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Kaitlynn Anderson

Boston
Advocacy Content Manager, IHRSA
As seen in: Farms.com
Advocacy Content Manager at IHRSA and Keto Show producer/editor. Tweets are my own.

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I have a degree in Journalism and a second concentration in French from West Virginia University. I am highly motivated and work great in team and independent settings.

I can do it all, from reporting to video editing to promotions using social media websites and blogs. I am passionate about using video to tell stories and have experience editing with FCP, Avid, and all Adobe software. During my four years as a reporter, I worked on projects ranging from cultural video podcasts to multi-media …

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@KaiteeFernandez — 378 followers, 3,895 tweets

I have two modes. No jacket and thick winter jacket. It has dropped below 60 ... looks like I'm rocking the 3 feet of snow look today.
Me: I'm going to reach my activity goal every day this week. Also me: pic.twitter.com/Fv9kwd3hhT
The latest in my career as a stand-in stock image model. My photo may be comical, but data breaches are not.  https://www.ihrsa.org/improve-your-club/your-fitness-business-suffered-a-data-breach-now-what/ 
She laughed. Said thanks and went back to typing on her phone. He smiled, got on the escalator, and went about his day. I saw your good deed. Good job, guy. Made my Tuesday. (3/3)
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What was your first job as a journalist?

Working as a news anchor for WWVU-FM U92 "The Moose".

How is social media changing news?

Social media allows news agencies to better connect with their audiences & communities. It's a great way to share news & find new stories.

Did you work for your high school newspaper? If so, what did you do there?

My high school didn't have a newspaper, but it did have a morning news program on a close circuit TV system. I was a morning news anchor.