To optimize your experience at conferences, formulate a social plan to build a rich narrative and broaden connections. Check out how the JA reached out before, during and after a recent event.
Posted by Nicole Staudinger on April 26, 2013
Topics: Blog, Distribution Tags: Audience Development, Audience Engagement, Best Practices, Collaboration, Community Engagement, Free Press, Grass Roots, Media Reform, Networks, Online Community, Online Tools, Social Brands, Social Listening, Social Media, Technology, Tools, Twitter
JA’s panel picks, luminaries we can’t wait to meet and some of the events we’ll be checking out. What are you excited to learn about, what are your big questions?
Posted by Lisa Skube on April 2, 2013
Topics: Blog, Policy Tags: Civic Journalism, Collaboration, Community Engagement, Emerging Trends, Free Press, Grass Roots, Josh Stearns, Journalism That Matters, Media Reform
Resistance is futile: In today's interactive economy, companies that invest as much in the customer experience as they do on their product yield the greatest return. Here’s how it works!
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on March 28, 2013
Topics: Resources, Revenue Tags: Audience Engagement, Business of News, Community Engagement, Engagement Models
A slick way of integrating social strategy through a single tool, this free and premium-priced service lets you schedule automated updates to social media sites, improve message delivery and SEO.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on March 11, 2013
Topics: Distribution, Resources Tags: Audience Development, Audience Engagement, Community Engagement, Community Outreach, Digital Publishing, Distribution, Engagement, Online Community, Online Tools, Social Brands, Social Listening, Social Media, Tactical Tools, Technology
Does the key to journalism's prosperous future hinge on making connections among colleagues, between the media and public, and within the industry itself?
Posted by Emily Harris on January 30, 2013
Topics: Blog, Community Tags: Collaboration, Community Engagement, Engagement Models, Experimentation, Free Press, Future of News, Mediashift, Opportunity, The Civic Commons
An interactive map shows you new tweeps close to your network, helps you see who you interact with most frequently and easily track conversations going on now. Broad audience insight.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on December 21, 2012
Topics: Resources, Technology Tags: Community Engagement, Free Tools, Social Media, Technology, Twitter
JA resources are curated to fuel your success. How to get the most out of the extensive, cross-network collection so you can do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.
Posted by Emily Harris on November 29, 2012
Topics: Blog, Education Tags: Business Models, Community Engagement, Resources, Tools, Training
Improve your audience understanding by capturing reactions in the moment as people read, see or hear your content. The concept of comment threads, but deeply interactive. Embed with a button.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on October 11, 2012
Topics: Community, Resources, Technology Tags: Community Engagement, Innovation, Online Tools
The Civic Commons is designed as a social media environment for civil conversation and action, where the expertise of non-experts contributes to public knowledge. Moulthrop says it’s a form of journalism. “What we’re doing is bringing the public into the conversation in a way that is sophisticated, civil and productive.” The Civic Commons was conceived...
Posted by Emily Harris on September 19, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community, Experiments Tags: Civic Journalism, Community Engagement, Crowdsourcing, Metrics, Ohio, Online Conversations, Partnerships, The Civic Commons
Highlights from our resource Q&A on JReporter, a mobile app for publishers to ask the community for coverage and get it delivered. Aims to increase loyalty; verification and revenue tools built in.
Posted by Emily Harris on September 6, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community Tags: Community Engagement, JJCS, JReporter, Live Chat, Mobile Tools, Reporting Tools