So you've got a Twitter account, you've started posting and have some followers... what comes next?
Try out using the hashtag (#) to enhance your community and your posting. Hashtags were developed to help people create groups without having to change the software that powers Twitter.
November 9, 2005: It was a day that I shall never forget. I woke up to the sound of the phone ringing. A military official told me the digging in Yarza cemetery had begun.
Readers and listeners all over the world enjoyed special insight into the U.S. presidential election as a result of the International Center for Journalists' (ICFJ) Elections 2008 Visiting Journalists Program.
Asking good questions should be an essential skill for journalists. But, what's a "good" question?
Canadian journalist John Sawatsky has spent years studying the questions reporters ask. Good questions, he says, have three qualities:
On November 5, 2008, the day after the United States elected Democratic Senator Barack Obama to be its 44th president, newspapers around the world dedicated front-page space to the historic news.
Last week, I talked about ways to convert any staff into digital adopters. This week, I offer five more strategies to try in your newsroom.
A guide recently released by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) addresses the challenges of covering elections in Sub-Saharan Africa.
June 18, 2008 (Translated from Arabic) --
In the past two decades, as many countries on the African continent spawned revolutions that crumbled dictatorships and opened trade routes, media in Africa have flourished.
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