See and hear your friends’ and others’ reactions as they watch TV with you, no matter where they are, as the show you’re all watching hears and sees you, as if you were in the studio. When a significant percentage of people watching with you feels the same way at a moment, you’ll instantly hear that audience sound (e.g., laughter)
Banjo is considered a MUST HAVE tool by journalists around the world. Banjo gives you the power to see what is happening right now, anywhere in the world and to connect with the people who are there.
Bing is a search engine that brings together the best of search and people in your social networks to help you spend less time searching and more time doing.
CartoDB is an open source mapping platform that gives users the ability to design and publish maps online. CartoDB stands apart from other platforms in its ability to deliver maps built from dynamic data, apply beautiful style and design, and display filtered data on the fly. The platform drives maps on leading news sites every day of the week.
Cartoon Movement is an international collaborative publishing platform dedicated to high quality political cartoons and comic journalism. Working together with a network of over 220 freelance editorial cartoonists and comics journalists in over 80 countries we explore new ways to produce and publish political cartoons and graphic journalism in the digital age.
Providing journalists and the public with a simpler way to access Census data, so they can spend less time managing information and more time analyzing it for trends. Expanding upon the volunteer-built Census.ire.org, the site will include much more data, a friendlier interface for navigating all of that data, and visualizations for a more useful first look at the data.
Chartbeat is the leader in real-time data, working with 80% of the top publishers in the US and in more than 35 countries across the globe to show these companies what matters so they can act when it matters. Through industry-first audience engagement and traffic insights across web, social, video, and mobile channels, front-line editorial and ad sales teams always know exactly what content is succeeding in reaching, engaging, and affecting the right people.
Co-Jo.us is a forthcoming new media platform that combines high-level graphic/comics journalism, emerging technologies, and the art and craft of storytelling. Our pilot project is Drawn from Memory, a super immersive and interactive cross-media graphic novel that traces the journey of Tibetans in exile, shedding new light to the crisis of self-immolation and the Tibetan freedom struggle.
CoveritLive is a live events platform used by publishers, broadcasters and brands worldwide. It gives organizations like these the ability to cover live events while adding their own editorial perspective and providing managed audience participation. The result is an engaging and interactive audience experience, with discussion, integration of photos and video, incorporation of Twitter and other external content.
Data Docs is both a series of interactive, data-driven web documentaries and the open-source platform that drive them. Anyone can watch and share our episodes or use our code make their own immersive, explanatory web videos.
Delve is next-generation social news software for enterprises and publishers. Think: part news discovery engine, part private social network, part institutional memory. Delve empowers publishers to build robust digital communities. Journalists tap algorithmic firepower to curate at scale; users build profiles and join the conversation. Delve was an inaugural member of the New York Times TimeSpace incubator in 2013.
The Drone Journalism Lab at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications studies the use of drones for journalism, including the legal, ethical and practical dimensions of cameras that fly. Funded by the Knight Foundation, the lab has produced stories using drones and is opening its findings to the public.
Giphy is the best way to search, browse, and share animated GIFs on the web.
Google is a global technology company focused on improving the ways people connect with information.
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press is a nonprofit organization that has provided free legal information, resources and advocacy to protect the First Amendment and Freedom of Information Rights of U.S. journalists for more than 40 years. It serves over 2,000 journalists, editors and media lawyers yearly and never charges for its services.
WITNESS uses the power of video to open the eyes of the world to human rights abuses. The Guardian Project is a network of developers who create secure open-source mobile apps.
Jurnid is a simple way to publish and read news stories in any genre. Journalists and j-schoolers use Jurnid Pro to charge readers for subscription access to their premium content. Readers access Jurnid for free and paid stories; on desktop, tablet and mobile. Jurnid’s Mentors feature helps students build a better portfolio before graduation. Publish, read and engage on Jurnid.
Keepr is a data mining tool for journalists to cover breaking news event in social media. It facilitates newsgathering by identifying insights in realtime. The product originated out of research project at Harvard’s Nieman Foundation, and utilizes natural language processing and social network analysis algorithms to surface topics, eyewitnesses, and amplifiers.
Knight Foundation supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts. The foundation believes that democracy thrives when people and communities are informed and engaged. For more, visit knightfoundation.org.
LiveGear is the live video streaming product family from Vislink, who broadcasters have relied on
for over fifty years for innovative and technically advanced video solutions. LiveGear is the only manufacturer to provide comprehensive solutions which include cellular, WiFi, MESH, microwave and satellite technology. Live high quality video anytime, anywhere!
Meograph makes creating interactive multimedia stories easy out of video, audio, images, text, and links. We help media companies engage their audiences in creation through an embeddable platform in your own site. Also makes it easy for you to create compelling editorial content yourself.
Muck Rack is the leading place for journalists to get found on social media. Create a free account to build your writers portfolio, track how many times your articles were shared on social media with WhoSharedMyLink.com, network with colleagues and get more exposure for your work.
Northwestern University Knight Lab is a team of technologists, journalists, designers and educators working to advance news media innovation through exploration and experimentation. The Lab builds prototypes and products that help make information meaningful and promote quality journalism, storytelling and content on the internet. Our most popular products (all open-source) include TimelineJS, SoundCiteJS, and StoryMapJS.
