InformationWeek Radio Explores the Social Media Life of USFWS
Do fish use Facebook? Do bears tweet? When it comes to social media, the US Fish and Wildlife Service is much more evolved than you think. InformationWeek Radio goes wild to find the real story.
Jul 31, 2014
NEW YORK, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- If a bear tweets out an update in the woods, does it really count as social media? These and other questions are just some of the topics InformationWeek Radio plans to discuss with a special guest from the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
Join InformationWeek editor Curtis Franklin and Dan Ashe, the director of USFWS, as they explore the ways that social media, including Facebook and Twitter, are changing the way the agency works with the public and how the public looks at nature through the lens of social media.
This wild and woolly special edition of InformationWeek Radio takes place on Friday, August 1, at 3:00 p.m. EDT (Noon PDT). For a special preview of the show and to learn to more about social media and USFWS, click here to read Franklin's blog post.
In many ways, the lessons of the USFWS using social media to better educate the public can be translated into how businesses can better connect with their customers using many of the same best-practices. If you're in charge of your company's social media outreach, this is a show for you.
Click here to register for the show, which starts promptly at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, August 1:
In addition to the live interview, listeners can ask questions and leave comments in the chat room. Please join InformationWeek Radio this Friday and get a better handle on social media.