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Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging
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Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging

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Find out how to make your news stories more engaging from this workshop at the Asian American Journalists Association Convention 2013.

Find out how to make your news stories more engaging from this workshop at the Asian American Journalists Association Convention 2013.

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  • 1. Ten Ways to Make Your Story More Engaging AAJA Convention 2013 New York #aajatop10 #aaja13
  • 2. Speakers Sharon Pian Chan @sharonpianchan Associate Opinions Editor, Seattle Times Mandy Jenkins @mjenkins Interactives editor, Digital First Media George Kiriyama @georgekiriyama News Reporter, NBC Bay Area News Jamshid Mousavinezhad @newsday Editor in Chief, Newsday.com Ruth Spencer @ruths Community Coordinator, Guardian U.S. #aajatop10
  • 3. 1. Value the reader/listener/viewer #aajatop10
  • 4. Ask for and value user contributions #aajatop10
  • 5. Make it prominent #aajatop10
  • 6. Feature what users share #aajatop10
  • 7. 2. Broadcast with them: Google Hangout
  • 8. Google Hangouts www.google.com/hangouts #aajatop10
  • 9. 3. Order from chaos: Structured comments
  • 10. Structured comments ask and ye shall receive The ask: #aajatop10
  • 11. Structured comments ask and ye shall receive More comments per page Useful contributions for reporting #aajatop10
  • 12. 4. Follow them: Tumblr
  • 13. Tumblr: make it social http://english2english.theguardian.com #eng2eng #aajatop10
  • 14. 5. Your Swiss army knife: The many uses of Google Forms
  • 15. The many faces of Google forms #aajatop10
  • 16. The many uses of Google forms Add perspective to your stories: http://gu.com/p/3fbfk http://gu.com/p/3e4bn #aajatop10
  • 17. The many uses of Google forms Create stand-alone features: http://gu.com/p/3fhqk http://gu.com/p/3dngy #aajatop10
  • 18. The many uses of Google forms Create a network: http://gu.com/p/3gzh9 #aajatop10
  • 19. Google Forms + Mapalist #aajatop10
  • 20. 6. Map it: Google Maps
  • 21. Google Forms + Maps #aajatop10
  • 22. Google Forms + Maps #aajatop10
  • 23. Crowdmap & Ushahidi #aajatop10
  • 24. 7. Be there with them: In real life
  • 25. Meet Readers IRL
  • 26. More Ways to Meet Readers IRL Office hours and meetups in the community Public spaces in the newsroom Open news meetings #aajatop10
  • 27. 8. Talk them: Live chats
  • 28. Live chats www.scribblelive.com #aajatop10
  • 29. 9. Show them: Photos
  • 30. Instagram, Flickr, Twitter, email http://seati.ms/ido74
  • 31. Tumblr photo submissions http://peepscontest2013.seattletimes.com/ #aajatop10
  • 32. 10. Be a newsroom advocate for engagement
  • 33. Be a newsroom advocate for users #aajatop10
  • 34. Keep diversity in mind! #aajatop10
  • 35. Top Ten Ways to Engage 1. Value your reader/viewer/listener contributions 2. Google Hangouts 3. Structured comments 4. Tumblr 5. Google Forms 6. Crowdsourced maps 7. In real life 8. Live chats 9. Photo campaigns 10. Be a newsroom advocate
  • 36. URLs: bit.ly/aajatop10links Slideshow: bit.ly/aajatop10recap Sharon Pian Chan @sharonpianchan Associate Opinions Editor, Seattle Times Mandy Jenkins @mjenkins Interactives editor, Digital First Media George Kiriyama @georgekiriyama News Reporter, NBC Bay Area News Jamshid Mousavinezhad @newsday Editor in Chief, Newsday.com Ruth Spencer @ruths Community Coordinator, Guardian U.S.

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