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Tom Watson
Sulzberger is right in his proxy memo to staff - NYT reporters shouldn't tweet. They're leaking trust.
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Shannon Sep 7
Replying to @tomwatson
I've noticed a trend with NYT reporters taking umbrage to responses to the context of an individual tweet vs their body of work.
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Shannon Sep 7
Replying to @tomwatson
It's like they don't understand how Twitter works.
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tiburke Sep 8
Replying to @tomwatson
It's not just the tweeting.
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Tom Watson Sep 8
Replying to @tiburke
No it's not - but it provides insight into personal bias.
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Kevin O'Keefe Sep 8
Replying to @tomwatson @nytimes
. Where did Sulzberger say reporters ought not use Twitter? I see only memo to limit political comments re preferences.
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Tom Watson Sep 8
Replying to @kevinokeefe @nytimes
Yep just the latter. He hasnt, but I've heard of unhappiness in the publisher's suite.
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Kevin O'Keefe Sep 8
Replying to @tomwatson @nytimes
The innovation report in 2014 aptly described future of journalism - need for reporters to distribute stories socially
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Kevin O'Keefe Sep 8
Replying to @tomwatson
and if they are not building trust and social media equity on Twitter their stories will not get distributed
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Allan Hoving Sep 8
forget trust, it's now about whether content loads quickly on mobile
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