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Mikel Ellcessor, former general manager of WDET, Detroit, warns that social media can give us a false sense of connection. He also gives a suggestion for how to make meaningful connections in one’s community.
The changing nature of communication in the world has impacted the way people speak to each other and search for information. New technologies have made interacting easier and more immediate than ever before.
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Summer’s winding down, and I’m sure most of you have heard Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call…
Sean Malone, President and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, discusses his connection to the San Francisco Ballet despite never having seen them in person.
In “Building a New American Theater of the Commons,” Polly Carl and Vijay Matthew of…
These survey results show that influence (particularly online) has less to do with the size of your audience and more to do with the value of the content you are providing
Patricia Mooradian, President of The Henry Ford, discusses the key elements necessary to build a great visitor experience — from resources and research to curriculum and web presence.
Patricia Mooradian, President of The Henry Ford, talks about the importance of social media as a way for visitors to share their own visitor experience and continue the discussion beyond the museum walls.
Douglas McLennan, Editor of ArtsJournal, talks about how arts organizations should be thinking of social media.
We often hear arts leaders asking about how to use social media. This McKinsey Quarterly article offers a good frame for looking at social media.
An interesting look at how a few smart organizations have integrated social media into their work.
Sally Sterling, an executive search consultant within Spencer Stuart, discusses trends in arts organizations.
This podcast features Nina K. Simon, author of The Participatory Museum, and Rob Stein, Chief Information Officer at the Indianapolis Museum of Art discussing how cultural organizations can use social media and social-media-type interactions (such as building a community of interest) to build more robust experiences and relationships.
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