Look out your window, and describe what you’re seeing. Tweet it, including your general location and #WTOP in your under-140 character Twitter message.
That way, anyone using Twitter who searches #WTOP will find your helpful heads-up, and know what to expect if they’ll be heading your way.
The WTOP newsroom also will be monitoring #WTOP, so your tweet can be integrated into WTOP’s on-air and online coverage.
Since a picture is worth a thousand words, snap one and include it in your tweet. Once you download your mobile Twitter app, you’ll see how to easily attach a photo. And don’t forget to use #WTOP in your tweet.
Here’s how to be a part of our coverage on Facebook:
Launch the Facebook app on your phone, and search for the WTOP Radio page.
Under each story is a Comment option, click on that, and type in your observation or thoughts.
You can send your information and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. The downside of that is it could take some time for us to post your photo to our website unlike with Twitter and Facebook, in which you’re helping others real-time.
Thanks in advance for being part of WTOP’s coverage.