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The Minnesota News Media Institute is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational arm of the Minnesota Newspaper Association.
The Minnesota News Media Institute provides education, training and professional development for people in vocations associated with the Minnesota news media, enhances career opportunities in those vocations, promotes fair and trusted journalism, supports the First Amendment, encourages free and open access to government information, and provides an independent platform for educating the public in media and news delivery matters.
120 FB users likes Minnesota News Media Institute, set it to 248 position in Likes Rating for Minneapolis, Minnesota in Local business category
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E-Grove is a company that creates opportunities for the people of the Twin Cities to responsibly recycle e-waste through an accessible collection service.
The Minnesota Energy Challenge is a free website where Minnesotans can find information on reducing energy waste in their homes and motivate their communities to take action.
Reporters Committee (@rcfp) to present free webinar, "Navigating Federal FOIA": http://t.co/jRhYN6jW
The @mn_newspapers College Better Newspaper Contest is now open for entries! Download rules & instructions now: http://t.co/xLIaBlsD
We emailed and mailed out 2011-2012 Better Newspaper Contest rules and instructions today! Contest is open for submissions. Good luck!
Power, and phones are out at the @MN_Newspapers office due to downtown Minneapolis power loss.
4 Ways to Use Social Media to Grow Your Audience (via Editor & Publisher): http://t.co/yngAwJHJ
From @poynter: 7 ways journalists can make better ethical decisions when using Facebook: http://t.co/iWaMoSuC
Good insights: If putting photos together in a top 10 list is fair use, what isn’t? http://t.co/jErb1kG5
66% of adults prefer reading print newspaper; 28% prefer online version according to Rasmussen study: http://t.co/NkGXZMBi
ABC: Newspaper circulation rose in last six months, 5% on Sundays http://t.co/rJvn3xFo