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Links 1 through 10 of 437 by Sarah Booker tagged journalism

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An increasing number of news outlets are embracing Tumblr, a site that is a mix between a blogging platform and social network.

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Mindy McAdams always provides useful tips for journalists and lists useful tools with links to further information.

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How journalists can use new Facebook functionality, including Timeline, once it becomes more widely available.

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Great writer but he didn't think. A good point here about his stint at Columbia. It's an internationally renowned journalism school, but even it doesn't have classes on how not to create fake identities to libel those you disagree with.

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Not all newspapers have a CMS that allows for headline variation, adjusting URLs etc., but it is worth considering different ways to make sure a story can be found online.

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Context to the Tweet or be sacked comments from Peter Horrocks and Raju Narisetti. Journalists should tweet but need to understand how it can work to help them, as well as drive traffic to their sites. It's all about the conversation and interaction.

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