A participant-led conference from OpenNews for journalists who want to transform their work, their organizations, and their communities.

When & where



The SRCCON program is focused on the practical challenges that news technology and data teams encounter every day. At SRCCON, you’ll:

SRCCON events are highly participatory, where participants come first so they can can feel comfortable digging into complex problems. The conversations that happen here come from the community and reflect its values:

Who attends SRCCON events

SRCCON participants are developers, designers, journalists, editors, and allies: the practitioners and leaders who are transforming their newsrooms into more representative and innovative places to work. Participants come to SRCCON to change journalism by creating more intentional processes, better relationships with the communities they cover, and new ways to engage and inform people.

Our participants represent organizations ranging from massive to tiny, and come from all over the U.S. and many other countries. Each year, we particularly welcome journalists and allies from the city hosting SRCCON. Accessibility is a core value, and we offer live session transcripts and tons of documentation for those who can’t attend in person.

What’s next

You can stay in touch by following @SRCCON, and get information about tickets, our call for participation, and other event news through the OpenNews notification list. If there’s anything else you’d like to know about our events, we’d love to hear from you.

About us

SRCCON events are produced by OpenNews. We connect a network of developers, designers, journalists, and editors to collaborate on open technologies and processes within journalism. OpenNews believes that a community of peers working, learning and solving problems together can create a stronger, more responsive, and inclusive journalism ecosystem. Incubated at the Mozilla Foundation from 2011-2016, OpenNews is now a project of Community Partners.