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Advanced Facebook for Journalists

Posted on : 09-18-2009 | By : Vadim Lavrusik | In : Facebook, Journalism school

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Sree Sreenivasan, my dean of student affairs and professor of digital media at the Columbia School of Journalism,  organized some great guests for a webcast today on how journalists can use Facebook. In fact, the Journalism School is teaching how to use Facebook as a tool for journalists, among other social media. The panel included:

Below is the webcast via Blogtalkradio. And also here is a short post from Ben Parr briefly mentioning what the conversation was about (why journalists should use Facebook, the new features, etc.):

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Hey looks like someone's hijacked the soundtrack and it's now touting on behalf of admissions! Luckily Mashable's corresponding article has the link right here:
http://mashable.com/2009/09/18/facebook-journal

Hey looks like someone's hijacked the soundtrack and it's now touting on behalf of admissions! Luckily Mashable's corresponding article has the link right here:
http://mashable.com/2009/09/18/facebook-journal

Thanks for sharing this post. Facebook really helps in many ways.

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