Congratulations to Jayne Levy (@jaynelevy) of Fishman PR (@fish_franchiz) who will join me in NYC next Monday for #journchat LIVE at NBC News’ headquarters at “30 Rock.”
Levy and her Fishman team submitted the winning entry for the recent “Win a Trip to NYC With Me” contest hosted by #journchat sponsor, Cision.
The special edition of #journchat [...]
The first question (Q1) during Monday night’s #journchat was “What should a hyperlocal news site include/not include? What advice do you have?” With 200+ weekly participants there are many views shared from journalists, bloggers and public relations professionals (and students).
Here’s their take on what will make a successful hyperlocal newsroom. First, let me share my [...]
The title of this post was a question asked during tonight’s #journchat. Participants shared their opinions on the future of mainstream media and their audience. If you didn’t get a chance to participate, share your opinion in the comments section.
We had close to 100 responses to this question. I’m highlighting those that are representative of [...]
It’s Monday night which means it’s #journchat. Tonight’s chat had approximately 168 professionals (with more than 1,000 tweets) who participated. A one-question poll tonight (taken by 90 of the participants) showed the following breakdown: 26 journalists, 38 PRs, 21 bloggers, 18 marketing professionals among others. While we asked nine questions during the chat, I’ve highlighted [...]
In November 2009, we’ll celebrate our one-year anniversary of #journchat. I can hardly believe it. This past year we’ve had featured guests Steve Brusk, CNN national assignment editor, Richard Laermer, Bad Pitch Blog, Adam Ostrow, editor of Mashable and tonight Jen Preston, social media editor at the New York Times. Thanks to all for joining [...]
Thank you to Steve Brusk who donated his time to the #journchat community this past Monday. If you’re not already, follow Steve on Twitter, @stevebruskCNN.
NOTE: Keep in mind that information was copied from Steve’s tweets.
Q1 PER @sethgoldstein: What do u think about medias coverage of swine flu thus far?
STEVE: We’re seeing heavy coverage because it [...]
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