After sending her a topic idea for this week’s #collegejourn — an online discussion for college journalists — Suzanne Yada told me “the pros are certainly invited.” I laughed and replied that “the way I see it, college students are the experts.”
So here is a list of 10 experts that tweeting journalists should follow. I’m also including links to their blogs [b] and, since most of them are on other networks, links to their Delicious [d], Publish2 [p2], and Wired Journalists [wj] pages.
- @alanataylor: Alana Taylor, journalism student at NYU [b - p2]
- @BenLaMothe: Ben LaMothe, ePublishing graduate student at City University London [b]
- @ckanal: Craig Kanalley, journalism graduate student at DePaul University [b - p2 - wj]
- @danielbachhuber: Daniel Bachhuber, junior environmental sciences and journalism student at the University of Oregon [b - d - wj]
- @emilyingram: Emily Ingram, news-editorial and advertising student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln [b - d - p2 - wj]
- @emilykostic: Emily Kostic, journalism student at Rowan University [b - wj]
- @greglinch: Greg Linch, journalism and political science student at University of Miami [b - d - p2 - wj]
- @joeybaker: Joey Baker, communications photography and political science student at Syracuse University [b - p2 - wj]
- @laurenmichell: Lauren Michell, journalism/new media student Cal Poly [p2 - wj]
- @suzanneyada: Suzanne Yada, journalism and business student at San Jose State University [b - d - p2 - wj]
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