Representing the Kstudio team, I attended a panel session entitled “YouTube as the New Campfire” during Social Media Week. During this session, the panelists talked about the qualities required for a video to be successful. Not only must the video
As part of Social Media Week, I attended the panel, “Technology Tastemakers: How Social Media Socialites Influence Fashion Brands,” hosted by Parsons. The event explored how online media is evolving and the role the Internet and social media will play
2011 Social Media Week had the digital world of New York City all a buzz, as industry experts, business folk and eager entrepreneurs came together to share best practices across the board. Being one of many fish swimming in the
Social Media Week has kicked off in New York City, and one of the panels that I attended was Social Media and Social Styling: Can the Next Rachel Zoe Be Found Online? Let me first cut to the chase and
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
What are women up to when they head online? comScore, a marketing research company, tries to answer just that in a report issued recently, entitled Women on the Web: How Women are Shaping the Internet. The study takes an in-depth
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.
The second and final day of the 140 Characters Conference, which explores the effects of real-time internet on both our professional and personal lives, is today at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. If you can’t make it