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Recommended reading: Investigative social media, new ideas and tools

Sorry it’s been so long, but it’s been crazy busy as TBD’s preparing for the holidays and other events. This’ll be a quick one, just a few links I’ve been reading of late. Have a happy Thanksgiving, folks. Social media … Continue reading

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Four who influenced my approach to social media

As part of their 35th anniversary, Poynter is crowdsourcing a list of the 35 most influential people in social media. They ask people to write Facebook notes or tweets recommending people for the list, with votes to come via re-tweets … Continue reading

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Social Media Guidelines to Live By

Personally, I’m not a big fan of social media policies. While I recognize a lot of companies need to have these policies in place to cover their butts in court, I generally frown upon anything that gives journalists any excuse … Continue reading

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Rest easy journos, the government is coming to the rescue!

The federal government wants to help save journalism, but journalism doesn’t need saving. Old media needs saving, and they shouldn’t be given a lifeline. Continue reading

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How the National Enquirer is using social media to campaign for a Pulitzer

The National Enquirer’s campaign to get Pulitzer attention should make other journalism outlets stand up and take note. They’ve changed the debate from being about politics rather than merit – and it is brilliant. Continue reading

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Recommended reading on the mysterious future

These are my recommended links for August 28th through September 3rd: Membership has its meaning « BuzzMachine – Jeff Jarvis and several commenters outline how a membership – as opposed to a subscription – could be the ticket to a … Continue reading

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Recommended reading for June 16th – 17th

Recommended links from how newspaper sites handle comments to how journalists can use Facebook for sourcing, online video usage reports and social media mapping. Continue reading

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Recommended reading for June 15

This study seems to conflict with others like it, but it seems believable, at least, that it’s too early to call it quits for TV. Continue reading

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Recommended reading for June 10th-12th

Recommended reading that’s mostly about Twitter this time – monetization models, the end of the “real” Colonel Tribune, Twitter grammar, tools and other fun stuff. Continue reading

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Recommended reading for June 8th

Recommended reading on online newspaper pay models and ideas for news providers looking to expand their use of Twitter. Continue reading

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Recommended reading for April 24th through May 5th

These are my recommended links for April 24th through May 5th from Twitter tips to new online tools and industry news. 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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