ONA is launching an ongoing Ethics and Standards Initiative, led by AP’s Tom Kent. What should we focus on first in the coming months? UGC verification? Online corrections? The ethics of expunging items from online archives? Native advertising? How to write an ethics code? Leaders from the journalism ethics community will be on hand to discuss this initiative and to offer individual consults.
We also encourage you to join the #ONA13ethics conversation Thursday, October 17 at 2:45 p.m. in International 8.
OpenNews is a collaboration between the Knight Foundation and Mozilla that serves as the connective tissue in the journalism code community. We link together journalists, developers, designers, data geeks, and civic hackers to learn from and build with each other. They create tools and journalism to inform communities and that work is documented on our website Source
Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research. Pew Research does not take policy positions.
Public media’s leading national organizations have launched a ground-breaking collaboration to build a shared technology resource. The Public Media Platform will enable public media producers and stations to gather their digital content in one place, and cost-effectively distribute it across digital platforms to achieve a critical mass of compelling non-commercial content.
Reporting on Disparities.com is dedicated to original, in-depth, long-form journalism. Our storytelling is founded on deep reporting on health, education, energy and environment, criminal justice and social justice. We cover the stories that mainstream media does not. Reporting on Disparities paints a picture of communities and individuals we don’t typically see — we give a voice to the voiceless.
Let’s create the future of journalism together. The Futures Lab video update from the Reynolds Journalism Institute delivers fresh insights in just 10 minutes every week. Stop by our innovation station to learn and share new ideas. While there, talk with an advisor from the Missouri School of Journalism about your own future in our interactive media online master’s program.
Based at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center, the Journalist’s Resource project explores news topics through a research lens. We focus on surfacing scholarly materials that may be relevant to other media practitioners, bloggers, educators, students and general readers. Through social media and other networked technologies, we aspire to bring together disparate communities around credible information and knowledge.
We believe that organizations can outperform others if they fully utilize the huge business value contained in content. To realize this value we know you must understand your content, the information and knowledge it contains, and how you can be apply it. We focus all of our energy on creating value from content — something we call Content Intelligence. Smartlogic has offices in San Jose, Calif., Washington, D.C. and London.
Smartlogic is attending as a partner firm of MCT.
Sourcefabric believes in quality, independent journalism. We provide news organisations with the software, expertise and support to produce it online, in print and on air. Our open source software includes Live Blog, Superdesk (digital workflow solution), Newscoop (CMS for news), Airtime (radio automation), and Booktype (publishing platform for print and digital books).
SparkFun is a group of electronics enablers living in Boulder, Colorado. We are an online retail store that sells the bits and pieces to make your embedded electronics projects possible. We’re excited to be demonstrating electronics-oriented projects at ONA13, and we’ll be hosting an LED sewing activity and showcasing some tools of the trade — come say hi!
Spike is a web tool that finds unique, engaging content – hours or even days before it goes viral. It keeps journalists in leading newsrooms like the BBC, The Guardian, the HuffPo and Yahoo! comfortably ahead of the curve on the world’s most engaging stories. Spike is created by NewsWhip, a company that’s mapping the DNA of social distribution.
Get a lightning tour of the Sunlight Foundation’s data-wrangling tools for watchdogs. From getting alerts on your favorite politician’s latest FEC filing to spotting legislative trends across the 50 states, from our catalogue of political fundraisers to our political ad trackers, we’ve got the tools to give your reporting a tech edge.
Supshot is an app that allows anyone to license the photos and videos they are taking on their smartphones. Media consumption is changing, as is evident from recent events around the world. So is how those events are documented. We believe people should be credited and compensated for the valuable content they capture.
Since 2006, Tor has been leading the way in research, technology and vital conversations on anonymity and freedom of speech in a digital world. As global digital threats continue to increase so do the challenges in helping journalists stay safe online. Our project with the Knight Foundation ensures Tor’s expertise and tools reach journalists and help keep them safe.
With over 1,000,000 users — including hundreds of leading news organizations — Videolicious is the market leader for rapid, easy, premium news video creation on mobile devices. With investors that include Amazon.com, The Washington Post Company, and the Knight Foundation, Videolicious empowers every journalist to create sophisticated videos — automatically in seconds.
Watchup brings the power of video journalism to the emerging screens. Our award-winning iPad app lets you seamlessly watch your daily newscast out of the world’s most trusted news channels.
Journalists use Whisper to access a fast-growing, evolving anonymous community that’s bound by sharing stories (inspirational, weird, hilarious); expressing unvarnished moments and connecting with the world around them. Users generate 2.5 billion page views a month and access the app nine-10 times a day. Whisper has recently raised $21 million and is exploring opportunities to help journalists engage audiences and tell great stories.
Yahoo News is the top destination for users to experience breaking news events and find personalized news content that’s important in their daily lives, across platforms. Our global News sites provide original, partner and syndicated news via text, photos and video to engage users with wide-ranging, up-to-the-minute coverage and analysis into topical news events.