Cross Cultural Communication in Technology, News Media & Film
“We look at the Web as being our basic power plant, kind of like electricity, so the Web and communicating in this fashion is second nature to us now. It’s not like we go brochure, television, mail. It’s Web, and then everything else. It’s social media first, and everything else.” – Ted Leonsis, owner of the Washington Capitals
The panel,"Cross Cultural Communication in Technology, News Media & Film" will address the various opportunities (and disadvantages) that one can count on when communicating cross culturally via the web. Our panelist will openly, and organically, discuss ways in which you can make communicating online useful to you no matter where you are based, your orgin, or your culture. http://www.spelman.edu/dmis/
Owner of Global Culture Science Brands (www.globalculturescience.com), Filmmaker (director/actor/writer), and global advocate. On the boards of Women In Film & TV of Atlanta, and the United Nations Association of Atlanta. Interested in social media and how it connects people cross culturally. Multicultural Track Leader for Digital Atlanta 2011. On Twitter @Culturatist .
Dr. Kendra A. King is a sought-after political thinker and commentator on political and spiritual leadership, Hip Hop politics and culture, African-American politics, the Black church, and leadership training and development. She is an Associate Professor of Politics at Oglethorpe University and the Director of the Rich Foundation Urban Program. She instructs both undergraduate and graduate courses on American Politics, Political Theory, African-American Politics, and Urban Politics... Read More →
Danica Kombol is the founder of the Everywhere Agency, a leading social media marketing firm with clients such as Macy’s, Cox Communications, Imax and Coca-Cola. Everywhere holds the Guinness Record for the “most widespread social marketing message” as a result of their social good campaign, #BeatCancer. As a Social Media marketer, Danica draws on her extensive background as a television producer and public relations executive. She began her career at Sesame Workshop where she was involved... Read More →
Octavia E. Nasr is the founder of Bridges Media Consulting and Editor of OctaviaNasr.com. She dedicates a large portion of her time to writing, providing commentary, and lecturing on Middle East politics and current affairs. Her expertise also engulfs the marriage between social and traditional media with a focus on employing social media in newsgathering and reporting. You can find her online at http://octavianasr.com
- Audience Artists, Business, Communications, Consultants, Education, Film, Journalist, Marketing, Media, News
- Subject Business, Communications, Education, Human Rights, Justice, Lifestyle, Rights
- Tags advocacy, Business, CNN, communication, culture, education, ethics, film, human rights, lifestyle, news media
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