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Social Media - A Handbook for Journalists

According to the authors, 'Today social media are a natural part of the everyday lives of people all over the world. With 4.5 million Facebook users, for example, Sweden is no. 38 on the list of the countries with most Facebook users. This makes social media fantastic tools for communicating with our audience. We can use them to spread our material, expand our networks, gain new knowledge and receive invaluable help in our journalistic work. By being present where our audience is, and showing that our communication is seriously intended, we can become credible and relevant also for those who have no previous relationship with Swedish Radio. If you are working with a niche station, a cutting edge programme or a language minority, social media give you the opportunity of becoming a hub in an... Show More
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