Andy Kohut never tired of me calling him the “Gold Standard” of polling.
For a decade or more, I helped translate Andy’s immaculate polling of Americans and international audiences into bullet
Twitter has rapidly become an important and efficient tool for journalists. With only 140 characters, journalists can search for sources and turn tips into breaking news. But how do you make your story rise above the chatter? How can journalists go beyond sharing news to creating community? How you do prevent “twibel” and other reporting inaccuracies?
This series of three webinars will help journalists maximize the medium for story development, find the best ways to interact with Twitter followers, and sidestep legal sinkholes. Sessions were led by multi-platform journalist and editor Mark S. Luckie (@marksluckie), who is Manager of Journalism and News at Twitter. Read Mark's bio here.
October 9: Reporting with Twitter
October 16: Engaging with Twitter users: Watch the recorded webinar below.
October 23: Using Twitter safely and legally
In the days after Hurricane Katrina, two unarmed men were killed by New Orleans police officers. Four other people were grievously injured, some maimed for life. Investigative reporter Ronnie