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EIJ14 Student News

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EIJ 2014 STUDENT NEWS

Metrics Report for SPJ | For Internal Use

T H E   M I S S I O N 

To deliver timely thoughtful updates from Nashville during Excellence in Journalism 2014 via real-time web applications and digital media reporting services

EIJ STUDENT NEWSROOM

14 accomplished university students, at the guidance and direction of co-advisers Victor Hernandez & Faith Sidlow converged on EIJ for four days of robust mutlimedia reporting

SUM TOTAL OF OVERALL REPORTING: 76 PIECES FILED

Ben 11 

Melodi 8

Colleen 7 

Ingrid 6 

Jordan  6 

Emily 6 

Elizabeth 6 

Julian 4 

Brittini 4 

Mandy 3 

Lindsay 6 

Ernest 5 

Alexa 5 

Yvette 2

based on reporter bylines via EIJ Wordpress site

CONNECTING #EIJ14 CONTENT BEYOND NASHVILLE

About 3,150 unique visitors visited EIJnews.org during conference week, which is interesting considering EIJ welcomed less than 1,000 attendees to Nashville

 visits to EIJnews.org between Aug. 10 - Sept. 10

12,007

17,138 page views 

2.2 avg stories read/visit 

spj.org & twitter top referrers

3:31 avg time spent/ visit 

BIG NUMBERS FOR THE WEEK

STORIES TOTAL 

76

10

VIDEOS

PHOTO GALLERIES 

SOCIAL POSTS

STORIFY POSTS 

6

100s

7

BUT NOT JUST ABOUT NUMBERS...

VARIETY OF CONFERENCE-RELATED TOPICS COVERED 

Changes to SPJ Ethics Code 

SPJ Name Change Proposal 

Diversity

New Media Skills + Tools 

Prestigious  Awards + Honors 

Women's  Equality Issues 

USING SOCIAL TO SHARE EIJ STORIES

Doubled amount of Twitter followers (476) from #EIJ13

Doubled amount of Instagram followers (49) from #EIJ13

@EIJ_News handle second most mentioned during EIJ conference (behind Kara Swisher) 

EIJ student journalist Elizabeth Hernandez (@Literally_Lizzie) earns crown of MOST tweets fired off about #EIJ14 during conference 

254 video views during EIJ

UNPRECEDENTED GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENT JOURNALISTS

NETWORKING/ RECRUITING OPPORTUNITIES 

EXPOSED TO INNOVATIVE IDEAS/TOOLS 

WORKING NEWSROOM EXPERIENCE 

CLOSELY  COLLABORATE W/ FELLOW STUDENT JOURNOS 

V. Hernandez