Mark S. Luckie

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10,000 Words Founder Mark S. Luckie to Join Twitter - Posted June 13, 2012
Congratulations are in order for 10,000 Words founder Mark S. Luckie who will be leaving The Washington Post to join Twitter as its new creative content manager for journalism. "To say I'm thrilled is an understatement. I'... [TVSpy]

10,000 Words Founder Mark S. Luckie to Join Twitter - Posted June 13, 2012
Congratulations are in order for 10,000 Words founder Mark S. Luckie who will be leaving The Washington Post to join Twitter as its new creative content manager for journalism. "To say I'm thrilled is an understatement. I'... [10,000 Words]

Make Your Own THAT Intern Meme with The Washington Post - Posted June 6, 2012
It's that time of year again where newsrooms across the country are inundated with summer interns. The Washington Post is taking a light hearted approach to summer interns with a fun feature called "Have you seen THAT intern?" where you can turn your questionable intern e... [TVSpy]

The Most Tweeted 10,000 Words Posts of 2011 - Posted December 30, 2011
This was a busy year for 10,000 Words. It saw the departure of founder Mark S. Luckie as a regular contributor and the addition of most, if not all, of our current bloggers. What stayed the same, however, was our commitment to sharing great content with ... [TVSpy]

WebMediaBrands Acquires 10,000 Words Blog - Posted October 5, 2010
WebMediaBrands, the parent company of mediabistro.com, has acquired the blog 10000Words.net from Mark S. Luckie. Luckie is the national Innovations Editor for The Washington Post. The terms of the purchase were not disclosed. "10,000 Words is a perfect fit for the Mediabis... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

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