Reporter Cody Bloomsburg, covering the 2011 Montana Legislature for the UM School of Journalism’s Community News Service, put out a great feature this week on the growing use of Twitter among legislators and activists in Helena.
MySpace announced that it has partnered with Facebook to let users get their Facebook information into MySpace.
Should websites provide users with informal rules as to how their comments will be moderated and reviewed?
Two weeks ago, the Chronicle launched a weekend version of its website.
Montana Tea Party members are using social networking tools to connect with each other and spread their message, according to KBZK’s Erin Yeykal.
Social networking has been much on our company’s mind lately, so much so that I’m part of a corporate committee that meets regularly to talk… Read More »Point of discussion: Should the Chronicle put promotional updates on its Facebook page?
Bozeman Deaconess Hospital has jumped onto the social media bandwagon, chiming in with a Twitter account just a few days ago. The hospital’s marketing and… Read More »Bozeman Deaconess Hospital joins Twitter
The Gallatin Valley Food Bank not only has a Twitter account — first tweet sent out not 10 hours ago — but it’s been tweeting out its wish list.
Some rather crazy numbers from the second annual Middleberg/SNCR Survey of the Media in the Wired World.