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Season 2009 Episode 1105

Tweeting Question Time

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Tweeting Question Time
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As more and more journalists around the world take to social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, the way that news is reported and consumed is inevitably changing. Blogs and microblogs have broken down the barriers of repressive regimes and changed the way wars are reported. At the same time, they are providing new tools for journalists to communicate or collect information.As part of the Media 140 conference, journalists gathered at the ABC to discuss the potential ramifications on their craft. In this standout session, Australian journalists consider the relationship between Twitter and the reporting of politics.moreless
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