Newsocracy | The Freedom to Tell Your Story
Newsocracy LLC is a social media news service. Tell us the kinds of stories you would like to see and we will cover them in an in-depth way that is seldom seen in traditional media. Our news stories focus on the things we hope you find interesting and are available via social media sites like:
So get to work. Give us an idea. Something you know something about or want to know more about. Tell us if you know people we should talk to or who have some special knowledge about the topic. Email us with suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 601.706.9008. We are based in Mississippi, but we know how to drive and occasionally we even fly. So don't let geography limit your ideas.
Our Other Services
Often a company or other organization will contact Newsocracy because they want a longer form video piece that tells their story in a more comprehensive manner than traditional TV news allows. They might use the story in a variety of ways: on their website and/or social media pages, as part of a media relations campaign or as an intro at events or public meetings, etc.
In these cases, after discussion about the story’s goal, Newsocracy produces a journalistically sound story, interviewing a variety of people and shooting video that illustrates a particular topic or service a client wishes to provide more information about. The client may use the story in any way they desire. The story may also appear on Newsocracy’s 14 social media sites.
Call us at 601.706.9008 or e-mail us at email@example.com for more information about the paid services we provide.
Jim Albritton is the executive producer at Newsocracy LLC, a social media news service based in Mississippi. He has 20 years experience in television news and media relations, specializing in crisis communications. He also has an extensive background in public relations and special events.
Albritton earned his Bachelor of Science degree in radio, television and film with an emphasis in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. He served as a news intern at the Voice of America and was a freelance producer during the first gulf war, both in Washington, DC. In Mississippi, he produced Jackson’s highest-rated 5 p.m. newscast at CBS affiliate WJTV 12.
At Methodist, he designed two safety-related mascots and created an injury prevention program that generated media coverage of safety issues. The program reached more than 30,000 children in schools statewide.