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January 31st, 2008

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Jump In #10:Ad guy Jerry Beale

January 31st, 2008

Social media is changing everything, including advertising. Today Marie talks with Jerry Beale, strategic and creative director at Radical Alice about:

* What’s changing in advertising
* What marketers can do
* How to get started
* Why Radical Alice no longer has a MySpace page!

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Next week, Professor Jonathan Schroeder talks about … all kinds of interesting things!

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January 28th, 2008
  • Great commentary from Russell Brown on sensationalistic media reports linking social networking site Bebo to teen suicides. I think I’ll bring this up when anyone casts aspersions on online journalism. My guess is, half the time online journalism is more

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(Audio) Jump In 9: 68-year-old music pioneer David Garratt

January 25th, 2008

Today’s Jump In is a little different, showing how social media can help anyone.

In 1968 David Garratt and his wife Dale transformed church music. Forty years later, David’s still pioneering, using social media to spark discussions on the use of indigenous music in worship.

It’s really interesting to hear David’s perceptions of the benefits of social media. He’s seen beyond mere technology to the real purpose of social media – connecting people.

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Jump In #9: 68-year-old music pioneer David Garratt

January 25th, 2008

Today’s Jump In is a little different, showing how social media can help anyone.

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In 1968 David and Dale Garratt transformed church music. Forty years later, David’s still pioneering, using social media to spark discussions on the use of indigenous music in worship.

It’s really interesting to hear David’s perceptions of the benefits of social media. He’s seen beyond mere technology to the real purpose of social media – connecting people.

Next week, ad industry transformation agent Jerry Beale.
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