FH Podcast: Journalists & Digital #1

May 5, 2011

Today we launch a short series of podcasts “Journalists & Digital” in which we talk to EU affairs reporters about how they use digital tools in their daily work. Using blogs and Twitter (Foursquare is still for fun –  as you will hear) has been game changing for journalists. But while the reporters speaking in this series are actively using digital tools,  they are still waiting for Brussels to talk back to them on-line. So – lots of potential remains.

First up is Financial Times’ correspondent Stanley Pignal (@spignal and http://blogs.ft.com/brusselsblog/author/stanleypignal/). Stanley talks digital deadlines, Facebook friend requests and blogging interns.

Click here to listen to this edition of the podcast.

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    […] In a podcast, the Financial Times’ Brussels correspondent, Stanley Pignal, stated that the EU blogosphere limps after numerous blogs in many of its member states. He further claimed that many of the existing blogs are poorly written. […]

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