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Friday, September 20 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Infographics, gaming and mobile, social media: How Latinos will be reached today and tomorrow in our mobile, social word

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The research tells Latinos are leading users of social media, and have been earliest, strongest adopters of mobile technology – from smartphones, to tablets, Latinos leverage mobile and social technology ahead of the curve. But what does that mean for reaching the community? What will smart communications campaigns of tomorrow look like? What does the term ‘multimedia’ really include?   

 


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Jason Llorenz

Rutgers University School of Communication and Information
Disclaimer: My personal Facebook page is social for me, and not necessarily the way I brand my work.
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Pat Munoz

Managing Editor, Latino Information network at Rutgers (LIN@R)
Patricia Munoz has 25 years of experience in the areas of Journalism, | Management and Media. From 2003 through 2008 she was the Editor of Nuestra | Comunidad, a Spanish-language Gannett weekly publication covering the | Latino community in Central New Jersey. | Previously, Patricia... Read More →
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Elianne Ramos

Principal and CEO of Speak Hispanic Communications; Vice-Chair of Marketing & PR for Latinos in Social Media (LATISM)
Elianne is Principal and CEO of Speak Hispanic Communications, and Vice-Chair of Marketing & PR for Latinos in Social Media (LATISM). Her specialty is the production of high quality online/offline U.S. Latino and Latin American advocacy campaigns. She’s the brain behind highly-rated... Read More →
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Allison Remsen

Executive Director, Mobile Future
Allison Remsen is the Executive Director of Mobile Future. With nearly twenty years experience working on communications issues, she joined Mobile Future in 2008. Prior to the coalition, she served as Vice President – Media Relations for the United States Telecom Association... Read More →
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Joe Sanchez

Assistant Professor, Library and Information Science, Rutgers University


Friday September 20, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Conrad Suite

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