Thursday, February 14, 2013 - Wednesday, February 27, 2013Events
Every year the Reynolds Fellows carry out major projects aimed at enhancing the practice or understanding of journalism or advertising. Curious to know what they're up to? Join the Reynolds Fellows at a series of brown bag sessions throughout the month.
One common thread running through all the findings of this annual survey is that while larger markets were more competitive, optimism was greater in the smaller markets regarding the future and both print and digital revenues.
The real research now begins over at Mizzou, where professors are going to look at the regional tweeters, follow-up with some of them (more on that in the next few weeks) and then analyze the impact of Twitter use in debate viewing and coverage.
The vice presidential debates drew 3.5 million Tweets Oct. 11 from across the nation in 90-minutes, largely reacting to candidates’ heated exchanges and sparring more than specific domestic or foreign issues.