Julie Keck

Julie Keck is a social media consultant and filmmaker based in Chicago. She has spoken about social media engagement, crowdfunding, and film at SXSW, the University of Notre Dame, Columbia College, DePaul, the Chicago International Film Festival, and more. Julie is also the social media and newsletter editor for MediaShift. Play with her on Twitter at @kingisafink.

by Julie Keck

1. Twitter Still Has a Major Problem with Employee Diversity (Mark S. Luckie / The Verge) 2. The Internet of Things Is Everywhere, But It Doesn’t Rule Yet (David Pierce / Wired) 3. The App-ocalypse: Can Web Standards Make Mobile Apps Obsolete? (Larry Seltzer / Ars Technica) 4. The Funny, the Weird, the Elaborate, the […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Facebook Confronts The Free Internet Neutrality Dilemma (Josh Constine / TechCrunch) 2. Twitter Pledges to Be More Diverse, Setting Specific Goals for Itself in 2016 (Steven Loeb / Vator) 3. 50 States, 50 Public Records Stories (Kelly Hinchcilffe / Poynter) 4. How the Digital Me Prototype Tells Interactive, Personalized Stories (Mădălina Ciobanu / Journalism.co.uk) […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. On the ‘Digital Frontline,’ Social Media Reporters and Editors Exposed to Vicarious Trauma (Jackie Spinner / Columbia Journalism Review) 2. Reporter Who Resigned Over Adelson Subterfuge Gets $5k Award for “Act of Journalistic Independence” (Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo) 3. Predictions for Journalism 2016: Journalists Turn Activist (Dan Gillmor / Nieman Lab) 4. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Can Donald Trump’s Social Media Genius Take Him All the Way to the White House? (Hannah Jane Parkinson / Guardian) 2.  New Zealand Says U.S. Can Extradite Alleged Piracy Mastermind Kim Dotcom (Kevin Collier / Daily Dot) 3. Review-Journal Editor Steps Down in Wake of Adelson Family Purchase (Brian Stelter v/ CNN Money) 4. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. 42% of Cord-Cutters Don’t Even Subscribe to Home Broadband (Brian Fung / Washington Post) 2. Crain is Diving into Newsletters Based on Who and Where Readers Are (Shan Wang/  Nieman Lab) 3. Predictions for Journalism 2016: Journalism as Relationship Building (Jan Schaffer / Nieman Lab) 4. Researchers Solve Juniper Backdoor Mystery; Signs Point to […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. How the Online Hate Mob Set Its Sights on Me (Jon Ronson / Guardian) 2. Bezos Takes Hands-On Role at Washington Post (Lukas I. Alpert & Jack Marshall / New York Times) 3. What Was Fake on the Internet This Week: Why This is the Final Column (Caitlin Dewey / Washington Post) 4. Nursing […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Why Sheldon Adelson and Jack Ma Will Regret Buying Their Newspapers (Felix Salmon / Fusion) 2. NYT Public Editor Margaret Sullivan Will Depart in 2016 (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter) 3. Michele Norris Leaving NPR, Expanding Her Race Card Project (Brian Stelter / CNN Money) 4. Frontline is Diving Deeper Into VR with $580k from […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Alaska’s Disconnected Schools (Naomi Nix / The Atlantic) 2. New ‘AI-Enhanced’ Big Data Discovery Engine Aids Researchers (D. Frank Smith / EdTech) 3. Georgia Tech Graduates First Class From MOOC Experiment (Tara García Mathewson / Education Dive) 4. How to Engage Your Students With No-Cost Technology (Heather Calabro / Edutopia) 5. What to Expect […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Yes, Sheldon Adelson Bought The Las Vegas Review-Journal (Dan Primack / Fortune) 2. 4 Tips for Engaging Your Community During Breaking News Events (Daniela Gerson / Poynter) 3. When News Gets (Too?) Personal (Margaret Sullivan / New York Times) 4. Predictions for Journalism 2016: The Year Content Claps Back (Sydette Harry / Nieman Lab) […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Wrist Reporting: Testing the Limits of the Apple Watch on Assignment (Lauren Slome / RJI) 2. Germany Makes Facebook, Google, and Twitter Remove Hate Speech Within 24 hours (Andrii Degeler / Ars Technica UK) 3. Majority of Jailed Journalists Worldwide Work Online, Report Finds (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter) 4. Personalized Text Messages: The New […] more »