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Eleven (Unpretentious) Ways to Promote Your Radio Story with Social Media
For many broadcast journalists, social media can seem like a time-sucking procrastination tool that others use to boast. I'd like to suggest that it offers fruitful ways to increase the impact of your stories without seeming like a huckster.
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#YSLTF: ''A Need to Build'' [14:29]: Produced by AIR producer Karen Duffin for KCRW's UnFictional.
Cool Tool: Mobile studio on the cheap
Want to get outside of the smartphone bubble? Vojo.co lets you use even the dumbest phone to round up and post stories to the Web via voice mail, SMS, and MMS. Journalists used it to crowdsource "Sandy Storyline," a collaborative documentary about Hurricane Sandy's aftermath. Youth reporters for Cambridge Community TV used it to cover elections. Ride South L.A. built participatory maps of cycling routes. Have your own project that needs wider input? Sign up (for free) here.
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