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So You Want to Podcast? Radio and Television Shows for the Internet provides fundamental lessons on creating and placing audio and video on the internet.

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PREPARING FOR MAJOR EMERGENCIES

by lensipes on January 23, 2010 · 2 comments

Whet you need to know to prepare to deal with the media during major emergencies. How to create crisis communication plans.

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Social Media: Lessons Learned

by lensipes on January 17, 2010

Social media sites are popping up everywhere as more and more agencies are starting to incorporate them into their media outreach efforts. We created our federal social media site 3 years ago, and believe that the site has provided concrete benefits to our agency.

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Protecting The Public Through Social Media

by lensipes on January 17, 2010

The thrust of this article is an overview of the possibilities that social media affords the criminal justice community. By social media, I’m referring to radio and television on the Internet (podcasting), articles on the Internet (bloging) combined with more traditional efforts such as web site creation, a telephone answering system, e-mail and radio and television ads.

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Reaching the Public Through Social Media

by lensipes on January 17, 2010 · 4 comments

Today social media outlets provide unparalleled levels of information sharing and social networking.

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This article addresses the more general question of whether criminal justice agencies can have a favorable impact on public attitudes and perceptions.

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 By Leonard A. Sipes, Jr. http://leonardsipes.com/ As all of you know, Paris Hilton is spending some quality time at the Los Angeles County Jail for a probation violation. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ordered Ms. Hilton reincarcerated after jail officials allowed her to spend her time on house arrest after three […]

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