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Marketwire advances the evolution of news at ONA 2009

Posted By Marketwired On October 1, 2009 @ 9:19 pm In IR/PR | No Comments

We are in San Francisco this week, exhibiting at the Online News Association conference [1] that hosts news writers, designers, editors, photographers, and technologists who produce content for the internet. This year marks ONA’s 10th anniversary.

ONA has put together an A-list roster to include media behemoths like Evan Williams, founder, Twitter, Chris Barr, senior editorial director, Yahoo!, and Lisa Stone, CEO, BlogHer.

The ONA conference will focus on the transformation of traditional media and honor companies that are leaders in the electronic media community. The educational sessions speak to the production and consumption of social media, mobile media, streaming media, and draw attention to the evolution of news.

Highlights and commentary to come — stay tuned!


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