Please note that this circle only covers organizations, not individual journalists, columns or shows.
Unfortunately, once circles are shared, they cannot be updated until they are shared again. We will be sure to re-share this circle at some point in the future.
Please add any sources that we have missed to the running list of comments here: http://bit.ly/vHge9M or as a comment below - thank you!
Edited to add: This is a large circle. If you would like to pick and choose which of these news organizations you would like to add to your own circles, you can select from the list. You don't need to add an entire circle's contents when adding a circle.
Wall Street Journal http://bit.ly/AjHcbB
Associated Press http://bit.ly/zItAmJ
Breaking News (MSNBC) http://bit.ly/z0pJFA
Washington Post http://bit.ly/y4KEOt
New York Times http://nyti.ms/zmKfNz
The Guardian http://bit.ly/wKdIIM
The Atlantic http://bit.ly/xENswC
(Cross-post from Tumblr - http://bit.ly/xk1OkW. Note - I don't spend a lot of time on G+ so please comment on my site too if there's something you want to ask me directly.)
In the early 1990s when I began my career in PR there were clip reports. These were physical books that contained press clips. It seems downright archaic now but that’s how I learned about the press - by cutting, pasting up and photocopying clippings. My fascination with the media never abated.
Today my role is to form insights into how the entire overlapped media landscape - the pros, social channels, and corporate content - is rapidly evolving and to help Edelman clients turn these learnings into actionable strategies. As part of this effort, I spend a lot of time with not only the social platforms but journalists and media execs.
Today I am re-launching my Tumblr site with a new name, a new focus and a new format. The site, now called The Clip Report, is a virtual scrapbook about the emerging future of media. It will be visual in nature with more frequent postings in the form of scrapbook pages. These pages will feature a mash-up of text and images, just like a real scrapbook.
It all kicks off today with a 15-page installment of The Clip Report. The photo set above includes the introduction. The full PDF version is available on Tumblr or on Slideshare. I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
If you see an eyewitness report posted from a breaking news story here on Google+, please tip us by adding a comment with +Breaking News. We'll also be keeping an eye on the #breakingnews hashtag. We'll share the best reports as we discover them.
And if you're a news organization getting started with a branded page, please let us know so we can add you to our circles!
- Breaking NewsDeputy Managing Editor, 2011 - present
- The Associated PressAudience and Engagement Manager, 2006 - 2011
Lauren McCullough is an award-winning journalist and social media strategist. She has traveled the country, speaking on the use and importance of digital and social media tools.
Lauren joined Breaking News in July 2011. Breaking News is a personal news alert service with a focus on audiences on mobile and social media. Our editors curate the biggest stories as they happen, 24 hours a day, from hundreds of news and eyewitness sources.
In her role as Audience and Engagement Manager for The Associated Press, Lauren oversaw the newsroom’s social media efforts, including the flagship accounts on Facebook and Twitter and more than 20 other corporate accounts. She directed the work of AP’s journalists around the world in pursuing sources from social networks, as well as promoting AP and member content.
Lauren was recognized by the Associated Press Managing Editors Association with the 2008 John L. Dougherty Award. She has also been awarded two AP Beat of the Week awards for her work with citizen journalists during the 2009 Hudson River plane splashdown and the 2007 Minnesota bridge collapse.
Lauren was a 2010 fellow in The Punch Sulzberger Executive News Media Leadership Program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She’s a 2004 graduate of Hofstra University. Prior to joining the AP, Lauren worked for Newsday.com in Melville, N.Y., and The Post-Star in Glens Falls, N.Y.