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Facebook Weekly Highlights Brings You 'Blood Moon' - Posted April 21, 2014
Facebook Weekly Highlights features photos a... [AllFacebook]

Sigma Delta Chi Award Winners Announced - Posted April 17, 2014
Yesterday, the winners of the SPJ's Sigma Delta Chi awards were announced. You can see a full list of the winners here. Here are some of the highlights: Those of you feeling like Dasani ... [10,000 Words]

Liz Heron Leaves 'WSJ' For Facebook Post - Posted March 12, 2014
Facebook turned to The Wall Street Journal to fill a position based... [AllFacebook]

Which People, Events, And Places Topped Facebook's Year In Review For 2013? - Posted December 9, 2013
It's year in review time at Facebook, and ... [AllFacebook]

How Facebook Is Transforming The News - Posted July 8, 2013
These days, news gets out at an alarming speed. We no longer have to wait for the evening news or the morning paper to fi... [AllFacebook]

Twitter Is Helpful, Accurate Tool For Aid Workers During Emergencies [STUDY] - Posted July 5, 2013
Harvard Medical School researchers examined the information flow on Twitter during the ... [10,000 Words]

A Lot of Media Companies Posted Record Web Traffic Last Month - Posted May 9, 2013
As of right now, we know of four media companies that posted record web traffic numbers last month. This is entirely due to the Boston Marathon bombings. FishbowlNY saw traffic spike too! See, when big news happens, people want to read about it. So they hop on the inf... [FishbowlLA]

Military Intel Gets Help From Semantic Tech In Connecting Big Data Dots - Posted May 1, 2013
It's been a couple of weeks now since the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon, and since then the media and others have been questioning whether there was an intelligence failure at the FBI. It's not an easy question to answer, given how many suspicious persons and activities government agencies must... [semanticweb.com]

When News Breaks, How Does Facebook React? - Posted April 26, 2013
The recent tragedy at the Boston Marathon showed the expanding role of social media when it comes to the ... [AllFacebook]

Hot Twitter Topic: Revising Tweets - Posted April 24, 2013
If you followed the Boston Marathon news last week on Twitter, you likely read lots of false information. Many users tweeted the name of one "suspect" who wasn't and there were endless "this is hap... [AllTwitter]

How Should Brands Respond to Tragedy on Social Media? - Posted April 23, 2013
This post was co-written by the author and his wife, ... [GalleyCat]

Separated at Birth: Pete Williams - Posted April 22, 2013
Yes, yes, we get it. NBC's Pete Williams is a God of News. Throughout last week's manhunt for the bombers of the Boston Marathon, Williams seemed to be among the few trusted journalists in America. While many outlets got the story wrong, Williams remained steady. With Williams getting SO much airtime, we... [FishbowlDC]

How the 'One Fund Boston' Relief Effort Was Created in Seven Hours - Posted April 22, 2013
We talked last week about a company's major PR failure in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. Now, we'd like to share an epic PR win inspired by the same tragedy. Shortly after the attack that killed three and ... [FishbowlDC]

Alleged Boston Marathon Bomber's Twitter Identified - Posted April 19, 2013
Events continue to unfold in the Boston Marathon bombing since last night, with police in hot pursuit of terror suspect Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev. Folks online are in pursuit as well, and have identified the 19-year-old's Twitter account. ... [AllTwitter]

When Will Businesses Learn That Piggybacking On Trending Tragedies Is A Bad Idea? - Posted April 18, 2013
Repeat after me: I will NEVER use a trending tragedy to market my brand. And I will teach my employees to never do this either - or they'll be fired on the spot. Now read this post to see why that pledge is necessary and to marvel at the extr... [10,000 Words]

CNN Focuses on Gap between News and Life - Posted April 16, 2013
There was a day when a 24-hours news network sounded like a brilliant idea. We live in a complex world full of complicated events that highlight the worst and best of humanity. From violent wars and corrupt politicians to heroic deeds and acts of selflessness, how could a network not fill its... [FishbowlDC]

Deja Vu for TIME's Miller - Posted April 16, 2013
Being a journalist intent on using Twitter to push every single aspect of a story has its ups and downs. How do you decide what's interesting, engaging and new? You certainly don't want to tweet the same thing over and over again? You want to keep it fresh. Unless you're TIME's... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Deja Vu for TIME's Miller - Posted April 16, 2013
Being a journalist intent on using Twitter to push every single aspect of a story has its ups and downs. How do you decide what's interesting, engaging and new? You certainly don't want to tweet the same thing over and over again? You want to keep it fresh. Unless you're TIME's... [FishbowlNY]

NY Post Fail? Police Deny Tabloid's Report of Suspect 'Under Guard' [UPDATED] - Posted April 15, 2013
Nearly two hours after bomb blasts at Boston Marathon's finish line killed at least two and injured up to 100, the New York Post reported that authorities were guarding a 20-year-old Saudi Arabian national. ... [FishbowlLA]

Boston Police Seeking Marathon Bomb Tips On Twitter - Posted April 15, 2013
Today, during the Boston Marathon, two explosions went off killing two people and injuring at least 23. As you can imagine, Boston Police want to find who did this - and quickly. Can you help? If you were in Boston and videotaped the finish line, even earlier in the da... [AllTwitter]

News Of Boston Marathon Explosions Spreads Through Facebook - Posted April 15, 2013
Not long after two explosions reportedly killed two people and injured several others Monday at the Boston Marathon, people started using Facebook to not only share news, but to share well wishes for those involved and donate to the American Red Cross. Runners and spectators on the scene have also ... [AllFacebook]

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