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Doodling on the Radio

Oct 9, 2013

If you find yourself doodling endlessly during meetings, you're in good company. WNPR's talk show Where We Live brought together fellow doodlers via radio and Twitter. Producers then created a Storify of audience doodles, along with background articles and videos about the power doodling. President Eisenhower favors shadows in his doodles.

Dispatches From a First-Time Live-Tweeter

Feb 27, 2012

WUSF reporter Bobbie O'Brien live-tweeted for the first time (although you would think she has done this hundreds of times before) earlier this month. During the Florida event — a presentation by Tuskegee airmen -- O'Brien sent 27 tweets and snapped five photos, while simultaneously prepping for her radio story.

Think back to recent presidential caucuses, primaries, conventions, general elections and inaugurations. What sticks out as the most poignant memories? I bet there's an over-the-top hurrah. A concession speech. A convention speech.

Stations' Election Coverage For The Win

Feb 3, 2012
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Super Tuesday is around the corner for the GOP Primary. If you're looking for ideas for planning your station's online political coverage, take a look at these recent examples of great reporting. To cover the New Hampshire primary and Iowa caucuses, several member stations planned in advance and made smart moves to report the news best for their local audience. Check out the stations below that demonstrated excellent online work using social media, partner content and third-party tools.