Social Media: Social TV and building audience communities online

Just around the corner is a whole new world of social TV. Social media meets traditional content – audiences become online community members. Social networks around TV.

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Twitter: Politics and Moldova Riots

Social network Twitter tool used in organising riots in Moldova. From CNN:  Moldova: Romania to blame for Twitter riots Protests over Moldova’s election have gathered pace, fueled by Facebook and Twitter. Vladimir Voronin described riots in the Moldovan capital Chisinau against his ruling Communist party’s victory in Sunday elections as “very serious” and pledged to…

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Shocker of a site: StudentRights.com.au

… your right as a student during O-week to get a prepaid ANZ credit card? Welcome to Student Rights! This is Australia’s social, educational and commercial network for students only. The centre piece is this web site, which provides local and international students with a portal of information, resources and communication. For those lucky students that…

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Event: Freelance Journalists and Blogging

Hi I’m speaking on Tuesday 17th June to a bunch of freelance journalists: INVITATION Facebook, blogging and freelance journalism The Sydney Freelance Journalists Group (MEAA) invites you to find out why social media sites like Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn and Blogger could be vital to your future as a freelancer. Join fellow freelance journalists at a…

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