New York Times journalists seek reader input on social media use

This is too good not to share: New York Times writers Nick Kristof and Brian Stelter recently sought feedback from their readers about what they like to see journalists do on social media.

NYT social media editor Liz Heron tracked the readers’ responses and collected some of the most interesting:

[View the story “How Should Journalists Use Social Media? @NickKristof’s Fans’ Advice” on Storify]

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  1. Pingback: @NickKristof: Making a Difference with Tweets | WhizBang•PowWow

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