Learn audience engagement techniques this summerSuggest edits
Hello, hacks and hackers! The Knight Center is offering a new course in audience engagement called “Know your audience: Strategies for increasing reach & engagement of your journalism” this summer.
The course will run from July 15 to August 11 and is taught by the Texas Tribune’s chief audience officer Amanda Zamora. Find out more here.
Worth a read:
- Twitter announced it will no longer attach locations to tweets, except for photos, striking a win for privacy but a loss for social media geolocation.
- Poynter held its sixth annual international fact-checking summit last weekend, and shared nine of its biggest lessons.
- Yongjin Kim, editor-in-chief and chief executive of the Korea Center for Investigative Journalism, says it’s time for investigative reporters to develop a “video state of mind.”
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|China||South China Morning Post||Product Executive|
|South Africa||The Citizen Justice Project||Project Officer|
|UK||BBC||Journalist, Shared Data Unit|
|UK||The Jewish Chronicle||Freelance Junior Designer|
|US||Atlantic Media||Senior Web Developer|
|US||Cascade Public Media||Audience Engagement Manager|
|US||CNBC||Data Visualization Journalist|
|US||Emerson College||Data Journalism Professor|
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|US||Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel||Data Journalist|
|US||NBC||Senior Software Engineer|
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|US||Roger Williams University||Journalism Professor|
|US||Voice of America||Interactive News Developer|
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|US||WGBH||Senior Design Manager|