Monthly Archives: October 2010

Twitter Adds Windows Phone App

Mashable’s Social Media site posted about a the official release of a Twitter Windows phone app. This adds to the Twitter apps already available for the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. Twitter is such a viable news source nowadays that it … Continue reading

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Online Journalism the New Journalism

One writer for the Online Journalism Review wrote a post about the “news bandwagon” that is better known as online journalism. He discusses how many traditional journalists are leaving their media to go to the online medium. This is incredibly … Continue reading

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Reinvented MySpace Changes Entertainment

LostRemote, a site devoted to the trends of social media and journalism, posted this article about a new version of MySpace that caters to provide social entertainment. But this is big news for journalists — especially in broadcast — because … Continue reading

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New Facebook Groups: A How-To

On of the writers for MediaShift published a column about her experiences with Facebook groups. She works both in the journalism field and in the education field, so the piece examines how the new groups tool can be useful in … Continue reading

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Top 25 U.S. Newspapers Ranked By Twitter Followers

Journalistics compiled a list of the top newspapers based on Twitter followers. This is an interesting post to look at because newspapers are having to look to ways online to get content out, and Twitter has been a popular outlet. … Continue reading

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