Interaction on Twitter Enhances Journalists’ Credibility

Natalie Jomini Stroud | American Press Institute

Journalists can use Twitter in many different ways. They can reveal personal details or maintain a purely professional profile. They can interact with their followers or focus on tweeting news and information.

 

Those choices journalists make about how to behave on Twitter can influence what people think about them, according to new research from assistant professor Mi Rosie Jahng of Hope College and assistant professor Jeremy Littau of Lehigh University.

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