Building a Twitter Strategy for Your News Organization
- This Webinar was originally broadcast on:
- October 15, 2009 Enroll Now
- Building a Twitter Strategy for Your News Organization
- Originally Broadcast On:
- October 15, 2009
- Time Estimate:
- One hour
In this virtual classroom, participants can join in a seminar led by Poynter faculty and visiting faculty. This screencast includes live audio and a slideshow presentation in which participants can post questions and respond to poll questions posed by the host.
Can't understand all the tweeting about Twitter? This Webinar replay will help you understand how valuable the social networking tool can be for your news organization. You will get tips and advice on developing your own Twitter strategy.
What Will I Learn:
Twitter is more than the latest social networking fad. It's a powerful journalism tool you can use to connect to the community you serve and reach new audiences.
Who Should Take this Course:
This course is for anyone who wants to know what all the fuss is over the 140 characters allowed in every Twitter tweet -- and how to put them to good use in your news organization.
Ellyn Kamke is associate corporate counsel on the Raymond James legal team. Prior to Raymond James, Kamke was Poynter's Staff Counsel and Director of Business Development. As in-house counsel and a member of Poynter's senior leadership team, she advised on legal issues and policies and led contract drafting and negotiations. She also played a key role in developing and growing business opportunities for Poynter.
She received her Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law where she was also awarded the Judge Raphael Steindhardt award for character and leadership. Kamke, who is a member of the Florida Bar, practiced law at Rahdert, Steele, Reynolds & Driscoll, P.L. She is on the Board of Trustees for American Stage Theater.
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