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Public radio on Twitter

Posted at 3:11 PM on June 2, 2008 by Jon Gordon (1 Comments)

There were very few public radio people on Twitter when I signed up in August of 2007. That's changed. Check out the public media Twitter Pack for a list of people to follow. I'm on there, as are many names you might recognize, including Bob Boilen of All Songs Considered, Clark Boyd from PRI's The World, and MPR's Bob Collins. Others have signed up but rarely use Twitter (can you hear me, Ira Glass?) On the other end of the spectrum you need a tolerance for noise if you follow NPR social media dude Andy Carvin.

I'd rather follow people than programs or organizations, but if you feel differently you can follow NPR News, Whad'Ya Know?, WBUR and MPR.


Comments (1)

A tolerance for noise? Ouch. :-)

Posted by andy carvin | June 3, 2008 8:26 AM