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Five ways to use Facebook Live


Thursday, August 17

1:00pm-2:00pm CDT
2:00pm-3:00pm EDT

Trying to draw in a new audience, or looking to boost numbers on your videos or podcasts? Give Facebook Live a try. Or are you familiar with the platform, but looking to step up your game? Jason Kolnos of the Cape Cod Times, joins Tim Schmitt of GateHouse Media to discuss the basics (sound, logistics, how-to), as well as some best practices. Hear how Kolnos got more than 61,000 people to watch traffic!

Click here to register for this archive. Please fill out the registration information at this link. If you participated in the live viewing, be sure to add in your discount code for free viewing. Once you complete the registration you will receive a link to view the archive.

 

Tim Schmitt has spent decades in various newsrooms — some print, and some broadcast. He was a sports reporter, news reporter, and then managing editor of his hometown paper, the Tonawanda News in New York, where he led an award-winning editorial page. He has worked as an editor, staffer and longtime contributor with the Arizona Daily Sun, the Mesa Tribune, the Arizona Republic, the Buffalo Current, and the Niagara Falls Gazette, where he was executive sports editor over four dailies.

Jason Kolnos, a graduate of Boston University, has worked at the Cape Cod Times as a multimedia reporter and digital assignment editor. He defines himself as a multimedia storyteller, video guy, beach bum, foodie, Apple fanatic, and sports nut.