Darren Tome Technical Product Manager NBC Local Media IS/MISM ‘05
NBC Local Media
So My City – Sound Off
Mood of the City
Issues with Crowdsourcing
@NBCChicago @NBCConnecticut @NBCSanDiego @NYThread @BlueStarBlog @NBCMiami @NBCBayAreaCom @NBCPhiladelphia @NBCLocalDC @NB...
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Social Media For Change, Darren Tome

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Heinz College Alumni Reunion 2009 kicked off with an alumni panel titled, “Social media for change: A conversation about its impact on business, policy and culture.” The panel was moderated by Assistant Professor Laura Dabbish, CS (MS-HCI) 2005, CS (Ph.D.-HCI) 2006, and featured presentations by five alumni who are using social networking technology to advance business, government and society. In the spirit of networking, the event received live coverage from exponentialweb.com, a blog founded by two Heinz College students, as well as from Brad Stephenson (MAM 2005), our very own Heinz College social media manager.

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Social Media For Change, Darren Tome

  1. 1. Darren Tome Technical Product Manager NBC Local Media IS/MISM ‘05
  2. 2. NBC Local Media
  3. 3. So My City – Sound Off
  4. 4. Mood of the City
  5. 5. Issues with Crowdsourcing
  6. 6. @NBCChicago @NBCConnecticut @NBCSanDiego @NYThread @BlueStarBlog @NBCMiami @NBCBayAreaCom @NBCPhiladelphia @NBCLocalDC @NBCLosAngeles

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