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Best of DEG: Backyard Industry

Posted by Scott Willey, PBS Digital Studios on

WILL was one of the recipients of the PBS Digital Studios DSLR grant. Their series, Backyard Industry, premiered this week. In this episode, they examine a local ramen chef.

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Social Media Spotlight: 8 Must-Have Apps

Posted by Natalie Benson | PBS Social Media on

After a short hiatus, we are now back to our regularly scheduled programming for our SM Spotlight series. In this month's post, we want to share some apps and tools we are either using, or will be experimenting with, that you might find helpful. Check out the list, and let us know in the comments if there are any other apps you would add.

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4 Things We Learned from SMW, Part 2

Posted by Jen Carter | Sr. Associate | PBS Digital on

Earlier this week, we shared some insider tips and tricks that PBS Digital staff picked up while at Social Media Week: NYC 2014 in the first installment of this series. To round out the discussion, we wanted to share a few more key takeaways we scribbled (or, rather, typed) into our notes.

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4 Things We Learned from SMW, Part 1

Posted by Brionne Griffin | Marketing Associate | PBS Digital on

Two weeks ago, a few of us from PBS Digital boarded the train headed for the Big Apple. Our mission: Learn all the insider secrets and best practices for the social media world of today.

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Best of DEG: Original SC

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Original SC is a 20 episode series from South Carolina Educational TV featuring stories of everyday South Carolinians living, working and experiencing all the Palmetto State has to offer. The series is a part of PBS Digital Studios.

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6 Tips for Your First Twitter Chat

Posted by Bridget Shirvell, Audience Engagement Specialist, PBS NewsHour on

PBS NewsHour hosts a weekly Twitter chat, drawing countless tweeters from all over the twittersphere. In this week's post, Bridget shares her top tips for anyone looking to host their own Twitter chat.

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Expert Twitter Tips: #NewsHourChats

Posted by Bridget Shirvell, Audience Engagement Specialist, PBS NewsHour on

PBS NewsHour hosts a weekly Twitter chat, drawing countless tweeters from all over the twittersphere. What's their secret to success? Let's find out from the woman in charge of it all.

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What's Your Digital Strategy: Illinois Public Media Pt.1

Posted by Jack Brighton, Director of New Media and Innovation at Illinois Public Media on

We all too often think the digital media landscape has already gone through its most important evolutionary phases and has grown stagnate by reaching its apex of expansion. This couldn't be further from the truth in a lot of respects.

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Franklin BBQ on the Big Screen

Posted by Sara Robertson, KLRU Creative Director on

After raising more than $19,000 on IndieGoGo, KLRU launched BBQ with Franklin, one of the most droolworthy web series YouTube has ever seen. Now, a year-and-a-half later, KLRU is launching a broadcast series of the same name to air on numerous local PBS stations around the country, leaving countless BBQ cravings in its wake. The only downside? The series doesn't come with samples.

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Best of DEG: 24 Frames from KTTZ

Posted by Scott Willey on

"There are 24 hours in a day. There are still 24 frames in a second of video. 24 Frames captures life at the speed you live it."

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