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Mobile Media As A Force For Change - presentation (extended + videos), Oct 20, 2009, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Full transcript of this presentation: http://blog.trinetizen.com/wordpress/?p=823

Mobile Media As A Force For Change - presentation (extended + videos), Oct 20, 2009, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Full transcript of this presentation: http://blog.trinetizen.com/wordpress/?p=823

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  • 1. Mobile and social media as a force for change October 20, 2009 The (extended + videos) presentation by Julian Matthews, Trinetizen Media
  • 2. Stories to share 1Iran 1India 1Kenya 2Malaysia
  • 3. 1. Iran: Neda
  • 4. Warning: Explicit video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbdEf0QRsLM
  • 5. Neda: Symbol of injustice in Iran
  • 6.  
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  • 9. Neda’s impact Obama: “heartbreaking” Viral video: 4.6m views Trending topic hashtag: #neda Protesters: Young, urban, self-motivated and angry But armed with mobilephones and the power of social media
  • 10.
    • “ Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.
    “ Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead, cultural anthropologist
  • 11. 2. India: Moral brigade attacks women in bars
  • 12. Creative protest
  • 13.  
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  • 15. Pink panty protest
    • It was non-violent.
    • It shamed the perpetrators.
    • It brought global attention to the issue.
    • It struck a chord with women and support groups around the world.
    • It wasn’t an email petition. The protesters had to mail it in, adding to its impact.
    • Young, urban, self-motivated, angry.
    • And armed with mobilephones and the power of social media
  • 16. “ When we change the way we communicate, we change society,” Cl ay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody
  • 17. 3. Kenya
  • 18. Kibera slums of Nairobi
  • 19. 4.Twestival: Tweet. Meet. Give.
  • 20. Twestival Kuala Lumpur
  • 21. Raised RM11,000 + two PC Desktops + Broadband Destiny Starting Point , a home for delinquent boys in Klang Young, urban, self-motivated and armed with mobile devices and the power of social media Twitter-driven
  • 22. Niki: New media renaissance man?
    • Co-organiser of KL Twestival
    • Asst editor
    • Columnist
    • Blogger
    • Trains
    • Theatre actor
    • 1,650 friends on Facebook
    • 1,770 followers on Twitter
    • JUST TURNED 30
  • 23. Social media skills training
  • 24. 5. A new model for journalism
  • 25. Citizen journalism project
  • 26. Sign of the times
  • 27.  
  • 28.
    • Everyone is the media
    • We are no longer passive consumers, we are ACTIVE participants, creators, producers and organizers.
    • This change is fundamental, permanent and messy.
    • Live with it.
    Takeaways
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  • 30. Contact: