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We live in an age where reality TV is changing our perspectives. Today, a six-year-old girl (forever known as Honey Boo Boo) is famous for her pageantry and antics; Kim Kardashian is famous for being famous. But it doesn’t stop with TV. There’s Jen Selter (@JenSelter) and her rear and exercise moves — all from…

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This is the second post in a two-part series about SMW NY. For the first post, click here. If you read the first post recapping the SMW Press Corps’ coverage of SMW NYC, then you know that the event’s student journalists are keeping the incredible array of content alive via digital format. And we have…

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This is a guest post by Erica Laudon, founder of Modern Wedding Mom. From Youtube, Pinterest, Lover.ly, to Instagram and Facebook -– social media has dramatically changed how brides, mothers of the bride, mothers of the groom, and bridesmaids explore and discover ideas for wedding planning. In addition, brides and mothers of the bride and…

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This post was written by Vivian Nunez. On the last day of Social Media Week NYC, the session held on the Change Stage took on the task of deciphering the lives of networked teens. The panel was aptly called It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens after danah boyd’s book. The discussion centered on…

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This post was written by Vivian Nunez. A panel of top leaders in the communication field sat down on the Is Social Killing Storytelling panel to talk about how social media has changed the landscape of distributing stories, but not storytelling at its essence. This is an especially relevant conversation when our Twitter feed curates so…

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Every year, the Social Media Week team at Crowdcentric follow up the success of our February conference with a little trip in March down to Texas for the annual SXSW Interactive conference, where we eat BBQ, take in the sun, and connect with many of the folks in our global SMW network. It’s a normal…

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This post was written by Joe Geoghan Cindy Gallop, founder and CEO of MakeLoveNotPorn, curated a phenomenally diverse series of conversations, demonstrations, and panels all concerned with the way we talk about, think about, and experience sexuality today. She recently hosted the panel What Women Want: An Honest Conversation On Sex. All participants in the…

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This post was written by Zainab Oni. The way we deliver news has changed in the last two decades because of technological advances like computers and smart phones. More importantly, the way people engage with news has changed because of innovations like Vine, Snapchat, and Instagram that are now competitors for attention. Today, newsrooms are required…

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This post was written by Claire Meyer. As SMW14 came to an end, audiences were treated to a variety of perspectives on millennial content habits and changes those habits have perpetuated. The event kicked off with a discussion of existing millennial misconceptions. The panel agreed that millennials seek content with depth. PolicyMic founder Chris Altchek…

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The final day of Social Media Week kept up the excitement until the very end. The Social Travelers arrived in Copenhagen in time to celebrate at the closing festivities. Nokia made a major announcement of its partnership with Mission 31, making the world of the aquanauts accessible to anyone in real time. Friday night’s parties…

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