Opinion: TahoeSnaps becomes a lake-wide endeavor
Tribune Managing Editor
TahoeSnaps, the Tribune’s Instagram account, just became a lake-wide endeavor. We recently joined forces with our North Shore partners, Sierra Sun and North Lake Tahoe Bonanza, to bring our readers more fun photos from around Lake Tahoe.
Here’s the fun part: Tag us or use our hashtag (#TahoeSnaps) when you post a Tahoe-focused photo to Instagram, and you may see your photo reposted to our account or printed in Saturday’s Tribune (we run the section on a weekly basis). Photos should feature Tahoe’s vibe — ski shots, lake views, family fun, snowball fights, really anything you’re doing around our lovely lakeside communities. We post and repost on a daily basis.
This is a perfect example of community generated content and we encourage reader participation.
ANOTHER WAY TO GET YOUR NEWS
Tahoe Daily Tribune also recently launched its “Your Tahoe Weekend” newsletter, which comes out every Thursday at noon. It features entertainment and event news from around the lake. Each Thursday newsletter will be timely and focused on what’s happening now.
The Tribune puts out a Monday newsletter, too, featuring top news stories from the region. Both email newsletters are easy ways to stay in touch with Tahoe news, even when you can’t pick up the paper.
Sign up for both newsletters today by heading online. If you visit the Tribune website, you’ll see a newsletter section along the far right rail. Input your email address and you’re all set.
Caitlin Row is managing editor of Tahoe Daily Tribune. She can be reached at 530-542-8006 or email@example.com. Find her on Twitter — @CrowTahoe. Tahoe Daily Tribune prints Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Its website — http://www.tahoedailytribune.com — is updated daily. Find us on social media, too — http://www.facebook.com/TahoeDailyTribune, http://www.twitter.com/TahoeDailyTrib, and http://www.instagram.com/tahoesnaps.
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