Big Ass Fans, one serious success story from Lexington is expanding. It’s a story worth telling – so have a look.
Scott Clark will speak at Lexington Ad Club July 16th on Social Media in a presentation called ‘Conversations, Control and Calamity” – details inside
Starting with a blog and Twitter presence, Arenas and Live Venues have started to embrace authentic, participatory media as a way to get closer to fans. But challenges, some unique to this business, will face them as the staff must respect the protocol of promotion, licensing, and tour managers. Several people chime in on this, and I invite you to as well.
Sometimes, to become remarkable, you have to ruffle some feathers. And if you’re like these guys, you do it with gigantic fans – both the (slowly) spinning metal kind and the send-me-all-your-schwag kind.
Today the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce released the “New Agenda” list today: “100 of the most compelling suggestions to share with the state and its elected leaders. The selections were made based on viability, financial feasibility, the time needed to implement, innovation and vision, and impact.” I’m wondering where the Creative Class fits into it all, and if anyone has thought about how important that is.
People using content management systems need to educate all users of what will go out not only on the browser, but on the RSS feed, as shown in this example where the tragedy of flight 5191 was sent out as a NEW news story from WTVQ’s RSS feed a year later.