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Tweets for Keeps: May 2017

How and where to pitch your writing, tips for virtual reality storytelling, biz leaders talk balancing purpose and profit, New York Times announces buyout program for editors, a "brave new world" of open source

Tweets for Keeps: April 2017

Robust Google News Lab training resources, what engineers and marketers can learn from each other, innovative solutions to critical problems, the 2017 data scientist report, and a collaborative call for greater White House transparency.

Tweets for Keeps: March 2017

Forward-thinking photojournalism, tips for avoiding fake news, crisis creating unlikely collaboration, a report on government reporting, partnering to record refuge stories Tools & Tactics What are the elements of compelling, powerful photojournalism? Former @washingtonpost photog @niccolina discussed: https://t.co/FEdxx6fThb pic.twitter.com/k5UKTUmRZ9 — IJNet (@IJNet) March 18, 2017 Tips & Techniques Dig legit news or a reporter? @muckrack...

Tweets for Keeps: February 2017

Free tools for quantifying educational tech, Amazon's lessons for the radio industry, transcending traditional funding roles, opposition to eliminating public TV, tracking un-published data sets

Tweets for Keeps: January 2017

The 5 steps to fact checking, live podcasting explained by a live podcast, revolutionizing mobile journalism, evidence of demand for both big and local news, and an innovative new open data portal Tools & Tactics 5-step fact-check: identify source, verify, check context, get permission, set out evidence for reader @AfricaCheck https://t.co/DSL6HWoLsA pic.twitter.com/eVCRFaDpNz — GIJN (@gijn)...

Tweets for Keeps: November 2016

Building a better FOIA website, new Instagram Stories a valuable opp for marketers and journos alike, innovation and core values breed success, learning from students to get facts straight on fact-checking, the importance of community radio in times of turmoil Tools & Tactics A better #FOIA website would drastically improve the public's access to government...

Tweets for Keeps: October 2016

Data viz best practices, tips for engaging a diverse audience, bright ideas in data journalism, the state of the US news media, police data transparency projects Tools & Tactics Poor #visualization wastes #analytics efforts. Learn best dataviz practices on A2 Radio. https://t.co/EdlB3EhRjC @HarvardBiz pic.twitter.com/kTizOqepIS — All Analytics (@AllAnalytics) October 10, 2016 Tips & Techniques Check...

Tweets for Keeps: September 2016

A resurfaced free data scraping tool, strategies for reaching niche audiences, searchable video’s possible affect on newsrooms, transparency widgets make reporting pages pertinent, keys to cultivating candid feedback Tools & Tactics ScraperWiki has rediscovered its old free #scraping tool – and is now calling it QuickCode https://t.co/rcLQY7VfrQ — Paul Bradshaw (@paulbradshaw) September 29, 2016 Tips...

Tweets for Keeps: August 2016

Five free video apps, three hot tips for media collaboration, data manipulation to map movement, findings from the latest digital news report, unique university collaboration gives insight to elections Tools & Tactics The digital journalist’s toolbox: 5 great video free applications https://t.co/loYUBBYQv1 pic.twitter.com/fpJKeYxkhD — GIJN (@gijn) August 5, 2016 Tips & Techniques 3 Tips from...

Tweets for Keeps: July 2016

An actionable open data checklist, harnessing the power of the Twitter crowd, using MOOCs to reach under-resourced students, insights into the new era of digital news, tips for online first responders
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