Trends and ideas from the ONA15 conference in Los Angeles
PART 1: ONA15 conference recap
This year's gathering of the Online News Association brought digital journalists and innovators from all types of media to Los Angeles for a three-day showcase of the latest trends and ideas moving journalism forward. We offer you a quick recap of five key takeaways: The new meaning of "multiplatform"; the importance of user experience; the latest thinking about online video; the evolving popularity of audio; and new ways of measuring audience behavior.
PART 2: Tech trends from Amy Webb
Robots, holograms, peer-to-peer networks, digital recognition and advanced cognitive computing are some of the technologies likely to shape journalism over the next year and beyond, according to Amy Webb, founder and CEO of Webbmedia Group. We sit down with her to get some details on what it all means.
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