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Sree Sreenivasan is the Chief Digital Officer at The Metropolitan Museum of New York. He was previously an academic administrator and professor at Columbia Graduate school of Journalism before becoming overall chief digital officer of Columbia University.
Born in Tokyo, Sree was raised in Manhattan, Bhutan, the former Soviet Union, Myanmar, and Fiji. He received his B.A. in history from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, and subsequently earned a Master of Science degree in journalism from Columbia University.
Sree joined the Met in August 2013 where he is is responsible for managing and producing digital content. On this show he will talk to MR about the scope of his work.
He has been named as Poynter’s 35 social media influencers, Newsweek’s 20 most influential South Asians in America, Huff Posts 50 media people on Facebook Subscribe and has many more accolades.
He appears on WCBS-TV to discuss technology trends and tips and has had over 40 published articles in the New York Times. He is also a co-founder, past president, and current board member of SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, comprising more than one thousand journalists of South Asian origin, based in the U.S. and Canada
Sree lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children.
SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, and SAMMA, South Asians in Media, Marketing and Entertainment, present their sixth annual BlogTalkRadio conversation about the biggest day in American sports - from a South Asian perspective.
Join us as hosts Vijay Setlur (@VijaySetlur; who teaches sport, tourism and leisure marketing at Schulich School of Business, York University) & Sree Sreenivasan (@sree, Chief Digital Officer of @MetMuseum) chat with ESPN anchor Kevin Negandhi (@knegandhiESPN); Aditi Kinkhabwala (@akinkhabwala) a reporter for the NFL Network, calling in on game day from Arizona. Also participating is SAMMA co-founder Rajan Shah, who’s been involved in marketing campaigns with the NFL and Super Bowl over the past decade; and Sharaf Mowjood (@mowjood; producer for NBC News & Brian Williams), the newly-reelected president on SAJA. Call-in live or send your questions: to firstname.lastname@example.org or @sree or @sajahq or #sajahq
OTHER NFL NOTES: Paraag Marathe is COO of the San Francisco 49ers and has played a pivotal role in the business side of the operations. Shripal Shah rejoined the Washington Redskins as senior VP and chief strategy officer. And, of course, the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars is Shahid Khan (see the glowing "60 Minutes" profile: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50134050n
Call-in live or send your questions: to email@example.com or @sree or @sajahq or #sajahq
Journalism prof, dean, blogger and reporter Sree Sreenivasan makes Mr. Media look lazy!
(Originally broadcast September 14, 2007) I don’t know about you, but I could spend hours on end doing stuff on the Internet, some of it productive, some of it, well, not.
And some days, it’s hard separating the two because one is generally just as distracting as the other.
I’m hoping that today’s guest, Sree Sreenivasan, can help all of us sort out the time-wasters from the time-benefitters. And no, I don’t think that’s a real word.
Sree is one of journalism’s last great multi-taskers. He’s a New Media professor and dean of students in the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. But he’s also a technology reporter for WNBC television in New York City and a regular columnist for Poynter Online. Oh, and he is, naturally, a blogger too at sreetips.com.
Join us for an informative talk with Sree Sreenivasan. Sree is dean of student affairs & a professor at Columbia University's journalism school. He is also a noted expert on how journalists can use social media and other technology tools to work smarter -- and harder. His seminar on Social Media for Journalists is a must-attend. Sree will talk on this very topic and take your questions. You can find all thing Sree here -- http://www.sree.net/.
Editor's note: This podcast was originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise."
Today I have the pleaaure of speaking to a connection from my J-school days... Sreenath Sreenivasan - "Sree" as he is known - spends his time demystifying technology and explaining it in simple, easy-to-understand terms.
He is a Columbia University journalism professor (and Dean of Students) and formerly WNBC-TV's tech reporter.
[ SAMPLE TWEET: Live web/phone call-in Social Media Q&A w/ @sree @wordwhacker @travelogged, 9-10 p ET (archived, too) http://bit.ly/cjsmqa #sreetips ]
Join Sree Sreenivasan (@sree), Linda Bernstein (@WordWhacker) and Liz Borod Wright (@Travelogged) for a free-form session to get your social media questions answered.
Aimed at attendees of the fully-online Smarter Social Media course as part of Columbia Journalism School's Continuing Education program, this is an open event, so feel free to tune in.
We are experimenting with Join.me, so you can watch Sree's desktop as you listen via phone or a via different tab for BlogTalkRadio. Just go to http://bit.ly/joinemtest or https://join.me/478-366-247
Learn more about our Continuing Ed offerings, including the Social Media One-Night Stand on May 23, 2012, see http://www.journalism.columbia.edu/page/843-continuing-education-offerings/638
- @sree | @travelogged | @wordwhacker
ILLUSTRATION BY Winston Huff (@WinstonHHuff), as part of Sree's Social Media Week in Review for CNet News.
