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  1. Google Doodle Celebrates 'Where the Wild Things Are' Author Maurice Sendak

    In a 2004 interview with PBS, Sendak talked about how his storytelling style was different than others in his genre. Maurice Sendak was born on this date 85 years ago. A Google Doodle today pays tribute to the author and illustrator known for such...

  2. Optimizing Second Screen Engagement: Lessons for Brands From Twitter

    Big Bird trended on Twitter during the election campaigns when Mitt Romney talked about cutting PBS funding. He went beyond talking about social being the second screen experience and started off with a bang saying Twitter is the second screen.

  3. Google Paints a Happy Little Bob Ross Birthday Doodle

    “The Joy of Painting” TV show host Bob Ross is celebrated on Google’s homepage today with a Google Doodle paying tribute to the artist known for teaching PBS viewers to paint landscapes, including mountains surrounded by happy little clouds and...

  4. Is Diego Rivera Google Doodle a Nod to the 99%?

    According to PBS, the mural he designed for Henry Ford "depicted industrial life in the United States, concentrating on the car plant workers of Detroit," and whilst the piece drew criticism for expressing socialist sympathies, it was defended by...

  5. Martha Graham Dance Animates Google Logo With Ryan Woodward Art

    She collaborated with some of the foremost artists of her time including the composer Aaron Copland and the sculptor Isamu Noguchi," PBS noted. Martha Graham was born 117 years ago today and Google called on "motionographer" Ryan Woodward to honor...

  6. How Do You Encourage People To Share Your YouTube Videos on Facebook, Twitter and Blogs?

    Example: "Genocide: Worse Than War | Full-length Documentary | PBS. These are documentaries similar to what you'd see on PBS or the Discovery Channel. The online video market continued to gain momentum in 2010, with an average of 179 million...

  7. Everyone is Twittering, But Is Anyone Listening?

    NPR, MSNBC, and PBS immediately replied to Smithsonian Student Travel's tweet, expressing interest in hearing from middle school students and teachers. This was helped by the conference being kicked off by an energetic keynote speaker and...

  8. Tips for Making the Most of SES San Jose

    No, I'm not talking about the delightfully entertaining kids' show on PBS featuring Mathman, but the real square one: where do you start? Ladies and gentlemen, start your search engines! As a lead-up to SES San Jose, we've got some tips and...

  9. Digging deeper into the social press release

    First of all, a tip of the cap to Drew Kerr over at Four Corners Communications for emailing me about a new post by Mark Glaser on the MediaShift weblog at PBS, which is entitled, "The Social Press Release: Multimedia, Two-Way, Direct to the Public.

  10. Charlie Rose To Host First Live Online Presidential Debates

    The debates, scheduled to take place after Labor Day, will be hosted by PBS' Charlie Rose. Yahoo along with the Huffington Post and Slate will host two presidential debates during the 2008 campaign. Hosted by Charlie Rose, these interactive debates...