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Dr. Ron Capps, known online as the Nicheprof, talks about social media applications with Ken English.
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Has social media created and condoned actions that if donei in person would render someone to get fucked up, stomped out, slapped or clapped ? Join us as we explore the deep psychological effects of what instant social media is compelling some of us to evoke on a demented level.
Host Lisa Ruth will be talking to senior political editor Dr. Jim Picht on this weeks leading headlines ranging from Janet Yellen and the Fed, the GOP collapse on amnesty, Iran negotiations and Netanyahu in Washington. Also, big news today is the Net Neutrality ruling. Is the Internet better off in the hands of the Government or business?
They will then be joined by media expert and CDN writer Gayle Falkenthal be lending her expertise to the how social media is a tool of terrorism and how Homeland Security can use social media to help identify and track possible terrorist activity.
Before they close the close the show, Jimmy Edwards and Eric Golub enter into a very lively discussion on the Conservative Politica Action Conference. Are they attending the same conference?
The CommDigiNews Hour is a production of the writers and editors of Communities Digital News.
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown discuss social media as a strategy for small business marketing.
Tonight with talk with Texas filmmaker Chaz Buchanan. Find out how he got started, what he is currently working on, and how YOU can be in his next project.
Christin Kardos, Social Media Strategist at Bay Leaf Digital, loves conversational marketing and online branding.
Known to some associates as “Goddess of Light” because of the ever-present flash of her camera, she refuses to lose sight of history because she believes that where we started is germane to where we are going. Chris attributes her relevant experience to her seventeen years as a military spouse.
She founded a non-profit site to facilitate resource sharing and peer to peer support for military spouses, has spent years leveraging blogs and social media to promote veterans’ interests and most recently served as a special staff officer to a Marine commander in Okinawa, Japan where she was responsible for administering the unit’s web site and maintaining communication with over 700 personnel and their family members.
Today Chris is putting her experience with content management systems and social media to use for Bay Leaf Digital’s clients right here in the USA. Chris is a regular contributor to the Bay Leaf Digital blog.
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Zach is the founder of the De Miche (Meech) group, a digital content marketing agency and the lead content developer for Fortune 50 companies , government entities and academic organizations like , Proctor & Gamble, Macy's, Rutgers University, and the Seventeen Magazine.
Current Principal at Advanced Digital Marketing, a consulting practice providing business development strategy through digital solutions.
He's is a an advocate for the arts and education, and was the former chair of "imagine Doing" , an organization that teaches critical thinking skills through the arts.
Zach Graduated Howard University's school of business Magna Cum Laude with a degree in finance and economics.
Zachary was raised in the theater through the mentorship of producer/director Ricardo Khan, Founder of the Tony Award Winning Crossroads Theatre Company.
This show is dedicated to the godfather of black stage actors: Ira Aldridge, the self-proclaimed “African Roscius” of the 19th century.
The African Grove Theater was A Shakespearean Playhouse Founded in 1816 by Activist William Brown. It was mysteriously burned to the ground.
In 1816 William Brown a retired African American ship steward bought a house in Manhattan on Thompson Street. He used his garden in his backyard to host social events. They were such a big hit that people traveled from all over NY to attend. An all-black theatre troupe and company grew out these tea garden performances.
Riding the success of the theater, Brown later built a fully-fledged performance space on the second floor of his home
– for an audience of more than 300 – at 165 Mercer St., just south of Houston St.
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown talk about social media for small businesses.
The Digital Realist (also known as X.Y.U.) is an EDM music artist and music producer from Atlanta, Ga. He's plays the piano, but primarily performs with the Roland AX-09 'Lucinda' that he dubs in his songs and remixes as 'the power of the key blade'. Unlike most DJs and EDM artist, X.Y.U., envelopes you in his electro sound with live instrumentation. His electronic, robotic sound combined with the live rock performance emphasizes his calling as 'the Digital Realist'. He's opened up for known 80's artist Zapp and new artist such as the girl-trio Karma and has performed with GotNoxx, Matt De LeReaux and the 88Trees band. He's also written music for Anthony Hamilton, Deno Diamond, and local atlanta artist Phillipia Williams and producer Nick Fury. He's been compared to Jimmy Hendrix in playing style and Kanye West in his creativity. 'X' also calls himself 'Herbie Handcock 2014'. Some of his music includes classical and pop cultural influences, intricate remixes, video game and cartoon melodies, Egyptian melodies, movie references, folk lore, and memorizing ambiances all to tell a story.
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Dust & Grooves: Adventures in Record Collecting is an inside look into the world of vinyl record collectors in the most intimate of environments—their record rooms. It all started out several years ago as nothing more than a way for photographer Eilon Paz to make use of his idle hours. Adrift in Brooklyn after emigrating from Israel, Eilon—a record collector on the side—thought it might be fun to start taking photos of people whose record collections were both larger and weirder than his own.
Adopting this as his personal project, he began traveling the world, from Australia to Cuba and Argentina to Ghana, in pursuit of intriguing and memorable subjects. Unearthing the very soul of the vinyl community, the assembly of portraits he created quickly turned into the Dust & Grooves website.
In the summer of 2012, Eilon launched a Kickstarter campaign that funded his road trip to shoot collectors throughout the American heartland, and since then, the project has been embraced by many friends and supporters who have volunteered to work with Eilon along the way. This year, Dust & Grooves expands even further, complementing the website’s cloud with a physical book that profiles over 130 vinyl collectors with photographic essays and in-depth interviews.
Dust & Grooves has engaged and connected the underground community of record collectors. As well as becoming a go-to place for vinyl lovers, it maintains the integrity and history of vinyl, as well as the musical heritage that goes along with every record in these collections. As technology moves forward and many music formats go digital, Eilon’s endeavor helps keep the rich, warm, analog life of vinyl spinning.
Twitter, Facebook, IG, Pinterest, Linkedin, Google...even MySpace. How do we manage them all? Why do we manage them all? What is the benefit to our lives? There is a reason that having a great idea, a basic knowledge of coding and a logical thought process can make you a millionaire tomorrow or in some cases a billionaire.
As humans, no matter how much we try to present a public persona to the contrary, we love to be connected. On this episode, we are going to talk the pros and cons of that connectivity. When is sharing too much of a detriment. Whether you are Kevin Hart, a local politician or pastor, where is the line. We will talk about this with film maker and brand coach, DeShaun Davis.
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