Excellence in Journalism 2016: Records requests, ethics guidance, career advice and more

I've sorted the top tips I saw on Twitter during the final day of EIJ according to subject matter.


  1. Digital and technology
  2. Tweets below are from the sessions Everything You Know About Multimedia Storytelling is Wrong with Richard Koci Hernandez (@koci), assistant professor of new media, UC Berkeley; New Orleans News and the New Role of the Press in the Digital Age with Steve Buttry (@stevebuttry), editor blog on digital media The Buttry Diary and director student media, LSU Manship School of Mass Communication; Rebecca Theim (@rebeccatheim), freelance writer, journalism instructor and author, Hell and High Water: The Battle to Save the New Orleans Times-Picayune; S.L. Alexander, lead author, “The Times-Picayune in a Changing Media World: The Transformation of an American Newspaper”; Andrea Miller, co-editor “News Evolution or Revolution: The Future of Print Journalism in the Digital Age” and associate dean, LSU Manship School Mass Communication; Steve Beatty, longtime journalist & editor online newsroom The Lens; Emergence, Excitement & Ethics of Virtual Reality Video with Robert Hernandez (@webjournalist /@VRJournalism), digital journalism professor, USC Annenberg & co-creator of JoVRnalism; Clàudia Prat (@webDOCC), VR producer, Fusion; adviser, Master in Gender and Communication, University Autònoma of Barcelona; Kelly McBride (@kellymcb), vice president, Poynter Institute; Fitting in the News: Creating Personalized Interactives with Sandeep Junnarkar (@sandeep_NYC), director of interactive journalism, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism; Jere Hester (@jere_hester), director of news products and projects, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism