It’s amazing to think that we’ve chatted in #EditorTherapy every Wednesday night for an entire semester (and part of the summer). This post highlights what I’ve learned during these conversations with student editors.
Editors don’t just want to be good at their jobs… they want to be the best. Editor aspirations, and becoming the best editor you can be, were the topic of a recent #EditorTherapy chat. This post includes some of the key lessons from that discussion.
Student media staffs tend to lose some staffers from semester to semester. This post includes lessons on how to retain quality staffers.
Working with friends in the newsroom can be a lot of fun. It also can be taxing at times. Here are lessons from the #EditorTherapy chat on working with friends.
Planning for and implementing annual newspaper editions is the topic for this week’s #EditorTherapy chat. Please join us at 9 p.m. CST Nov. 18.
Mobile isn’t an option with 15 percent of your student target audience looking at your content online. When is the last time you looked at the mobile version of your site? What needs to be improved? This post outlines why it’s important to recognize and make those improvements now.
Congrats on your new newsroom management role! You should be excited. You also should be aware of some of the challenges ahead and prepare to manage them. Here are tips to guide you in your new management job.