These iPhone apps may save your job in media

Aug 30, 2009
Tech

If you’re a working member of the media, you’d better be sure your iPhone is equipped to be a reporter’s best friend—or else those bloggers and new media aficionados are going to snatch that job from you. OK, so it’s not exactly that cut and dried. But, facts are facts and mobile journalism has skyrocketed […]

If you’re a working member of the media, you’d better be sure your iPhone is equipped to be a reporter’s best friend—or else those bloggers and new media aficionados are going to snatch that job from you. OK, so it’s not exactly that cut and dried. But, facts are facts and mobile journalism has skyrocketed while newsrooms are shrinking. Stay relevant and make that iPhone or iPod Touch work for you with some of these apps.

In the loop

Clearly, being a member of the media means you need to keep up with the media. The Associated Press’s app BlogPress ($2.99) is an option, especially if you want to publish to multiple platforms simultaneously. This app currently supports Blogger, MSN Live Spaces,WordPress, Movable Type, TypePad, LiveJournal, Drupal and Joomla, and makes posting multiple images a snap.

And don’t forget about the reporter’s new best friend, iPhone’s now-standard Voice Recorder.

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