Monthly Archives: September 2012

My Interesting Reads (weekly)

How Journalists Are Using Instagram “For those willing to take an experimental plunge, Instagram is more about branding and engagement than eyeballs and dollars. After some campaign trail experimentation, the Associated Press is encouraging its staff photographers to use their … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

Twitter Blog: Best practices for journalists “Journalists and news publishers have long sought the best ways to create engagement on Twitter and make the most of every Tweet – and we want to help. We’ve created a set of best … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

For journalists, clarity is as important as accuracy “Basic rules for writers: Never use a metaphor, simile, or other figure of speech which you are used to seeing in print. Never use a long word where a short one will … Continue reading

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Video: a (very) interactive newspaper

I’m indebted to Andy Dickinson for sharing this video on Twitter, of an interactive Lancashire Evening Post, created by UCLan and partners. Paul Egglestone explains the why and the what of the project in the video, and also shows how the … Continue reading

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Future newsrooms, and lessons from Poland

Now I’m in North Wales, it’s no longer such a stretch to get to events in Liverpool like Social Media Cafe (find out more on SMC here – and if you can go to one, do. It’s brilliant) So off … Continue reading

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My interesting reads (weekly)

How to use a Twitter account to connect with audiences and cultivate contributors « MDLF Knowledge Bridge tags: twitter collaboration network social Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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