Tag Archives: Facebook

Instagram: A tool for the digital journalist

In the digital world we live in, journalists continue to use words, images and video to share news and interact with the community they serve. To the delight  of digital first journalists, the ways to share all those things keeps … Continue reading

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Register reporter examines pros and cons of Facebook subscribe feature

As she closes in on her Ninja belt in social media, we asked New Haven Register reporter Susan Misur to give us a report on the pros and cons of journalists using the Facebook subscribe feature. Here is Susan’s take … Continue reading

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Sports editor makes Pinterest a Digital Ninja School project

By Joe Pelletier (@jdpelletier) The Middletown Press From the perspective of a media outlet, Pinterest is a lot like Tumblr. One, the author isn’t important. Two, “pins” of more abstract and relatable themes are more successful (memes included). And three, … Continue reading

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Register reporter’s blog has the word on Connecticut authors

New Haven Register reporter Sandi Shelton loves books. She’s written seven of them herself. Who better to write about the multitude of talented authors in Connecticut? But she also knows how challenging it is for those authors to spread the … Continue reading

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The ring of social media and sharing the story

Brian McCready has shown that his “Milford Matters” blog does not stand alone. While Brian uses the blog to share news, and works to interact with the community through the blog, he has shown spreading what he and others have to share … Continue reading

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Breaking News Team Rocks Social Media Over April Fool’s Prank

Now, we know the Breaking News Team is ever vigilant about Twitter, but sometimes it takes a trained eye to spot the nugget of non-truth that really makes breaking news. It happened this way according to Pam McLoughlin: On April … Continue reading

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New reporter works to get ‘Scoop’ in shoreline blog

Reporter Cecelia Martinez, who joined the staff March 19, wasted little time in working to connect with the communities she covers, Guilford and Madison. She’s already launched a beat blog, called Register Shoreline Scoop, and is using it to reach … Continue reading

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