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Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Tips for livebloggers
"Liveblogging" – basically, real-time reporting from an event, game or conference – can be a compelling tool in the right circumstances. Bureau reporters in DC used it recently to post frequent updates during the Petraeus' Iraq testimony, and many others in the company have employed it elsewhere.
Here are some tips from veterans of the conference liveblogging circuit that may be useful for staffers who intend to do it. I'd love to hear about your experiences in doing so.
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