Tokyo: AAJA to host special lecture by Twitter star Daisuke Tsuda

Whether you’re just starting to experiment with SNS as a journalistic tool, or you’re already a savvy user, any reporter covering Japan can hope to learn from Daisuke Tsuda, a leading Twitter pioneer with more than 196,000 followers.

His bio on his Twitter account @tsuda reads: “born in Tokyo and raised on the Internet.” A teacher at Waseda University and sometimes rock bassist, Tsuda gets simultaneously adored and bashed in cyberspace — the truest sign of online stardom. AAJA-Tokyo member Yuri Kageyama (@yurikageyama) featured him in an Associated Press article. He has also appeared in other publications such as Aera magazine.

Here are the event details from Yuri:

Special lecture by star Japan TWITTER journalist DAISUKE TSUDA.

Friday, December 23, at 7 p.m. (doors open 6:30 p.m.)
Meeting Room (Kaigi-shitsu) 3rd Floor Kyodo Annex
(Bekkan adjacent to the main building).
Shiodome Media Tower
1-7-1 Higashi Shimbashi Minato-ku Tokyo Japan 105-7207
FREE ADMISSION (donations requested for speaker honorarium).

Please come with LOTS OF QUESTIONS.

FORWARD THIS INFORMATION to journalists, friends and relations — ALL ARE WELCOME.
English translation will be provided, if needed.
Find out from Tsuda (and share your views on) how Twitter can be used to stay up-to-date on what’s really happening in Japan.
Find out (and share your views on) how SNS is changing the landscape of our trade — not only in Japan but also globally.
For more information, contact AP Correspondent Yuri Kageyama,

On Twitter @yurikageyama

Check the event’s Facebook page for updates/more information.

0 thoughts on “Tokyo: AAJA to host special lecture by Twitter star Daisuke Tsuda”

  1. Hi Yuri and Daisuke! I’m an AAJA member based in Hong Kong. I’m currently in the US and unable to attend this great lecture. Any chance that this lecture will be live-streamed or we can see a video later on? Also would there be anyone live-tweeting this event? If so, what twitter hashtag should I follow? Many thanks! – Wendy

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