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Denae D’Arcy presented a paper co-authored with Assistant Professor Mike Martinez, “Setting the Record Straight: A First Amendment Right to Video Police in Public,” at the Broadcast Education Association’s annual conference in Las Vegas, April 4-7, 2013.
 
D’Arcy also participated in a BEA panel focused on “Where Do We Draw the Line? Interacting (or Not) with Students on Twitter.”


Anthony Cespedes for TNJN.com, The Tennessee Journalist
Edited by Jennifer Brake

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View of twitter trending box from iPadThe University of Tennessee was in a new national spotlight Thursday night as Professor Jim Stovall’s Journalism and Electronic Media 200 class started trending on Twitter with the hashtag used to identify his class, #JEM200.

Stovall encourages his students to tweet during his lectures, giving students experience in combining journalism and the major social networking site.

Thursday’s class was devoted to learning about the journalism opportunities at the university. As students tweeted everything that they thought was important,

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