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Using Social Media to Make Reporting Collaborative

Recorded on March 14, 2012

Social media continues to impact not only the newsroom on a daily basis, but the daily workflow of the individual journalist. As social media becomes an increasingly more integrated function of a journalist’s role, it is important to understand how to most efficiently utilize this tool.

In this webinar we will cover:

– Why journalists should include the public

– Problems facing online sources

– Strategies for getting content


Registration fee:   $35

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The Presenter …

Clay Duda is a digital media specialist with the Center for Sustainable Journalism, which is the parent company to Juvenile Justice Information Exchange at Kennesaw State University. He splits his time between the CSJ’s Digital Communications Department and the JJIE newsroom.