Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder and media darling, will be making an appearance this Sunday on CNN’s Reliable Sources.
You can catch Stone talking about the journalism industry with host Howard Kurtz live this Sunday on Kurtz’ Reliable Sources. The show critiques the media itself, examining how journalists do their jobs and how the media affects the very stories they cover.
Sunday’s show will include a segment with three prominent journalists discussing the topic “Media Jump in as Liberals Revolt over President Obama; GOP Tax Cut Compromise” before Stone is set to come on.
Kurtz will be talking with Stone about the evolution of Twitter, keeping an eye on how this affects journalism. We anticipate that they’ll touch on topics like the recent purchase of the #elections Promoted Trend by the Washington Post, and how capturing a conversation on Twitter can be good business for a media organization. They will also likely talk about how journalists are using Twitter to break news stories, and possibly how citizen journalists can harness Twitter themselves.
For more information about the show itself, you can visit the Reliable Source website.
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