How social media editors help news organizations engage audiences

By Bri­an­ny Aybar, UConn Jour­nal­is­m­May 6, 2019 Social media has become an essen­tial part of many Amer­i­cans dai­ly lives. What once was wak­ing up and read­ing the dai­ly news­pa­per or watch­ing TV has now become wak­ing up and imme­di­ate­ly check­ing Twit­ter, Insta­gram or Face­book. Social media has changed the way read­ers find and con­sume news, theCon­tin­ue read­ing “How social media edi­tors help news orga­ni­za­tions engage audiences”

A glimpse into UConn Journalism alumna Kala Kachmar’s post-grad life

Kala Kach­mar, a 2009 grad­u­ate of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Con­necti­cut grad­u­ate, earned a bach­e­lor’s degree in jour­nal­ism and polit­i­cal sci­ence, along with a minor in his­to­ry. She cur­rent­ly works as the city/county gov­ern­ment reporter at the Mont­gomery Adver­tis­er in Alaba­ma. Some of her pre­vi­ous jobs include work­ing as a staff writer at The Chron­i­cle inCon­tin­ue read­ing “A glimpse into UConn Jour­nal­ism alum­na Kala Kachmar’s post-grad life”