 years, the learning, community building and ideas generated at ONA’s annual conference have transformed the industry. ONA’s conference has also provided training and mentorship to thousands of journalism students and early-career journalists, many of whom have gone on to establish meaningful and influential careers in the industry.
The Online News Association’s annual conference gathers the world’s most engaging minds in digital media for an unparalleled blend of learning, networking and inspiration. Dozens of workshops and interactive panels deliver best practices and the latest trends in five areas:
- Audience development and metrics
- Emerging technology
- Innovative news storytelling
- Leadership development
- Revenue models, including content and product strategy
PAI’s AI & Media Integrity Program Lead, Dalia Hashim joined Marc Lavallee of Knight Foundation and others for a panel on Thursday, September 22 at 2:30pm PT to discuss how news organizations can make informed decisions when navigating the AI landscape.
Program and Research Lead for AI and Media Integrity