Participate: SRCCON 2022

SRCCON (“We say it “Source con.” You can say it however you want!“) is a participant-led conference from OpenNews for journalists who want to transform their work, their organizations, and their communities.

The SRCCON program is focused on the practical challenges that news technology and data teams encounter every day.

At SRCCON, you’ll:

–Be part of hands-on workshops that reimagine newsroom tech, teamwork, leadership, community, and journalism itself —not panels where you sit back and listen, but sessions where you participate and learn.
–Connect with people who share your hopes and dreams for journalism—not just making professional acquaintances, but creating personal relationships that last.
–Bring who you are into a conference that thinks about the program, the schedule—even games & meals—as ways to celebrate everything you have to share.


The call for participation form is open with an April 25 deadline for session proposals.

The form includes questions about all the ways you might want to participate at SRCCON, including as an attendee or a session facilitator. If invited to attend or facilitate a session, you will have the chance to purchase a ticket with prices starting at $125 plus fees.

Curious about how it all works? Learn more about the SRCCON attendee experience. The participation form will help you tell Open News how you’d like to be part of SRCCON 2022, and the session proposal guide can help you shape ideas for the program. There won’t be a separate ticket lottery or sale date, so if you want to come to SRCCON 2022, the call for participation will be how to let SRRCON know! As space remains available, the call for participation will remain open for tickets only, but submitting the form early is your best chance to attend.

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