Social media has changed the business of journalism.
Now, thanks to smartphones with built-in, high-resolution cameras and platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, anybody can be the source of news. Each and every one of has the ability to be the first person on the scene and document the events.
But being a source for a story doesn’t make you a journalist. So how do you find one? This infographic from Daretocomment.com looks at how to reach and influence journalists with social media.
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