New Media and the Future of News in Erie, PA

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Friday, August 3rd, 2012 at 9:41 AM
New Media and the Future of News in Erie, PA by David Hunter, Epic Web Studios
http://jeserie.org/

Adam Welsh, Cory Vaillancourt, Ben Speggen, Brian Graham and Michael Haas all went to the Jefferson Educational Society on Thursday, August 2nd to present on "New Media and the Future of News in Erie, PA".

In case you missed it, we've compiled the livetweet of the presentation (as done by our intern, Sarah Graham). Our team covered topics such as: the history of media, the history of the Erie Reader, the process to create an issue of the Erie Reader, and social media in the news.

We'd like to take this time to thank the Jefferson Educational Society for hosting us for this lecture, as well as everyone who came out to support us.

For the full livetweet of the lecture, click here: New Media and the Future of News in Erie, PA

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