We are proud to announce that the Skype team took home the Gold SABRE Award for Branded Journalism at the 2013 SABRE Awards dinner on Tuesday, in recognition of our work on the Skype Blog Network! We were against some
Years ago, Bob Dylan famously sang, “Oh the times, they are a-changing.” The lyrics have never been truer. The digital age has brought unique challenges to old business models. One industry that’s poised to adapt the most quickly, according to
New York Internet Week is upon us again, and Kaplow’s Kdrive social media team (@chaimhaas @rgedarov @beasocial @whoaadreambig @badashdesigns) have been busy attending as many events as possible. On Monday morning, I attended a panel hosted at the Four Points
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of hosting Tim Massie, Chief Public Affairs Officer and an Adjunct Professor of Communications at Marist College (my alma matter) for a brief visit to Kaplow. Tim is one of my friends
Kaplow had representation on the ground – literally, I was sitting on the ground – at Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s “Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear” in Washington, DC this past weekend. The highly anticipated event was nothing short
Several members of Kaplow’s Kdrive social media division were in attendance at the re-launch of the New York Social Media Meetup on Tuesday, hosted at the downtown loft of Mass.com. Chaim Haas (@chaimhaas), SVP of Technology & Emerging Media and
Who says you can’t take Twitter under water? My learning at this week’s 140 character conference (#140conf) says otherwise. When I found out that famed oceanographer Jacques Cousteau’s grandson, Fabien Cousteau, would be presenting a talk, I felt like a kid again — I used to beg my parents to stay up late to watch his TV specials. Fabien, who along with his father Jean-Michel Cousteau host the PBS show Ocean Adventures, discussed how the emergence of the real-time web and social media has effected how he interacts with his audience.