Shayne Nuesca

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  • @shaynenuesca
  • 👩🏻‍💻 Multi-hyphenate, very online journalist
  • United States

Hella online since the 2000s, and I still like it here.


For my day job, I'm a journalist working in public media. Apart from that, I'm a digital creator and multimedia producer focused on internet culture, new media, audience and community engagement.  I also write The Timeline, a  newsletter contextualizing social media trends, viral content, platform news and more.  What you'll see here is mainly my work in journalism, and side projects in social media and the creator space. 
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What Shayne's working on

2022
Feb 25, 2022
Feb 25, 2022
I made my *official* debut on my newsroom's weekly newsletter "The Signal."

Newsletters/email campaigns are a great way to connect with audiences directly, and ours has been underutilized as an engagement tool.

I'm looking forward to changing our approach, starting with my first issue where I made a point to let people know they can talk back/talk to us!
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Digital Editor, KTOO
Feb 15, 2022
Feb 15, 2022
There's nothing like seeing your contributions in person. Late in 2021, I submitted writing to be included at the Anchorage Museum's exhibit "Counter Cartographies: Living the Land," and I finally had the chance to see it with my own eyes.

I always tell people my personal guiding principle centers on one word: Legacy. And this, though it's small, is a step toward building just that.
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Founder, SPRHDRS
Jan 23, 2022
Jan 23, 2022
I started a regular Q&A series on Instagram stories on a whim. I answer questions about breaking into the journalism industry and share career advice with folks who need it — specifically people who don't have access to mentors.
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2021
Dec 13, 2021
Dec 13, 2021
I made a lyric visualizer for a short Mesopotamian-inspired rap
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Oct 19, 2021
Oct 19, 2021
I contributed writing to an exhibit called  "Counter Cartographies: Living the Land" at the Anchorage Museum.

The exhibit approaches mapping through a new lens, by using people's personal stories about landmarks in and around Anchorage (Dena'ina Ełnena) to tell the story of the land.

(Photo by John Hagen)
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Oct 01, 2021
Oct 01, 2021
My little newsletter was part of a group of newsletters featured in Revue's rollout for their new design features.

The Timeline has been a labor of love for me this entire year, and I'm so happy to see it grow and reach who it's reaching! I started out making this newsletter for my journalism colleagues who needed a back-to-basics, broken-down approach to understanding digital spaces. 

I'm so thankful to see people in other industries are finding value in it too!
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