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  • Sign up for upcoming webinars on mobile reporting, online tools and Twitter

  • Check out the lineup on GateHouse Media's webinars, including mobile reporting and desktop tools for reporters, plus Twitter basics and tools. Be sure to sign up now.

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  • GateHouse News & Interactive Division has two upcoming webinars. As part of our guest series, Mandy Jenkins, who works for Huffington Post, will lead a webinar on mobile reporting and desktop tools for reporters. And GateHouse manager of content development Jean Hodges will offer training on Twitter basics and tools
    Check out the details and find links to sign up now.
    Twitter Basics & Tools
    June 30
    3 p.m. Eastern
    Please register using this link
    For audio, please use this conference call number:
    (877) 411-9748
    6309568834
    DETAILS:
    TWITTER BASICS & TOOLS: Are you wondering how Twitter works for news organizations? Learn about Twitter’s role in driving traffic to your website, Twitter terminology and tools to help you manage your tweets. This session is perfect if you’re just getting started on Twitter or you want to know how to maximize your use of this social media tool.
    INSTRUCTOR: Jean Hodges is manager of content development for GateHouse News & Interactive Division. Before moving into a national training role, Jean led the development of GateHouse News Service. She’s worked as an award-winning reporter, page designer and editor at newspapers in New Mexico, Texas and Illinois, most recently at the Daily Southtown, which is part of the Sun-Times Media Group.
    Reporting Tools -- Mobile & Desktop
    July 20
    3 p.m. Eastern
    Please register using this link
    For audio, please use this conference call number:
    (877) 411-9748
    6309568834
    DETAILS:
    REPORTING TOOLS — MOBILE & DESKTOP: How you can use your phone to report news and what free web tools are out there for stories you're writing from your desktop.
    INSTRUCTOR: Mandy Jenkins is the Social News Editor for The Huffington Post. Prior to this, she was the social media editor for Washington, D.C., local news startup TBD and the Cincinnati Enquirer.  Mandy has also worked in online news at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and as a newsroom producer for WKSU, an NPR affiliate in Northeast Ohio.  In her free time, she blogs on new media and social media issues at Zombiejournalism.com.

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