We feel it every day, but now we have some data to prove it: Boston is the most competitive market in the nation for social media.
As I spoke on the #JournalismRedefined panel about social media in local journalism, I found myself putting into words ideas that hadn’t been conscious before.
I try to answer these questions: Should we allow ourselves to use filters in photos or videos we take of news situations? What photo enhancements, if any, are allowable?
In Twitter parlance (twarlance?) the @ symbol always precedes a name and the # always precedes the subject. So why do newsrooms try to turn their own name into a hashtag?
The Twittersphere is a vast and confusing place, full of clutter. Here are my suggestions for cutting through it all.