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New Ohio market research overflows with ideas to help you grow

Based on the reactions from publishers and ad directors at our convention last week, the Pulse Research market study conducted across Ohio for the ONMA exceeded all expectations.


Weekly and collegiate contest winners, top carriers honored at convention

The ONMA weekly contest is named after Osman Hooper, one of the most important figures in Ohio journalism.


Heminger, Oplinger, Ludlow receive awards at ONMA convention

Two distinguished journalists and the fourth-generation leader of one of Ohio’s oldest newspaper companies were honored at the 2018 Ohio News Media Association.


Foundation unveils journalism grant program for ONMA members

The Ohio News Media Foundation will make grants available to ONMA members for local journalism projects and assignments that wouldn’t be otherwise be funded or executed as well without financial support.


Nieporte named president of ONMA Board of Trustees; new trustees named

The Ohio News Media Association has named new officers for 2018-19, led by Monica Nieporte, publisher of the Athens Messenger and president of APG Media of Ohio.


Politico editor discusses D.C. politics

From its humble roots as a small website started by two former editors from The Washington Post, Politico has grown to become one of the most influential sources for national political news.


How to leverage Google tools for visual reporting

With an unprecedented amount of data and information available online and at reporters’ fingertips, the potential for great storytelling these days is endless. The question is: how do reporters use that data to effectively convey their ideas?


World War II veteran shares memories of D-Day invasion

Morley Piper waited 50 years to talk about what he saw on the beaches of Normandy.


Safety professionals share advice on hazards in the field

Kelly Ruff knows a thing or two about the perils news reporters can face in the field.


Drones open the door to new opportunities for journalists

From the moment Doug Daniels first began working with drones in 2015, he was hooked.

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