The SPJ Digital Media Handbook now online!

Are you a journalist looking to pick up some practical multimedia skills? Are you tired of reading about all the cool new stuff in this new-media world and thinking, “I wish I knew how to do that”?

Look no more. SPJ has just what you need.

The SPJ Digital Media Committee — the group of people who contribute to this blog — has published its Digital Media Handbook, Part I. And it’s available here, now, online — and at the low, low price of FREE. (Download it for free as a PDF directly from this site, or you can see it here on Scribd.com.)

Want to know how to Twitter? Start a Facebook page? Make an online slideshow? Use Google Wave? Screencast? You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers — on those subjects and more.

We hope to bring you more in a second part later in the year.

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