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The Case for the Social Media Coordinator

/ January/February 2018

Can Elected Officials Censor Their Critics on Social Media?

Greg Bluestein, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / December 21, 2017

Facebook to Add Two More Data Centers to Former Oregon Timber Town

Mike Rogoway, The Oregonian / December 13, 2017

Is Your Governor Blocking Constituents?

Derek Kravitz, Terry Parris Jr., Leora Smith, ProPublica / December 11, 2017

Putting Government Podcasting on the Map

/ December 2017

Social Media Analytics 101

/ December 2017

Portland, Ore., Commissioner’s Social Media Raises Public Records Questions

Jessica Floum, The Oregonian / November 22, 2017

Government Turns to Its Staff to Connect to Citizens Online

Katherine Barrett, Richard Greene, Governing / November 10, 2017

Social Media Quickly Becoming a Crime-Fighting Tool in Albuquerque, N.M.

Maggie Shepard, Albuquerque Journal / November 6, 2017

Tech Startups Can Help Revitalize Both Ends of Your Ballot

Paul W. Taylor / November 6, 2017

Vance County, N.C., Commissioners to Vote on Social Media Policy

Rachael Riley Henderson, Daily Dispatch / November 2, 2017
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WHO TO FOLLOW

Ty Wood: #SocialMedia Coordinator for Louisville Metro @CityofClovisCA and @ClovisPolice_CA.

@TyWood98

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