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Public radio people — let's meet up at ONA

NPR and member station KUT are excited to announce that we’re hosting a free afternoon session exclusively for digital public radio staffers during this year’s Online News Association conference. Join us as we share updates on the Journalism and Digital Networks and continue the conversations we started at last year’s Digital Day

We’ll meet at the Google Fiber Space in downtown Austin, Texas (a 3-minute walk from the convention site), from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 13, 2018.  

At this 2 1/2-hour meet up, you will hear from digital leaders at NPR and member stations. We’re still planning the agenda, but you can expect updates on our digital collaboration efforts and the chance to make connections with digital staffers on specific topics relevant to your work.

Space is limited for this free event, so register now (a ticket is required). You do not have to go to the ONA conference to attend.


What: An intensive afternoon of digital discussion, learning and collaboration

When:
Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018 | 3:30 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.

Where:
Google Fiber Space in Austin, Texas(1 block from the conference hotel)

Who should come? 
Public radio staff who play key digital roles (digital directors/content officers, social media producers, web producers, web developers, digital editors and bloggers, photojournalists and videographers, other digital storytellers)

Register: 
Sign up for your free ticket here

Other things to know: 
This event is only open to people who work at NPR Member stations. You do not have to register for ONA to attend.

Questions?
Email Serri Graslie (sgraslie@npr.org)