It was a pleasure to sit down with with Dave Aizer for this in-studio interview on ‘Inside South Florida’ discussing the new BSN program at the new West Coast University campus in Miami, careers in nursing and the WCU nursing simulation center.
The Social Media Impact (#SMING14) survey conducted by ING among an international group of journalists and PR professionals shows that dialogue on social media is gaining importance. Journalists widely use social media posts despite having doubts about their reliability. At the same time PR professionals believe that news is becoming less reliable as journalists do less fact-checking.
The ING survey also revealed that a majority of journalists feel less bound by journalistic rules on social media. Social media are increasingly being used as a means of engaging in dialogue, although Dutch PR professionals lag behind their international peers in this respect.
Leaked report admits the iconic news organization is falling behind because it has not embraced the potential of digital platforms.
One of the world’s most venerable news organizations is conducting some serious self-evaluation, according to a report that was recently made public on an industry website. The 96-page report, which was leaked and published online, was written by ten NYT senior staff members, who say: [Read More...]
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