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#NABJ12PREP Chat Part II – Ask ANY Question!

The Digital Journalist Task Force is back at it again. Due to the overwhelming success of the first #NABJ12prep twitter chat two weeks ago, we’re doing another twitter chat THIS Wednesday, June 6.

NABJ DJTF OPEN Twitter Chat – Wednesday, June 6, 8pm EST–9pm EST #NABJ12PREP

This time, we’re handing over the choice of twitter chat questions all to you. It will be an entirely open forum in which you will be able to tweet ANY question that you have about the NABJ conference.

We’ve invited all different types of journalists to this twitter chat to insure that everyone’s question is answered.

Below are the people who will be on our twitter chat on Wednesday –

The Entrepreneur Kelly Virella (@kvirella) – Longtime print journalist Kelly Virella recently emerged as a new media entrepreneur with her new website, Dominion of New York.

The Longtime NABJ Conference Attendee  – Kathy Chaney (@kathychaney) – Kathy Chaney is the managing editor of the Chicago Defender and has attended the NABJ conference for seven years straight.

The Recruiter – Stacy Williamson – (@recruiterstacy) She recruits journalists for ESPN and can be found on twitter dispelling the best advice on landing that dream job.

The Broadcaster – Andrew Humphrey – (@andrewhumphrey) Andrew Humphrey founded the Digital Journalist Task Force and is a Meteorologist & Reporter at WDIV-TV Local 4. He’ll join the chat for the first 30 minutes.

The Blogger & Social Media Expert – Natalie McNeal (@frugalista) Former Miami Herald reporter Natalie McNeal turned her Frugalista blog into a successful book and brand.

The Board Member Cindy George (@cindylgeorge)– Cindy is the current parliamentarian of the NABJ and reports on health issues for the Houston Chronicle.

 The Educator – Serbino Sandifer-Walker (@sswalker) – As a multimedia journalism professor and social media scholar at Texas Southern University, Serbino has developed new social media tools for journalists, including the #twitternewschat, and the social media correspondents daily and website

The Student – Ashleigh Atwell – (@ashjournaliste) As a Georgia State University student,  Ashleigh is the Atlanta student NABJ chapter PR rep and last year launched the successful blog about her road to the Philly NABJ conference.



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