Brad’s level of engagement and the second screen user-generated content he was feeding during the halt was compelling and refreshing to the fans following the race on twitter. He apparently keeps his phone in his pocket when he drives on the track.
Tamela’s new book “Live Full Throttle: Life Lessons from Friends Who Faced Cancer” dropped back in early December and she’s been out on a promotional tour ever since.
I sat down with her for a quick NR VIEW.
Can traditional media survive in a social media world? What does the changing meaning of “media” mean for citizens? For businesses? For the media? How is the media changing here in Charlotte?
One of my twitter friends (@arsbars) and I were casually chatting this morning about the archaic tradition of the word “Obey” as it applies to vows, along with the relevance of the British Monarchy on the heels of William and Kate’s wedding.
If you’re a Foo fiend, then this album won’t disappoint. It was recorded in old school analog technology in Grohl’s basement. How’s that for ya…old school art mixed with new media. Love it.
So, what have we learned here today Children?
Don’t let a communication novice handle a job that requires professional insight. This may be your generation’s technology, but it still has the rules of your Father’s Marketing and PR rules of engagement.
What if… the station launched a greater initiative to help retrain, redress, make over and find placement for the numerous homeless that are living like Ted, but weren’t fortunate enough to have a guy drive up with video camera?
They discussed upcoming trends in the social media spectrum. Some of the predictions included the rise of mobile marketing and location-based tools like Foursquare and further integration of social media and SEO.
Since we’ll be meeting at a University, we’ve invited some prominent members of our Charlotte Social Media world from Queens University, UNC Charlotte, and Central Piedmont Community College to join us for a moderated panel discussion on “Social Media &amp;amp;amp; Education: school, teacher, student and classroom”.
Whether you’re in the Responders industry or not, seeing how these public servants are maximizing these tools, hearing what they’ve learned and what works (and what doesn’t) – how they implement their crisis plan can only benefit your business, industry and social media acumen.