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4 ways news organizations are using Twitter Lists

Posted on : 03-11-2009 | By : Vadim Lavrusik | In : Social Media, Twitter

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Excerpt from my Mashable post from today:

Though Twitter Lists are new to most users, some news organizations are trying to stay ahead of the curve by taking advantage of the new feature and implementing it quickly. Whether by creating staff directories to make their journalists easier to find, or recommending tweeps to follow on specific subjects, Twitter lists are giving news sites the ability to curate news and further open up to Twitter users that can help them to gather news. News (news) organizations are beginning to learn the fundamental characteristic of social media: it’s social.