Thursday, August 13, 2009

Interesting use of Twitter and Facebook by TV assignment editor

Check out what Misty Montano is doing at CBS4 in Denver. She's using Twitter during her shift as an assignment editor at the Denver TV station in a way that seems to enrich the station's connection with the community and deepens its news report. What she's doing seems like a conversation with the community rather than a feed of news reports. Worth following.


  1. Here in Evansville, IN, a lot of our TV stations (WFIE, WEHT, WTVW) have reporters communicating back and forth with the community via Twitter and Facebook (more so Twitter, though). Whether it's news headlines, what's going on in the area, or just story ideas/feedback, they use it -- online and on air.

    Our paper, the Evansville Courier & Press also has some reporters and employees on Twitter.

  2. Absolutely charming John. Inspiring to see you diving into the new media world. Lovely first work.

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