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Looking back on the AMA digital marketing day …

SusanHalligan v2Susan Halligan is a Social Media Consultant based in New York. As the former Marketing Director of The New York Public Library, she established their first-ever marketing department and helped move the library from traditional communication to new media platforms. The Don’t Close the Book advocacy campaign was nominated by MarketingSherpa to the 2010 Viral and Social Media Hall of Fame and the library was awarded the 2010 PR News Non-Profit PR Award.

Susan visited London to speak at the AMA Digital Marketing Day 2011 and now she has returned home reflects on the day …

It was a great honour to be part of the Arts Marketing Association’s Digital Marketing Day at the beautiful Sadler’s Wells Theatre in Islington.

The day-long conference on 10th November, featured speakers like Neil Perkin, Founder, Only Dead Fish, Allegra Burnette, Creative Director of Digital Media, MoMA, Kinglsey Jayaskera, Director of Communications and Digital Strategy, Sadler’s Wells, Jesse Ringham, Digital Communications Manager, Tate, and attendees from a wide-range of arts and culturals including the Almeida Theatre, the Berlin Philharmonic, Caper, Glynebourne Opera, LSO, National Gallery, Park Circus, Southbank Centre … I could go on: an impressive group.

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Everyone wants to be on TV

ColdicuttheadshotRachel Coldicutt has been creating and commissioning digital content across the arts and entertainment sectors since 1997.

She has previously worked for the BBC, Endemol, the V&A and the Royal Opera House, and is now a director at Caper, specialising in digital innovation and the arts. She blogs at fabricofthings.wordpress.com

To accompany her presentaton at the AMA digital marketing day on Thursday 10th November this post asks searching questions of the desire to put our arts organisations on TV…


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Citizen’s Advice

MattLawton170x190Matthew Lawton is Communications Director for National Theatre Wales . Like the organisation he works for, he likes to defy convention:
 

How  long do you sit in a traffic jam before you decide to take an alternative route? Most people are content with staying put on the highway, happy with the familiarity of the long straight, better than the unpredictability and uncertainty of a new route. My career thus far has always followed the road less travelled, breaking traditions, boundaries, rules, conventions in the delivery of exciting projects and campaigns.Get out of the traffic jam!

In this post, Matt explains how NTW has developed Citizen Journalism and its benefit to the organisation. 

 

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