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Links 1 through 10 of 29 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged policy

(This is not so much a post for the moment. But for years I've answered this question in a million different emails. And I have long wanted to do one post about it so I could simply refer to it when asked.) Why are there no comments on the Editor's Blog? via Pocket

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The University of Oregon campus got blasted by a snowstorm last Friday during dead week. Emerald reporters began covering the story at 6 a.m., shooting photos in the pre-dawn light. That day, the Emerald posted 10 snow-related stories. One of them went viral. via Pocket

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Kevin: Damian Radcliffe's report on hyperlocal news offerings and potential revenue streams. The conclusion of the report is that models that deliver scale and sustainability have yet to be developed. The report focuses on the UK, but he also looks to promising models in other countries.

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Kevin: A February 2012 clarification of the BBC's social media policy. "To clarify any misconceptions, this guidance isn't about telling BBC journalists not to break stories on Twitter.

It's about making sure stories are broken as quickly and efficiently as possible to our large audiences on a wide range of platforms - Twitter, other social networks, our own website, continuous TV and radio news channels, TV and radio bulletins and programmes across several networks."

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Kevin: An interview with AP Social media editor Eric Carvin. He talks about AP's social media policy and how the news cooperative has dealt with journalists balancing engagement and APs journalistic standards.

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Kevin: Bill Bishop looks at Chinese efforts at building 'soft power' through traditional media channels such as TV, radio, a newspaper and 'familiarisation' tours with opinion makers. One interesting thing to note in a very interesting post, he says: "There are no domestic Chinese Internet firms that have a shot at developing the global impact of a Facebook, Google or even Twitter."

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Kevin: The Associated Press has updated its social media policy. The two changes that everyone is focusing on are the fact that they suggest adding people to lists rather than following them. It's unclear whether the AP is worried about tipping its hand on coverage or demonstrating some bias in their choice of who to follow. AP staff are also warned about expressing opinion on Twitter. 

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