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The above gets my competitive juices flowing. (more…)

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Twitterati at 90.9

Twitterati at 90.9

My personal thanks to those who attended last evening’s meet-up, the highlight of which was an intense, wide-ranging conversation about The Boston Globe. The fallout from the newspaper industry going belly up was passionately discussed, including how this would impact other journalistic entities like, for example, WBUR.

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"Ring and Spring" Microphones, originally uploaded by jschneid.

Vivian Schiller, who helms National Public Radio, spoke from DC with Tom Ashbrook yesterday. Check out the lively conversation the interview elicited on the website. Get any two radio listeners into a room…. (more…)

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That Time Again

Hey! Didja hear? Our monthly tradition continues this Wednesday evening at 6 :00.

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First Tweet-Up of 2009

Thank you to all who braved the dark New England night, the deep winter chill, and a malfunctioning T to gather at the station. It was a record turnout that had us within a gnat’s breath of trampling the fire code.

This is what happens when someone with 35,000 followers retweets you. (more…)

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Obama wins!, originally uploaded by birdfarm.

Our headlines are filled with examples showing just how far we have to go, but this presidential election is testament to how far we’ve come. — WBUR Anchor Delores Handy Brown

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Clint Cavanaugh introduces the Twitterati to the WBUR studios during the fourth social media event, originally uploaded by WBUR.

Last evening’s social media event drew our largest crowd to date. I guesstimate about 30+ people passed through our doors. Thank you to all who braved traffic-clogged Commonwealth Avenue and those insufferable stuffed-to-busting Green Line trains. I hope you found the event justified the hassle. And I was glad to see about 12 folks at the post-session eat-and-drink. The Sunset owes me a commission. 😉 (more…)

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