#wjchat

A weekly Twitter chat on web journalism.

Law + Web journalism

Join us 5-7 p.m. PST on March 24 for a chat about law in the cyberage.

We’ll be discussing:

  • The blogger/journalist debate
  • How to handle corrections
  • Libel, lawsuits….
  • and much more!

As always, send a tweet to @wjchat is you have questions you’d like answered!

Reporting with Social Media

Join us 5-7 p.m. PST on March 17 for a chat about reporting with social media.

We’ll be discussing:

  • Whether your reporting suffers from the immediacy of social media
  • How to interview using Twitter and other tools
  • and much more!

As always, send a tweet to @wjchat is you have questions you’d like answered!

(P.S. I know that the highlights from last week are late, but they’ll be up soon!)

Chat 3.11.10 Numbers: Not the Nightmare You Think They Are

Numbers: Not the Nightmare You Think They Are

Moderated by @gotoplanb, AKA Dave Stanton, Technology Fellow at The Poynter Institute, Instructor at the University of Florida and News design and cognition researcher.

Join us 5-7 p.m. PST for a lively discussion on numbers, data and visualization.

We’ll be discussing:

  • How to get the numbers you need
  • Putting numbers into context for your audience
  • The best kind of visualizations
  • And much, much more!

Got a burning question? Tweet it to @wjchat for consideration.

Highlights from chat 3.3.10: Making it in (and Remaking) Web Journalism

Q1: What is competition like for young journos entering the world v. experienced journos now looking for jobs?

emmacarew: #wjchat Q1 as a young journo facing heavy competition, it’s also hard to value yourself and not settle for a bad deal, seen as cheap labor

KelseyProud: Q1 Tough, b/c you’re often going up against (sometimes) the generation you admire. You have to assert yourself, but be respectful. #wjchat

tchance121: #wjchat Q1 I…

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