- — SRI Resources (@SRIResources)Wed, Mar 21 2012 19:42:12Balinska: I would contend the U.S. has never been more inter-connected to the rest of the world than it is now #sriglobal
- — SRI Resources (@SRIResources)Wed, Mar 21 2012 19:28:43Maria Balinska of Latitude News: Contrary to popular belief, Americans DO care about intl news. It's about how we cover it. #sriglobal
- — SRI Resources (@SRIResources)Wed, Mar 21 2012 19:38:39Balinska: What BBC Radio 5 did right: Learned its audience. For example, audience interested in how other European countries live #sriglobal
- — SRI Resources (@SRIResources)Wed, Mar 21 2012 20:39:52Balinska: With LN still being new, we're growing and learning. But we look at our successes by gauging shares and comments #sriglobal
- — McCormick Journalism (@McCormickJrnlsm)Wed, Mar 21 2012 20:52:05Global/local stories could have a news & media literacy teaching angle, says a #sriglobal pariticipant
Rethinking How to Engage Audiences on International Stories at the Local Level
Maria Balinka of Latitude News discusses international news as part of U.S. reporting at the Covering Globalization at the Local Level: Beyond the G8/NATO Summits in Chicago, hosted by the McCormick Foundation's journalism program and the Poynter Institute.
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