DFM chat: Mobile-friendly Election Day coverage

Digital First Media friends and other journalists, members of the community and fans of journalism are invited to take part in a Twitter chat Wednesday at noon, Eastern Time, to talk about all things journalism.

Today we’re talking about how to cover Election Day in real-time in a collaborative way and in a way that’s mobile friendly. That’s why today we are using hackpad, as an example of a collaborative document that could be used for real-time coverage (so you don’t have to write "refresh this page to see new results"). 

The feed is posted over at the blog, but you can also follow #dfmchat on Twitter. 

I’ll be adding resources from the chat in this very document. Feel free to add your own. 

SOME LINKS FROM THE CHAT:

The Washington Post will use automation to help cover the election Poynter, Oct. 19, 2016

Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash, Center for Public Integrity, Oct. 17, 2016. 

How to do good journalism between now and Election Day, Poynter, Sept. 27, 2016