Facebook, other social media hot topic at Collier library meeting

Daily News Correspondent

 

Social media remains a hot topic, especially for librarians.

The Collier County Library Advisory Board met last week to discuss Sunshine and public records laws and how they pertain to social media and new e-book checkouts.

Assistant County Attorney Colleen Greene answered board members’ questions at their meeting Wednesday at the Collier libraries headquarters, 2385 Orange . . . → Read More: Facebook, other social media hot topic at Collier library meeting

Tweets, postings trigger public records rules for officials

Every tweet, every “Like,” every photo, every status update … even who they “poke.”

Every time local-government officials in Florida use social media in their public position they are creating a public record, something they’re required to keep and produce upon request.

More Broward and Palm Beach county public officials are turning to social media to spread their . . . → Read More: Tweets, postings trigger public records rules for officials

Miami Herald: Gov. Scott meets with editorial board, mingles with newsroom

Rick Scott visits the Miami Herald — and stays a while to mingle with the  newsroom

BY NAKED POLITICS (Miami Herald)

 

Miami Herald Twitter followers query Gov. Rick Scott on jobs, jobs and jobs

BY COLLEEN WRIGHT (Miami Herald)

 

Gov. Scott’s first interview with the Miami Herald editorial board, a move aimed at revamping  his image

BY PATRICIA MAZZEI . . . → Read More: Miami Herald: Gov. Scott meets with editorial board, mingles with newsroom

Associated Press: Fla. Gov. Scott’s team, media in “Twitter war”

BY BRENDAN FARRINGTON (AP)

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — It used to be that if the governor’s office wasn’t happy with what a reporter had written, someone would pick up the phone or email to protest. That’s too old fashioned for Gov. Rick Scott’s team.

Scott’s communications director, Brian Burgess, is taking to Twitter to contradict and argue with reporters . . . → Read More: Associated Press: Fla. Gov. Scott’s team, media in “Twitter war”