Newsletter subscribe

EPN News, Six Pixels of Separation, Social Media

Occupy Media – Media Hacks #40

Posted: March 15, 2012 at 12:51 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Occupy Media – Media Hacks #40

Welcome to episode #281 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. This is also episode #40 of Media Hacks. Joining me for this chat is C.C. Chapman, Hugh McGuire and Julien Smith. In a world of unconferences, crowdsourcing and Social Media, it’s surprising how many people struggle with the messages coming out of the Occupy Wall Street movement. If anything, it is a testament to everything that has been built in these online channels for the past decade. In this episode, we look at the media, the messages and how – in a world of media fragmentation – we can’t be freaked out when people’s messages become fragmented as well. This is not so much about politics as it is about the media, messages and the social implications of power and publishing. As with all episodes of Media Hacks, some of the language is not safe for work (blame Julien). Enjoy the conversation…

Mitch Joel is President of Twist Image ‹ an award-winning Digital Marketing and Communications agency. In 2008, Mitch was named Canada’s Most Influential Male in Social Media, one of the top 100 online marketers in the world, and was awarded the highly-prestigious Canada’s Top 40 Under 40. His first book, Six Pixels of Separation (published by Grand Central Publishing – Hachette Book Group), named after his successful Blog and Podcast is a business and marketing best-seller. You can find him here:

[box_yellow]Note: If you’d like to subscribe using an RSS feed click on the gray RSS feed button at the top left of this page or better still subscribe to the podcast on iTunes it’s free and you’ll never miss an episode on EPN.

For those who’d like to download this episode or listen to it now, right click on the download link above or left click on the grey arrow button above to play now.[/box_yellow]

Comments (0)

write a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.