The year in review on ScottWalkerTV.com

Another year has come and gone, so here’s a look back at what happened right here in 2014.

Social Media Boot Camp with Southern Miss student-athletes

Media | Social Media training at Southern Miss

I’m back on my old stomping grounds for fewer than 24 hours.

NFL draft proves some are still clueless about the power of social media

Leave it to the NFL draft to bring out the worst in some current and retired NFL players.

Cringeworthy headline of the day

This gem comes to us from the Evansville Courier & Press. Oops.

PayPal executive fired after Twitter rant during Jazz Fest

After having “the best night of his life” at Jazz Fest last weekend, Rakesh Agrawal went off the rails.

Scott’s social media boot camp

Speaking about the benefits and pitfalls of social media in life, family and career is something I’m very passionate about. Too many good careers and reputations have been torched because of an ill-advised Facebook post or tweet.

When Did You Join Twitter? Find Out Here

Ever wonder when you decided to take the Twitter plunge? I stumbled upon this website, which shows your start date in an instant. I joined Twitter on September 21, 2008..1,569 days ago. It seems like it was just yesterday.

Social Media Overload: Now I’m on Tout, Too

I’ve been experimenting with a lot of social media platforms lately to try to figure out how to maximize the sharing of what I do on a daily basis: text, pictures and videos. I’ve been using Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for ages, but in recent weeks I’ve added via.me and Posterous to my social media arsenal. […]

Video: Social Media’s Impact on the Bin Laden Story

Monday night on WDSU News at 10, I talked with Paul Brandus (@WestWingReport on twitter) via Skype about the death of Osama bin Laden and the impact of social media on a fast-developing story with worldwide interest.

Newsroom Resolutions for 2011

Social media website Lost Remote came up with a great list of 10 things newsrooms should shoot for in the new year. I especially like this one… 9. Expand Your Social Media: Most newsrooms have a Twitter feed and a Facebook page. Good start. Now you need to take the next step. Have many Twitter […]