We're excited to announce that CBC News is launching its new home on Tumblr today. You can find it at CBCNews.tumblr.com. If you follow us there you can expect to find some of the amazing work that our multimedia team produces on a daily basis: interactives, infographics, maps, photos and videos. One of the many joys of the Internet is finding new ways to tell stories and give them context. And one of the joys of Tumblr is that it's an easy way to share visual content to a whole new audience online.
For the uninitiated, Tumblr is a microblogging platform like Twitter. But unlike Twitter, it is extremely easy to share photos, videos and other multimedia content, and there is no character limit. Tumblr users can follow other blogs, and share other people's content by reblogging it on their own page. You don't have to have your own Tumblr to see CBC News content there, but if you do we hope you will follow us.
As with everything we do at CBCNews.ca, we would love to hear your feedback. What would you like to see on our Tumblr? Do you want to see only CBC News content or would you like to see us reblogging from the Tumblr community? Would you like to hear more about the creative process behind our interactive and multimedia projects, or get additional insight into the news stories? It's a work in progress and you can help us serve you better. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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