KELOLAND News On Twitter
What Is Twitter?
Twitter allows you to send out updates (on a computer or your phone) and subscribe to (or follow) others whose updates you may find interesting.
How Does KELOLAND News Use Twitter?
KELOLAND News uses Twitter to send out our news stories. Mixed in with all of your friends’ updates, you’ll also see the latest headlines from our site every hour. If the story interests you, you’re able to click the link in the update and view the full story right here on our website.
Because Twitter thrives on interaction, we set up our KELO Newsroom account. You’re able to send us story ideas, news tips and feedback. (We can't promise quick replies, since we are working on other things like gathering the latest news.) But we’ll let you know what’s going on in the newsroom and interesting things you can find on our site.
Where Can I Find KELOLAND News On Twitter?
KELOLAND News has five main Twitter accounts:
- @KELOLAND - News updates are sent throughout the day on our main account.
- @KELO_NEWSROOM - If you're interested in what happens behind-the-scenes, you can follow and interact with our newsroom account.
- @KELOSTORMCENTER - You can follow our meteorologists as they're out storm chasing and share your own storm reports with us by following Storm Center on Twitter.
- @DOROTHYCHASE - Our storm chase vehicle has its own Twitter! Follow along as our team tracks storms in KELOLAND.
- @KELOSports - Here you'll find Sports Headlines and stories from KELOLAND.com.
You can also follow these members of the KELO News team:
- @angelakennecke - Angela Kennecke, Anchor
- @dunsmoor - Ben Dunsmoor, Reporter
- @bethjensen - Beth Jensen, News Director
- @dexterkelo - Dexter Gronseth, Assignment Editor
- @donjorgensen - Don Jorgensen, Anchor
- @jaineandrews - Jaine Andrews, Managing Editor
- @trobec - Jay Trobec, Chief Meteorologist
- @kelomadalinsky - Jim Madalinsky, Sports Reporter
- @keloholsen - Matt Holsen, Sports Director
- @neisteadt - Shawn Neisteadt, Reporter