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Jennifer Neeley

The A-List With Jennifer Neeley

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On The A-List, Jennifer Neeley interviews social media, journalism, entertainment and philanthropic influencers and thought leaders: What they do, how they got where they are and the passions that fuel their journey. Jennifer is a social media management consultant and strategist, speaker and new media pioneer, who spearheads a variety of social media functions and programs for her clients—committed to helping them achieve maximum benefit from their social media investment. An Emmy(R)-nominated media veteran who has worked for the “Big Three” TV networks, she earned her Masters from Columbia School of Journalism and Bachelors from Cal Berkeley. Jennifer brings her passion for interviewing to the program.

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Sometimes you come across a new service that holds the promise of what social networking is supposed to be. That's what happened when came across wissr and subsequently spoke with its founder and CEO, Venkat Gopi. Pronounced... more

Editor's note: This podcast originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." This week's podcast brings us 'double the pleasure, double the fun' (sorry, guys, I keep thinking Wrigley's Doublemint gum... more

Editor's note: This podcast originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." Intel, Intel, Intel... is it the unsung hero of effective B2B social media? I'll be asking that very question of Josh Hilliker, one... more

Editor's note: This podcast originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." What do Web analytics have to do with communications companies anyway? A lot. That's my not-so-humble opinion,... more

Editor's note: This podcast was originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." With a guy like Guy, where do you start? Throughout the highs and lows (has he had 'lows'?) of his career, his winning... more

Editor's note: This podcast was originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." Back in the days when I was a Columbia Journalism student, everyone used one exalted resource for one reason or... more

Editor's note: This podcast was originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." Today our guest is Mark Evans, President of the San Francisco American Marketing Association (SFAMA) and... more

Editor's note: This podcast was originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." It always amazing to me how companies can have a 'persona,' seemly without even trying. That's one of the many... more

Editor's note: This podcast was originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." It's an unfortunate aspect of live as a grown up that sometimes you have to associate with people you don't especially... more

Editor's note: This podcast was originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise." Today I had the pleasure of discussing how influence happens today and much more with Tom Foremski, the former... more
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