Here’s a sample of what folks are saying about WBUR’s social media events:
Last night I joined a dynamic group of people at WBUR, Boston’s National Public Radio station to Twitter About the Election.
It was quite the hoot, filled with different approaches to using different types of social tools online, including Twitter, to report on the election.
David Boeri, host of WBUR’s Radio Boston, kicked things off with a discussion of using twitter and other social media to source stories or find trends and ideas as they bubble up. He came with an attitude of “beginners mind” and probably left with a headache.
It’s not like I’ve become a WBUR fanboy or anything, but the radio station’s new media department invited its Facebook and Twitter friends to their offices this morning for a tour and informal conversation about social media.
A handful of folks who follow WBUR Radio (90.9 FM) on Twitter gathered at the station this morning for a tour and conversation about the station’s new-media initiatives. That’s “Morning Edition” anchor Bob Oakes behind the glass. (God help me, the event was dubbed a “Tweet-up.”)