Social Media Management for Journalism, PR, and Advertising

Quiz #3 on Information Graphics Reminder: Information Graphics (Blog Post #5) Due Tonight, April 2, by 11:59 p.m. How Social Media is Used by the Big Three Media Fields Social media is for you. The aspiring journalist, sports commentator, marketing executive, … Continue reading “Social Media Management for Journalism, PR, and Advertising”

An Exercise in Juggling: Live-Tweeting Speeches

Now that you know more about how to use social media for storytelling, we are going to live-report a newsworthy event using Twitter. Think of this exercise as an exercise in juggling. You have to watch, listen, type (or write), … Continue reading “An Exercise in Juggling: Live-Tweeting Speeches”

Twitter and Social Media for Journalism, PR, and Advertising

Twitter and social media are for you. The aspiring journalist, sports commentator, marketing executive, advertising director, public relations manager. You can use Twitter and social media to help you create a presence and garner an audience. No doubt, social media … Continue reading “Twitter and Social Media for Journalism, PR, and Advertising”

HSI, Day 2: Online Identity, Partner Pair Up, Profile Basics, & Writing Questions

Blogging Workshop — Finish Blogging Workshop, if needed — Class Discussion & Blog Post: Your Online Identity Our first discussion topic today revolves around your online identity. Let’s write a quick blog post about these questions and discuss them as … Continue reading “HSI, Day 2: Online Identity, Partner Pair Up, Profile Basics, & Writing Questions”

COJO 3530, Weeks 12-15: Social Media Project

Now that you know more about how to use social media for storytelling, we are going to live-report a newsworthy event using Twitter. Let’s take a look at the Social Media Project assignment guidelines. It will be helpful to do … Continue reading “COJO 3530, Weeks 12-15: Social Media Project”

COJO 3530, Week 12: Social Media

Twitter and social media are not only for self-absorbed celebrities, social-butterfly teenagers, and teaching-absorbed professors communicating with their students (like me). Twitter and social media are for you. The aspiring journalist, sports commentator, marketing executive, advertising director, public relations manager. … Continue reading “COJO 3530, Week 12: Social Media”

First Day for COJO 4230: Advanced New Media

Students of journalism and strategic communication (e.g., PR, advertising) need to diversify their skills. This class expands upon those skills by giving you a platform through which to share your work. You’ll go beyond maintaining a blog and you’ll create … Continue reading “First Day for COJO 4230: Advanced New Media”

Wyoming Press Association Workshops

I’m excited and honored to present two new-media related workshops to the Wyoming Press Association. I’ve created a PowerPoint presentation for each workshop. Please download the slides and follow along. Tech for Web Reporting Gathering and Promoting News (and Yourself) … Continue reading “Wyoming Press Association Workshops”

COJO 4230: Advanced New Media

Students of journalism need to diversify their skills. You’ve already taken COJO 3530 Online Journalism, which built your skills in photography, audio reporting, photo/audio slideshows, and beginning web design and reporting. This class expands upon those skills by giving you … Continue reading “COJO 4230: Advanced New Media”

Tweeting (Microblogging) for Journalism and Communication

Twitter and Facebook are not only for self-absorbed celebrities. Twitter and Facebook are not only for social-butterfly teenagers. Twitter and Facebook are not only for teaching-absorbed professors communicating with their students (like me). Twitter and Facebook are for you. The … Continue reading “Tweeting (Microblogging) for Journalism and Communication”

Tweeting and Friending for Journalism & Communication

Twitter and Facebook are not only for self-absorbed celebrities. Twitter and Facebook are not only for social-butterfly teenagers. Twitter and Facebook are not only for teaching-absorbed professors communicating with their students (like me). Twitter and Facebook are for you. The … Continue reading “Tweeting and Friending for Journalism & Communication”