Congratulations to the #NPRKnight Twitter scavenger hunt contest winners!
(Read more about the tasks in the scavenger hunt and how the winners were selected in "How the #NPRKnight Scavenger Hunt Contest Works.")
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Stohs-Krause's tweets are engaging, interesting and varied. In addition to the scavenger hunt tasks, she shared live-tweets from a Brony conference, calls for sources on stories about foster care and guerrilla gardening, photos and more.
Honorable Mention: Jenny Radelet, KCRW. Radelet's voice comes through with her mix of images, story links and conversations on Twitter. Follow that Tweeter, stat.
Howlin dived right into the scavenger hunt. Since, Howlin has continued to use Twitter to share behind-the-scenes looks at her work at KUHF in Houston (including a lego Hagrid!).
Many of Colorado Public Radio's staff participated in the scavenger hunt, and use Twitter in a smart way as journalists. The staff shared peeks behind-the-scenes, useful lists for following various topics in Colorado, internal hashtag competitions, and some tips for the other radio reporters on Twitter.
Honorable mention: KCRW. You can find a little bit of everything from the KCRW staff on Twitter. Find some of them here.
Congratulations again to the winners and thanks to everyone for playing! Check out past winners in past versions of the contest here.