writers spoke up about their thoughts on media in the courtroom this week. Here’s a look at what they had to say:
- Ordered to leave a murder trial, WCCO’s Murphy fights back –
David Brauer, writer and blogger at MinnPost.com’s Braublog, discusses the issue of cameras in Minnesota courtrooms.
- Twitter in the Courtroom – Blogger at PRetty Social, Nicole VanScoten, shares her observations about local print and broadcast media twittering from the courtroom of a high profile murder trial.
- Shrinking Newsrooms Wage Fewer Battles for Public Access to Courtrooms – Will bloggers take on the responsibilty of fighting for courtroom access? The New York Times expores this issue as traditional media continues to wane.
Here are a handful of other articles I enjoyed this week:
- Is personality a strategy? – Proof that personality is paramount in dictating the success of your business.
- Changing the 10/80/10 rule in online communication – Social media gives you the opportunity to help unhappy critics to become satisfied customers
- Are we too worried with finding the ROI of social media? – See how some of the most effective top-tier businesses measure (or don’t measure) their efforts
Enjoy these reads and have a great weekend!