The scandal surrounding a tweet by U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner has Washington buzzing and the politician scrambling to save his reputation. While the details on who sent the tweet from his Twitter account are still unclear at this point, the issue raises red flags for politicians engaging on social media. I was interviewed by Boston Globe Columnist Joanna Weiss, who wrote her column on what politicians should and shouldn’t do with their Twitter accounts.
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- Open online course “Global Health and Social Media” offered again in fall semester
- Social media campaigns class offered this summer
- Workshop at the Virginia Press Association
- @VCUsocialmedia and #vcuglobalhealth featured in VCU President’s annual report
- Social media fuels protests in Ferguson and New York