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- Journalists and Social Media: Rights and Responsibilities
- Originally Broadcast On:
- March 15, 2012
- Time Estimate:
- One hour for the main presentation and questions. Sometimes presenters stay longer to answer additional questions from participants.
THIS WEBINAR GOES WITH:
- Social Media Credibility: Extending Your Reach
- The Twitter Beat: Tweet Credibility of Government Agencies
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The controversy over erroneous Tweets about Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and Joe Paterno affirmed the public’s expectations about journalism delivered through social media: No matter how news organizations deliver news, the public expects them to get it right.
This Webinar will help you build a credible social media platform that will strengthen the relationship with your audience. Equip your staff to employ high standards when posting breaking news in social media streams and better understand public's expectations from journalists and social media.
Bill Church, editor of the Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore., discusses the results of the APME Social Media Credibility Project about rights and responsibilities of journalists using social media.
What Will I Learn:
- Examine perceptions from the public and newsmakers on how journalists use social media
- Improve your civic engagement and community expertise through social media
- Discuss ways to restructure your news operation to include social media
Who Should Take this Course:
Editors, reporters, social media editors, online editors, entrepreneurial journalists, journalism educators and students.
This Webinar is part of the 2012 Social Media Credibility Series, developed in partnership with Associated Press Media Editors (APME). The Webinars are the outcomes of projects by three newsrooms as part of APME's Social Media Credibility Project and are funded by grants from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation and APME Foundation.
Bill Church has been executive editor of the Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore., since June 2006. He oversees content and audience development for the Statesman Journal, seven community weeklies, three websites and several magazines. The Statesman Journal was a 2010 APME Innovator of the Year Finalist and 2011 winner of the Gannett Foundation Award for Digital Innovation in Watchdog Journalism administered by APME. The newspaper was a 2010 Scripps Howard Awards winner in community journalism. Bill is a longtime AAJA member and a 2010 Robert G. McGruder Diversity Leadership winner.
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