WaPo Launches "Historically Black" Podcast - 9/19 - The Washington Post and APM Reports start a podcast today - Historically Black. Based on the Post's Historically Black Tumblr project, a crowd-sourced "people's museum" of objects representing black history, the podcast will showcase interviews, archival radio, and music curated by APM Reports and the Post. With guest hosts comedian Keegan-Michael Key, feminist writer Roxane Gay, creator of "The Misadventures Of Awkward Black Girl" web series Issa Rae, and Another Round podcast hosts Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton. More at washingtonpost.com
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Local real estate exec David Krucoff, of DC but now MD resident, has launched the new organization Douglass County, Maryland as another alternative. WBJ's Michael Neibauer discusses the new organization and the reason Krucoff founded it in Welcome to Douglass County, Maryland. Real estate executive launches retrocession bid.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Ockershausen Hosts "Our Town" Podcast - 9/18 - DC media veteran Andy Ockershausen (right), a third-generation Washingtonian who has worked for the Evening Star Broadcast Group, the old WMAL-TV, WMAL radio, Channel 50/WDCW, and, most recently, Comcast/NBC Universal, is starting a podcast, "Our Town," with local personalies. Including media figures, politicans and community leaders, sports heroes, business and charitable influencers, and many more. Each half-hour podcast, which is recorded at WMAL, can be heard at ourtowndc.com, with the debut episode on September 21. Then, new shows will air every Tuesday and Thursday. Season one will feature more than 25 interviews with the likes of Sonny Jurgensen, Bill Regardie, Frank Herzog, Charlie Brotman, Paul Berry, Frank Harden, Tim Brant, Catherine Meloy, Mark Russell, Andy Pollin, and Harry Jaffe.....
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
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Sept. 19 arrived, and so did the previously announced tweaks to Twitter’s 140-character limit. (SocialTimes)
The 140-character limit for tweets will only include text—as in letters, numbers, symbols or spaces. It's also letting you become a little more multimedia-happy. In the past, photos, GIFs, videos and polls counted against the 140 allotted characters, crunching one's ability to write. Now, Twitter users will be able to add such imagery without limiting the volume of their prose. (Adweek)
In addition, Twitter is starting to test changes to the way replies work. Previously, users had to include the name of the person they were replying to, which again counted against the tweet’s character limit. With Twitter’s upcoming reply changes, users will be able to reply to a number of users without adding individual user names to the actual tweets. However, those changes won’t be widely available just yet, and Twitter is cautioning users that some of their tweets "appear to cut off" during this time of testing. (Variety)
Twitter announced these changes back in May. (Recode)
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
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