Conan Gallaty, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s online director, told us this day was coming. And now, the state’s largest newspaper is among the tweeters in the Arkansas Twittersphere.
And since our last check, others are tipping a toe in, testing the waters. Some haven’t even begun Twittering! But that’s okay. We’re here to give you a helpful nudge out of the nest.
Herewith, a belated update to our Arkansas Twitter Guide:
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette – A regular stream of news headlines, many of which you’ll still have to be a paying subscriber to access. No free lunch, not even on Twitter!
Jennifer Christman – Fun times from the Democrat-Gazette’s culture columnist and “American Idol” authority.
Crystal Thurman – Promotions director for the DG, but also oversees Sync and Arkansas Life.
Arvest Bank – The official tweeter for the bank.
French Hill – CEO and Chairman of the Board of Delta Trust & Bank.
Arkansas.gov – News for state government.
Ashley Blackstone – Reporter for Today’s THV. Catch up her (if you can!) running hither and yon, covering this and that.
Kelly MacNeil – Reporter for KUAR, Little Rock public radio.
Shannon E. Butler – Executive Director of City Year Little Rock/North Little Rock.
Natasha Naragon – Spokeswoman for Arkansas Secretary of State Charlie Daniels.
Little Rock Film Festival – Get the popcorn ready.
Arkansas Symphony Orchestra – Announcements and links to podcasts. Music to our ears.
Scott Munsell – KATV’s eye in the sky.
(Follow you, follow me: Twitter.com/LT.)
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