Journalism, Social Media, and French Connections with Nita Wiggins

Things got interesting on Friday's 'Social Media for the CEO' radio show as hosts Eve Mayer Orsburn and Mary Adams explored the world of social media, journalism, and education with Nita Wiggins.  They covered everything from social media in the classroom to the way social media affects news and the differences between French and American approaches.  Nita observed during the show that "France is maybe 10 years behind the US in the way it approaches news coverage. Social Media is supporting the idea that people want information all the time and that may force European TV to put information on TV all the time."  Don't panic if you missed the show.  You can download the full episode for your listening pleasure. Nita's Bio

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Nita Wiggins is currently a tenured professor at the highly regarded L’Ecole Superièure de Journalisme de Paris where she teaches a student body representative of 13 countries about the principles and practice of international, traditional and digital journalism. Her background includes an extensive portfolio of experience as she has previously worked in the Texas, Georgia, & Washington news/sports television markets.

Beyond her role in academia, Nita also is the founder of EducatingNita.net New Media Services which explores and engages conversation around cultural education through international travel.  At the moment Wiggins resides in Paris, France ; enjoys volunteering for environmental/social philanthropies, studying languages utilizing website technologies and traveling.

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