I’m sad to that I’m missing ONA13 in Atlanta, but at least I can follow on Twitter. Here’s a wrap-up of a session on newsroom management featuring Time’s Callie Scweitzer and ONA’s Jim Brady. Thanks to Cory O’Donnell for putting this together.
Above, Saleem Khan. I think.
My recent posts about planning for the world after Facebook led the awesome folks at #wjchat to invite me to host a discussion on the topic Wednesday on Twitter. I love #wjchat; it attracts smart, forward-thinking journalists who are interested in talking about the future of our industry.
Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to attend much in the past few years. #wjchat is held at 5 p.m. PST, which was around the same time I typically started driving home from San Francisco when I worked at KQED. As a result, I often had to say goodbye after the opening discussion and Q1.
Thankfully, my five-hour round-trip daily commute to San Francisco ended two months ago when I started working at News10 in Sacramento (although I still really miss public media.) I now have more time to participate in professional events, and I was really excited by the opportunity to host #wjchat on Wednesday.