How can we keep up with the breathtaking changes in the social media world? We can't. But we can take a sharp look at what is coming around the corner and give ourselves some time to think about how new and promising tools fit into our nonprofit/ small business communications strategy.
Part of the continuing series of Media Maven Lunches.
Host Nick Carter speaks with Andy Bromage, Seven Days VT Reporter and Mike Donoghue, from the Burlington Free Press on the timely topic of 'Government Transparency and Trends in Vermont News Media'.
Greg Besso, a freshman at Lyndon State College and long time Channel 17 volunteer, shares insights into the evolving world of technology with current volunteer LC Hines.
Melinda Moulton hosts Vermont Folklife Center staff, Brent Bjorkman, Executive Director, Greg Sharrow, Director of Education, and Ned Castle, Digital Media Instructor.
Ari Berman and Gov. Dean have an open discussion about Berman's book, Herding Donkeys: The Fight to Rebuild the Democratic Party and Reshape American Politics which chronicles the recent history of the DNC, how Gov. Dean's chairmanship affected the Democratic Party, and what that meant for the elections of 2006, 2008 and the recent midterms.
Due to technical problems, we were not able to tape the whole discussion.
Authors Doyle Canning and Patrick Reinsborough, authors of Re:Imagining Change - How to Use Story-based Strategy to Win Campaigns, Build Movements, and Change the World (PM Press, 2010) share accounts of how communities across the country are using narrative to make systemic change.
Sponsored by Free Speech TV: A panel discussion with panelists Georgia Sugimura Archer (Film Director), Casey Rae-Hunter (Communications Director & Policy Strategist, Future of Music Coalition), Josh Levy (Free Press) and panel moderator Jon Stout of Free Speech TV, about the topical issues surrounding the open internet.
1:00 AMEssex Junction Trustees
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