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New writing for new media

Your readers have changed, your media has changed, you have changed. Here's how to try to keep up.
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Rod Satterthwaite

on 31 March 2016

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Transcript of New writing for new media

New writing for new media
Use humor
(wisely)
Play with
tradition
Alternative
story forms
Five steps to keep your publication relevant
to your student body
You have readers who process information in new ways. Help them understand their world.
contact information:
Rod Satterthwaite, MJE
rodney.satterthwaite@gpschools.org
313.432.5436
300 word features
Write for the non-readers
columns
Use social media, your readers
Write with design
in mind

http://www.sptimes.com/2005/01/28/Tampabay/After_the_sky_fell.shtml
Q and A format
the edge
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1029885/index.htm
http://www.timharrower.com/
twitter
facebook
Storify
http://storify.com/
content drives design
think like a web designer
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