As journalists, our job is to connect with our communities, inspire conversations, and create dialogue between our viewers. Social media is the perfect way to obtain this. Click on the images below to see how I use these social media tools to connect with various audiences.
Psychology of Crime in the News
From burglars to serial killers, human trafficking to missing children, I cover it all in this blog. I examine current crime stories and intertwine it with different elements of psychology to compose blog entries on interesting topics. It's all you ever wanted to know about crime in the news.
Tara's Tales: Adventures of a Journalist
This blog is for those who wonder what the world of journalism is all about, or even for those more experienced journalists. I take them along in my journey through the crazy world of journalism, giving them a chance to relive all the enlighting experiences I encounter. It's a looking glass into anything and everything journalistic.
Tweeting From The Field
Tweeting from the field is a great way to take your viewers along with you on your story. Not only does it provide useful bits of knowledge throughout the day, but it encourages them to tune in for the newscast. Twitter is also a great way to build a strong, loyal group of followers; this is done by interacting with them. In addition, Twitter is another outlet for story ideas.
LinkedIn provides a way for journalists to pursue connections in a very professional manner!