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Links 1 through 10 of 52 by Bryan Murley tagged socialmedia

"Yes, this is going to be one of the posts where the person writing says something along the lines of: “Gee, I don’t really blog much anymore. You should follow me on Twitter.”

Sorry about that in advance."

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"U.S. smartphone owners are increasingly turning to mobile to access breaking news over other media, including newspapers, TV and desktop web browsers, according to a recent study from mobile app developer Handmark." - Silly, nobody gets breaking news from a newsPAPER.

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The editor-in-chief of The Guardian noted how often people in the media roll “their eyes at the mention of Twitter”. So he put forward 15 reasons why Twitter matters for the media.

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"We are consistent in our standards, no matter what the platform, in disseminating information. If we would not put the information on air or on our own website, we would not use social media to report that information.
When using social media as an information-gathering tool, we apply the same standards as those for any other source of newsgathering." - via Alfred Hermida

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"Key findings suggest engagement is strongest on original content sites as opposed to social networks, and consumers are almost three times more likely to believe that content sites are better than social media sites at influencing positive brand opinion." - UK-based study, but interesting findings.

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"Who's to say their interpretation of one of their terms of service is that they get to analyze and mine every bit of text I enter into the system even text that's only meant for one other person to read?"

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"During a Twitter chat Thursday about journalism ethics in social media, I tweeted that the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics could stand an update.

Scott Leadingham, editor of the SPJ magazine The Quill, responded that SPJ’s Ethics Committee is always open to suggestions. Scott asked what I would update. This is my answer."

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The guidelines on the use of photos sourced from social media and personal websites notes that the BBC should consider the sensitivities in using them, even though the images have been published online.

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"As the Community Organizer 2.0 blog points out, “Most Facebook Fan Pages bring the visitor to the Wall. This is the equivalent of landing in the middle of a conversation. Wouldn’t it be better to open the door first with a special Welcome tab?”"

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