Sign up today for the first of three webinars on social media credibility topics presented jointly by APME and Poynter’s NewsU.
“Journalists and Social Media: Rights and Responsibilities”
Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 2:00 pm Eastern Time
This Webinar will help you build a credible social media platform that will strengthen the relationship with your audience. Equip your staff to employ high standards when posting breaking news in social media streams and better understand public’s expectations from journalists and social media.
Editor of the Statesman Journal, Bill Church discusses the results of the APME Social Media Credibility Project about rights and responsibilities of journalists using social media.
• Examine perceptions from the public and newsmakers on how journalists use social media
• Improve your civic engagement and community expertise through social media
• Discuss ways to restructure your news operation to include social media
APME members qualify for the discounted price of $9.95 by using a code at checkout. Contact Sally Jacobsen for the code.
To sign up, go to: https://www.newsu.org/journalism-social-media-responsibility
(Note: The APME discount cannot be combined with the package deal offered by NewsU for non-APME members.)