My first guest blogger is none other than KVSC News Director Chris Duffy. I’m proud to report Chris has me to thank for him having to write a new blog entry each week and creating a new chore in his life. Chris is a fine news director at KVSC and has good grasp on reporting the world’s headlines and communication trends. Read on for a comical yet all-so-true blog post on how to appropriately use Facebook as a news reporter. Subscribe to Duffy’s Drivel for his take on the evolving world of communication.
Let’s be honest. Most people use Facebook to procrastinate, stalk their exes and socialize. People don’t deliberately use Facebook to get their news. But more than 500 million people have active Facebook accounts, and it is now the most popular website in the United States. This presents an obvious avenue for news organizations and journalists to connect with their audience. However, Facebook is a social network, and this can present problems, li … Read More
I'm a social media specialist and a graduate of St. Cloud State University with a Masters Degree in Mass Communications with emphasis in PR and Advertising. I did my undergraduate work at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, majoring in the same field. My interests include social media, marketing, photography, running, and traveling.
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Thanks for the shout out! The more people who can be exposed to my world of mediocrity, the better!