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Vadim Lavrusik, journalism programme manager at Facebook delivers keynote presentation at news:rewired
Vadim is journalism programme manager at Facebook, which he joined in 2011, before which he was community manager and social strategist at Mashable.
He discusses how journalists and media organisations can use Facebook to report and distribute stories, and shares best practice on using features such as Facebook Follow, Graph Search, Pages and other tools.
Vadim Lavrusik is to deliver the keynote presentation at news:rewired on 19 April.
Lavrusik is journalism programme manager at Facebook, and a professor teaching social media journalism at Columbia University.
Before joining Facebook in 2011, Lavrusik was community manager and social strategist at Mashable; prior to that he was social media specialist at the New York Times.
Lavrusik’s keynote presentation at news:rewired will be highly practical. He will go through best practice, advising journalists how to get the most out of Facebook Subscribe, Open Graph Search, Facebook Groups, Facebook for Journalists, and other tools.
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