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BBC Suffolk: Social networking
Get more from BBC Suffolk's output by visiting our pages on popular social networking sites including Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.
There are now a number of ways you can interact with BBC Suffolk alongside our traditional output on BBC Radio Suffolk and the BBC Suffolk website.
Social network websites have become an invaluable mode of communication for people all around the world and several of the sites now carry content, groups and feeds by BBC Suffolk and its programmes.
We've listed the sites we're currently involved with below - so if you belong to any of them why not add us to your friends or pop by to say hello?
Some sites, such as Facebook, may require you to already be a member before you can view our groups.
Claiming to have over 150 million active users around the world, Facebook allows you to communicate with friends as well as joining groups dedicated to musicians or campaigns for almost every cause under the sun.
BBC Suffolk has the following groups which you can join:
A social networking site perhaps best known for its relationship with music, and especially up and coming bands.
BBC Suffolk Introducing has its own page dedicated to supporting music from around the county.
Twitter is built around one simple question - what are you doing? Within the 140 character limit users write updates and link to web pages they're interested in.
By becoming a friend of BBC Suffolk you will be alerted to new content which goes on the BBC Suffolk website. There is also the option to subscribe to our RSS feed which will deliver our updates straight into your RSS reader.
last updated: 17/09/2009 at 09:42
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