By Benét J. Wilson, DJTF co-chair, Online Managing Editor-Business Aviation, Aviation Week Group
Editor’s note: the Digital Journalism Task Force is holding a BlogTalkRadio session Tuesday, Jan. 11 from noon to 1:00 p.m. on this year’s convention. Our panel, which features convention chair Rod Hicks, programming chair Dr. Sybril Bennett and Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists President Sarah Glover, will discuss what members can expect at this year’s event. Bennett will also offer guidance on what she and the Programming Committee will expect for this year’s workshops and panels. We’ll also leave time for your questions. I hope you can join us.
Also, we will be migrating this blog to www.nabj.org one week from today. It will now only be available to NABJ members. The decision was made as NABJ continues efforts to build value in having a membership. We’ll keep this page ope and available as a resource, and our old posts will continue to be available here. Members, please go to nabj.org and click on the link for the Digital Journalism Task Force.
So here we are in 2011, ready to look ahead and make our resolutions. You can check out my plans for 2011 over at my Aviation Queen blog. And in that spirit, today’s Fast Five are all things you can use to help you with your resolutions. Enjoy!
- 10000 Words – 6 innovative uses of Tumblr by newsrooms
- BlogHer – 3 Essential Online Tools for Finding Your Next Job!
- DNAInfo – Six Ways Journalists Can Use Twitter Better
- Online Journalism Review – Video journalism in the palm of your hand: Making the most out of Flip and cell phone video
- Teaching Online Journalism – Online video, audiences, sharing: Putting it all together
- Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute – Mobile Journalism Reporting Tools Guide
- Networked – Writeboard: A free web tool that makes it easy to collaborate on a project
- MakeUseOf – 2 Dead Simple Ways To Start Your Own Email Newsletter
- Poynter – What journalists need to know about starting a nonprofit business
- Top Rank – 9 Essential Social Media Tips for Beginners