sree sreenivasan

Columbia Journalism Professor
Poynter Visiting New Media Professor
WNBC-TV Tech Reporter
http://www.Sree.net
http://www.SreeTips.com


News Orgs Take Social Media Seriously by Hiring Editors to Oversee Efforts

I am watching with interest the rise in the number of journalists with the title of social media editor (or something similar) within news organizations. This signals how seriously media outlets are taking social media, thinking about it strategically and … Read more

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Archived Chat: How Can Twitter Best Practices Help Me Teach Journalism?

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In this week’s live educator chat, Columbia University’s Sree Sreenivasan provided various examples of best practices in Twitter and explained how these best pracices can help journalism educators in their teaching.  

Sreenivasan pointed to “Twitter Guide for Newbies and Read more

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MyYouTube

I recently sent around a YouTube video I had created about one of my journalism heroes, Reggie Stuart, corporate recruiter for McClatchy. You can see the piece and video about Stuart at this link – or just watch the … Read more

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Tracking Media Changes

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Photoshop Alternatives

I am a fan of Adobe Photoshop, the powerful image-editing software that graphic designers love. But I find myself using it less often than I used to. In fact, my usage has fallen off dramatically. The main reason is … Read more

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Save This Tip, 2005

Time for the annual year-end roundup
of our favorite Web Tips. The idea is to put together a list of
the most useful tips, Web sites and columns from the past year so that
you can have them all in one place. You’ll … Read more

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Save This Tip!

We let 2006 slip by without doing our annual roundup of our most useful tips, Web sites and columns. To make amends for that, let’s start the year with some useful lists.


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Tracking Books

We’ve all heard about authors obsessed with the Amazon.com rankings of their books — some who go as far as temporarily manipulating the rankings by buying copies of their own books in bulk. But non-authors are often interested in book … Read more

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Sites We Read

I am often asked for a list of Web sites I read. I am equally curious about what some of my friends, colleagues and readers read, so I thought I would turn this into a group exercise. I will, starting … Read more

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LinkedIn, Anyone?

 

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Like many journalists, I like to think that I am not just in the journalism business, but that I am also in … Read more

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