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Facebook primer for journalists added

I’ve added a new Resources link to the site. I’ve linked to some of the basic social media primers I’ve been creating to help Enquirer staff get acclimated toFacebook and Twitter – with more to come. Continue reading

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Recommended reading for April 24th

These are my recommended links for April 24th: Colonel Tribune: Chicago’s Unlikely Social Media Pioneer – The story behind Colonel Tribune and the Trib’s successes int he social media sphere using such an unconventional idea. Journalists on Twitter – Muck … Continue reading

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Recommended reading for April 21st

These are my recommended links for April 21st: Why journalists should learn to code (and why some shouldn’t bother) :: 10,000 Words – “Those who choose to adhere to long-standing forms of print or broadcast journalism shouldn’t fret, but know … Continue reading

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Twitterizing your staff

Steve Buttry, the Information Content Conductor (how’s THAT for a title?) at Gazette Communications in Iowa is holding a webinar entitled “Leading Your staff Into the Twitterverse” through the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Continue reading

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Get your own training

10,000 Words has a great post today that compiles a decent list of online resources where a journalist can get hands-on multimedia training (and most of them are free). I’m a full-time journalist and I know it’s practically impossible to … Continue reading

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