Archive — Social Shares


Social Shares: Reflecting on how journalists cover rape; a new Tumblr record; the startup influence

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from this week.

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Social Shares: the Guardian embraces open journalism; the legality of Pinterest; NPR’s new ethics handbook

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from last week.

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Social Shares: Lessons from Sundance; covering Jeremy Lin; where your old tech retires

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from last week.

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Social Shares: Who’s downloading your data?; America offline; a new election Source

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from last week.

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Social Shares: A move to make the Supreme Court more accessible and other top stories

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from last week.

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Social Shares: The young reporter’s burdens, a mobile reporting toolkit and Obama’s Hangout

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from last week.

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Social Shares: On new media and the truth

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from last week.

  • Andy Carvin doesn’t know what to call his job (but he is not a “social media guru”.)
  • Geoffrey Stone talks about the role of the free press.
  • Artists make photo series based on locations of public tweets, combining personal stories with public places.
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Social Shares: New tools for the 2012 election and free training

The ONA Issues Tumblr is your platform to define and explore the pressing issues in digital media and get a better fix on how they impact your work. Here are the top five posts from last week.

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