Whether you’re just starting to experiment with SNS as a journalistic tool, or you’re already a savvy user, any reporter covering Japan can hope to learn from Daisuke Tsuda, a leading Twitter pioneer with more than 196,000 followers.
His bio on his Twitter account @tsuda reads: “born in Tokyo and raised on the Internet.” A teacher at Waseda University and sometimes rock bassist, Tsuda gets simultaneously adored and bashed in cyberspace — the truest sign of online stardom. AAJA-Tokyo member Yuri Kageyama (@yurikageyama) featured him in an Associated Press article. He has also appeared in other publications such as Aera magazine.
Here are the event details from Yuri:
Please come with LOTS OF QUESTIONS.
For more information, contact AP Correspondent Yuri Kageyama, firstname.lastname@example.org
On Twitter @yurikageyama
Check the event’s Facebook page for updates/more information.