Mattie, her friends and a wizard are hurled backwards in time to escape an evil serpentine creature of the underworld who they must ultimately defeat in Shoba Sreenivasan’s “Mattie Spyglass and the 8 Magic Stones” “Mattie Spyglass and the 8 Magic Stones” (ISBN 0985360402) is a dramatic and mythical work that will entrance children and adults alike. Shoba Sreenivasan creates an evocative story about an 11-year old girl whose world is forever changed when she comes across a mysterious spyglass. Mattie’s adventure begins in the year 1968 in the most ordinary of places: the basement of Sears in Hackensack, New Jersey. There the spyglass chooses Mattie as her owner catapulting her friends Eddie, Geeta and an old wizard named Mr. Herman Biddle into the dangerous River of Time. On the run from the serpentine Uri Gneezy, who would use the Spyglass’ magic to control the world, the wizard hurls Mattie and her friends through the past, from the time of the rule of the last Russian Czar to the evil winter of the Nazis. Uri Gneezy is aided in his pursuit by all the sinister creatures contained in the Black Book of Magic. In opposition, Mr. Biddle holds the White Book of Magic which reveals the Enuma Elish, the Babylonian Book of Creation, and the daunting task before this intrepid crew: they must cross the treacherous Path of the Virtuous, otherwise known as “The 8 Magic Stones.” Mattie is far from home and just a young girl, yet the challenges she face will summon a courage and maturity inside her she barely knew she possessed. To get out alive she needs to fight back against the forces of darkness. Shoba Sreenivasan is a forensic psychologist. She earned a doctorate in psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles and is a clinical professor at USC.
Join Book Club Girl as she welcomes Jyotsna Sreenivasan to discuss her debut novel And Laughter Fell from the Sky.
And Laughter Fell from the Sky, the enthralling first novel from Jyotsna Sreenivasan, is a stirring contemporary love story about two young Indian-Americans trying to find love and their place in the world, while dealing with the confines and pressures of their culture and their families. A remarkable literary journey that carries the reader from the American heartland to the Pacific Northwest and into the teeming heart of India, And Laughter Fell from the Sky is a magnificent debut by a fresh and exciting new voice, immediately placing Sreenivasan alongside Jhumpa Lahiri, popular author of The Namesake, as an expert chronicler of the Indian-American cultural experience.
“A timely story about what matters most deeply: our quest for love and acceptance….Jyotsna Sreenivasan’s writing speaks straight to the heart.”
—Kim Barnes, author of In the Kingdom of Men
The 2013 Pulitzer Prizes: A conversation with Prof. Sig Gissler (@SGissler), Pulitzer administrator and some winners of this year’s prizes, including Public Service winners Sally Kestin (@SallyKestin), investigative reporter, and John Maines, database editor, of the Sun-Sentinel: http://www.pulitzer.org/citation/2013-Public-Service; as well as National Reporting winner Elizabeth McGowan, reporter on "The Dilbit Diaster" for Inside Climate News: http://www.pulitzer.org/citation/2013-National-Reporting. See all the winners at Pulitzer.org * Call-in live to this conversation with Prof. Sree Sreenivasan or send your questions to sree at sree.net or via Twitter to @columbiajourn or @sree. See 80+ J-school webcasts at BlogTalkRadio.com/columbiajournalism
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The lives of many journalists, authors, poets, playwrights and composers are changed forever when the Pulitzer Prizes are announced each year. Here's a rare opportunity for you to find out who those folks are at the same time as they do.
The 97th annual Pulitzer Prizes are being announced by Columbia University (@Columbia) at 3 pm ET on Monday, April 15, 2013. Here's your chance to listen in as the winners are announced by Pulitzer Prizes Administrator Sig Gissler (@sgissler). The show is hosted by Sree Sreenivasan (@sree), Columbia's Chief Digital Officer and Columbia Journalism School professor and various experts and former winners will call in to help with the analysis.
Names of winners and nominated finalists in Journalism, Letters, Drama and Music will be available on Pulitzer.org shortly after 3 pm. Call in, ask questions and discuss the winners. The winners receive their prizes at a luncheon on May 30 at Columbia.
After the live version, the recording will be available at this link.
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SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, representing 1,000+ journalists in the US and Canada, present their latest SAJA Briefing.
Join Anup Kaphle, digital foreign editor of the Washington Post and Sree Sreenivasan, Columbia University's Chief Digital Officer as we discuss one of the biggest crises in four decades of Bangladeshi history.
Our speakers: Maneeza Hossain, senior fellow at Hudson Institute, specializing in prospects of democracy in South Asia and the Middle East and has written extensively on Bangladesh; and Zain Al-Mahmood, a journalist based in Dhaka, covering Bangladesh for WSJ. His interests are politics, human rights and sustainable development.
For the last 4 weeks, Bangladesh has been convulsed by the Shahbagh movement. What started as the protest of bloggers against a back-door deal between the government and the opposition Islamist party Jamaat-e-Islami, has mushroomed into continuous street protests against the war criminals of Bangladesh's 1971 liberation war. During the brutal war that gave birth to Bangladesh, the genocidal campaign of the Pakistan army was assisted by local Bengali collaborators, known as "razakars." In 2011, the Awami League government began long-delayed war crimes trials against some of the alleged razakars, most of whom are now top ranking leaders of the country's largest Islamist party, the Jamaat-e-Islami. But the unexpectedly lenient sentencing of Quader Mollah, known as the "Butcher of Mirpur," set off the protests that snowballed into Shahbagh, filling the streets with up to 500,000 protesters, mos
BlogTalkRadio Co-Founder and CEO Alan Levy celebrates 2012 and what's to come with BTR Staff and Hosts.
Alan will co-host the show with Amy Domestico, BlogTalkRadio Customer Service and Chitra Agrawal, BlogTalkRadio Marketing Director & welcome as his guests BlogTalkRadio hosts Sree Sreenivasan, Rodney Perry, Lara Galloway, Eric Olsen, Gael Sylvia, Anthony Donahue and Halli Casser-Jayne.
Alan will also be welcoming calls from listeners so tune in & call in with questions!