Creating a More Diverse Rolodex: Using Social Media As a Sourcing Tool

Posted on December 13, 2011
On his second day on the job, NPR’s new President & CEO Gary Knell tweeted, “Diversity is essential. We must reflect more of America, be accessible & relevant.” One way NPR is increasing diversity is through social media.
Join NPR and NCME on Wednesday, December 14 at 2pm ET / 11am PT for a webinar on using social media to increase the diversity of your sources. Luis Clemens from NPR will share best practices and discuss the value of developing more diverse sources in journalism. Register now. 

Find more info on the presenters below the jump.
Ann Alquist, Director of Radio Engagement National Center for Media Engagement 
Luis Clemens, Editorial Director of Diversity NPR 


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