1. Transforming Media


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    Old, mainstream media lacks substance and integrity. Concentrated media owners promote trivial TV shows and news segments. These flawed productions have always been a one-way communication. But with new media — such as the Internet, social media, and the video technology of smart phones — we can transform the media landscape to a two-way communication. New media provides connectivity and information sharing that opens doors to vital information. Real-time communication platforms like Twitter and Facebook spread the word about what's happening within the world long before the mainstream media can print the story. In addition to instancy, new media allows society to participate in the news rather than only consume, making the originally one-sided relationship a two-sided relationship. AUDIO The xx - Intro

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    • Digital Conversation with Robin Taylor and Lucila de Alejandro of Suzie's Farm


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      We caught up with Robin Taylor and Lucila de Alejandro of Suzie's Farm for August's digital conversation. Feeling inspired by the scenery? Then don't forget to purchase your ticket to the Autumnal Equinox Dinner. This is a great opportunity to see the farm for yourself while eating an incredible meal with old and new friends! Click the link to buy your tickets: http://www.suziesfarm.com/index.php?/site/orderOnline/#ecwid:category=917666&mode=product&product=12106839

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      • Thought Leadership Series Part 2: The Open Web - Measuring Online Conversation With Dennis Stoutenburgh


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        Learn what can be done with the power of digital conversations on the increasingly open and social web from Dennis Stoutenburgh, Co-founder of Social Strategy1. Plus, find out how those conversation can drive revenue for your business and how to measure the ROI.

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