Results for: multimedia journalism
Article ItemSocial media expert gives bird’s-eye view on Twitter spat with NPR, PBS , article
Mike Horning, an associate professor of multimedia journalism at Virginia Tech’s School of Communication, provides perspective on Twitter’s increasingly volatile relationship with news organizations and the advantages and disadvantages of Musk’s approach.
Article ItemSocial media expert discusses consequences of changes for TikTok, Twitter , article
Mike Horning, an associate professor of multimedia journalism at Virginia Tech’s School of Communication, discusses what these developments could mean for these embattled yet still highly influential social media platforms.
Article ItemCNN director’s dramatic downfall follows unrealistic expectations, says media expert , article
In German, “licht” means “light.” CNN CEO Chris Licht’s light has gone out with his resignation, ending his chaotic time in the cable news network’s top job after a mere 13 months. The resignation follows on the heels of devastating behind-the-scenes coverage and revelations that Licht had lost the support of staff and colleagues.
Article ItemAlumna takes her love of journalism to CNN , article
Priscilla Alvarez graduated with a degree in multimedia journalism in 2014. She took the skills she learned at Virginia Tech to CNN, where she works as a White House reporter.
Article ItemNew social media platform Threads builds competition among rivals, says expert , article
The financial woes of the microblogging app Twitter under the ownership of tech mogul Elon Musk have potentially made the company vulnerable to competition from other social media platforms. Threads, the newest venture from Meta, has become Twitter’s biggest rival in less than a week. According to Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, Threads registered 100 million users within five days.