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on January 27, 2009 at 6:36:20 pm
 

Welcome to My Creative Team's Twittering Journalists Wiki

 

NOTE: I can not add any more editor users at this time. So, drop me a note - harry at my-creativeteam (dot) com - if you have updates to the list.

 

As a means to help PR people keep up with journalists and media outlets utilizing the social media microblogging application Twitter, My Creative Team has begun this wiki. The list initially was compiled at our blog, THINKing, from information provided by Red66, CNET, Poynter, as well as Twitter keyword searches on terms such as "journalist" and "reporter". Additionally, we found some Twitter accounts to be very helpful references, including @reportingon and @usnews. With this wiki now online, we look forward to having others contribute to the list. I've broken the list into sections, one for media people and one for media outlets. If you make additions, please keep them in alphabetical order.

 

 

MEDIA PEOPLE USING TWITTER

 

MEDIA OUTLETS USING TWITTER

 

 

 

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