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Debbie Dujanovic

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KSL

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KSL

55 North 3Rd West 5 Broadcast House

Salt Lake City, Utah,84180

United States

Company Description

KSL.com is owned and operated by Deseret Digital Media (DDM), and powers the largest online marketplace in Utah - including auto, real estate, deals and local search verticals. In total, Deseret Digital Media properties attract more than 5.5 million unique vis... more.

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A panel of journalists talk about Twitter and its role in news Wednesday at the Haven J. Barlow Spring Civic Leadership Forum in the Shepherd Union. The journalists are, from left, Debbie Dujanovic of KSL News, Lisa Riley Roche of the Deseret News, Ben Winslow of Fox 13 News, Assistant Professor Jean Norman of Weber State University, Robert Gehrke of the Salt Lake Tribune and moderator Doug Wright of KSL News Radio.
The journalists are, from left, Debbie Dujanovic of KSL News, Lisa Riley Roche of the Deseret News, Ben Winslow of Fox 13 News, Assistant Professor Jean Norman of Weber State University, Robert Gehrke of the Salt Lake Tribune and moderator Doug Wright of KSL News Radio. (Photo by Jamii Freston / The Signpost) The discussion, put on by the Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service, included Debbie Dujanovic from KSL News, Robert Gehrke from the Salt Lake Tribune, Lisa Riley Roche from Deseret News, Ben Winslow from Fox 13 News and Weber State journalism professor Jean Norman. According to Dujanovic, who has been in television news since 1989, Twitter is more of a resource than it is a replacement for the newspaper. "It is certainly a good way to alert the public much more quickly than we have been able to in the past," Dujanovic said. "But I don't think it will replace true investigative journalism." Dujanovic also said that it is important for all journalists, especially those who are older, to embrace social media like Twitter for purposes of journalism. "We can no longer hide as journalists from the new tools out there," Dujanovic said. "We have to adapt to them and become prolific at it." According to Roche, who agreed with Dujanovic about Twitters use as a tool, Twitter is "just another way of being competitive."


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"We need more stations, Deb," Bolte said to KSL reporter Debbie Dujanovic.
"We need more stations, Deb," Bolte said to KSL reporter Debbie Dujanovic. Dujanovic replied. Contributing: Debbie Dujanovic


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KSL Investigator Debbie Dujanovic stopped by the store one night to ask about cellphone repair and accessories.
Dujanovic asked. "You see that guy? I was giving him cash because he played our sweepstakes," the employee said. "How much can you win? Dujanovic asked. "No, absolutely not," Poole said when asked by KSL's Debbie Dujanovic if there was gambling going on in the store. Contributing: Debbie Dujanovic, Pat Reavy


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