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Office meetings a snooze? 5 tips for giving them pizazz

In today's high-tech office environment, are face-to-face meetings necessary, or even possible, when so many brokerages are virtual? Here's how to host a meeting that your officemates will enjoy attending.
Tags: Opinion, Radio, Agenda, Meetings, B2b, Facebook Live, Office Meetings, Meeting, Consistent, Brokerage, Select, Back To Basics, Erica Ramus


Twitter and Facebook join global pledge to fight hate speech online

At a summit in Paris Wednesday, representatives from Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc., committed to use and develop rules, algorithms and direct intervention to curb the uploading, promotion, amplification and distribution of violent extremism on social media platforms. The initiative calls for hate speech to be “immediately and permanently” taken down, though isn’t legally binding. French President Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, were joined by lea...
Tags: Google, Facebook, White House, Advertising, Senegal, Theresa May, Nick Clegg, Paris, New Zealand, Jordan, Leo Varadkar, Facebook Live, Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron, Vivendi SA, Macky Sall


White House Refuses to Support 'Christchurch Call' That Condemns Extremism Online, Releases Absolutely Bonkers Statement

The White House has declined to endorse a non-binding response condemning the spread of hate speech and terrorist radicalization on social media. The response, dubbed the “Christchurch Call,” was written in the wake of the terrorist attacks that killed 51 people at two mosques in New Zealand and livestreamed on…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Science, Microsoft, France, White House, Social Media, Terrorism, New Zealand, Donald Trump, Facebook Live, Emmanuel Macron, White Nationalism, Paris accord, President Trump


Facebook Live Violations: One Strike and You’re Out

Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg promised tighter restrictions on Facebook Live in late March, in reaction to the spreading of videos of the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, earlier that month. The social network took steps to make good on that promise this week. Vice president of integrity Guy Rosen said in a Newsroom...
Tags: Advertising, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Live, Christchurch New Zealand, Social Pro Daily, Guy Rosen


Following Livestreamed Mass Shooting, Facebook Introduces One Strike Policy On Livestreams

In the two months since a man brutally attacked Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand, and livestreamed his shootings on Facebook, the social media company has faced scrutiny and pressure from advocates and politicians to stop the spread of violent and hateful content. Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Science, Christchurch, Facebook Live, Christchurch New Zealand


Facebook is dialling up punishments for users who abuse live video after the Christchurch massacre

Facebook announced Tuesday that it is tightening its rules around live streaming following the Christchurch mosque shootings. Facebook will now act on a "one strike" basis for live videos, blocking users immediately from broadcasting live if they seriously violate Facebook's policies. The company is also investing $7.5 million in research to develop new ways to prevent people circulating videos like Christchurch, using editing tricks to slip past its automated systems. It means Facebook is esc...
Tags: Facebook, London, Instagram, Trends, New Zealand, Berkeley, Christchurch, Facebook Live, Facebook Facebook, Rosen, Integrity Guy Rosen, University of Maryland Cornell


Facebook introduces ‘one strike’ policy to combat abuse of its live-streaming service

Facebook is cracking down on its live streaming service after it was used to broadcast the shocking mass shootings that left 50 dead at two Christchurch mosques in New Zealand in March. The social network said today that it is implementing a ‘one strike’ rule that will prevent users who break its rules from using the Facebook Live service. “From now on, anyone who violates our most serious policies will be restricted from using Live for set periods of time — for example 30 days — starting on ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Media, Instagram, Maryland, California, Social Media, Tech, Ceo, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Live, Computing, New Zealand, Myanmar


Facebook institutes one-strike policy for ‘Live’ violations; Also, more benefits to American contracted content moderators

A couple of quick policy updates from Facebook: Facebook will block access to ‘Live’ at single violation In wake of the Christchurch attack shooting streaming on Facebook Live, the company will now block access to Facebook Live tool for people who violate its serious policies relating... ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, News, Social Media, Christchurch, Live Streaming, Facebook Live, Content Moderation, Labour rights


5 Video Tips From a Former Facebook Live Producer

Video. It’s the recurring suggestion you get to expand your business and grow your audience. But where do you start? Do Facebook Live, they say. Get on YouTube Live. Just go live because it’s cheaper than hiring a camera crew or renting a camera. It may seem either very easy or so overwhelming that you […] The post 5 Video Tips From a Former Facebook Live Producer appeared first on Fluxe Digital Marketing.
Tags: Video, Blog, Facebook Live, Branding, Tools & Resources


Useful Emergency Communication Tools

Click here: for the complete article on the tacda.org website. Useful Emergency Communication Tools Ask yourself, “How would I communicate with my loved ones if something really bad happens?Most likely, you will use emergency communication tools, some that you have already, and others you could benefit from, such as those below. What are emergency communication tools? They are hardware and software that connect you to your family, friends, colleagues and community as well as with first responder...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Religion, Facebook Live, American Red Cross, Verizon T Mobile, Emergency Communications, Emergency Communication, Poetslife, Useful Emergency Communication Tools, MDMEMA Maryland Emergency Management Agency, MDSP Maryland State, Meebo Google, Kik WeChat


Facebook takes its Portal international, adds WhatsApp, Facebook Live support

At its F8 developer conference, Facebook today announced that it is launching its Portal video chat hardware internationally by bringing it to Canada and a select number of European countries, too. This roll-out will begin in June. In the U.S., Portal sells for $199 and $349, depending on the screen size. The company did not announce international pricing. Portal originally only launched in the U.S. for  As the company’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg noted during his F8 keynote today, th...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Social Media, Tech, Whatsapp, Software, Canada, United States, Operating Systems, Facebook Live, Zuckerberg, WhatsApp Messenger, Facebook F8, F8 2019


BroadwayWorld.com: Works of Jordan Millar & Jessie Montgomery April 30, Noon, NYC

Jordan Millar & Jessie Montgomery Broadway World by Sarah Hookey Apr. 23, 2019 The New World Symphony presents the world premiere of The Abandoned Castle, a work for string quartet composed by 12-year-old Jordan Millar, a member of the New York Philharmonic's Very Young Composer (VYC) program. Ms. Millar composed The Abandoned Castle working with Philharmonic Teaching Artist Justin Jay Hines, and she connected with Fellows of the New World Symphony (NWS) via the...
Tags: New York, Religion, Fifth Avenue, Nws, Montgomery, Facebook Live, National Alliance, New York Philharmonic, Millar, Broadway World, William J Zick, Sphinx Organization, League of American Orchestras, Strum, Jessie Montgomery, Jordan Millar


Facebook will stop rule breakers live streaming after the Christchurch massacre, but is set to resist bigger changes

Facebook is going to stop users from posting live videos if they have broken the company's community guidelines in the past, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. The change, first mooted by COO Sheryl Sandberg, follows the Christchurch mosque massacre being broadcast on Facebook Live. Facebook looks set to eschew bigger changes like slapping a time delay on live videos — an old TV trick allowing potentially offensive material to be censored before it reaches viewers. Visit BusinessInsider.com fo...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Trends, New Zealand, Jeff Bezos, Christchurch, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Live, Right Wing Watch, Sydney Morning Herald, Sandberg, Facebook COO, COO Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Live Facebook, New Zealand Herald First


How to go live on Facebook from your phone or computer

Facebook Live lets you livestream video using your phone's camera or computer's webcam. To go live on Facebook, just begin to create a new post and tap "Live" or "Live Video." You can livestream at any time as long as you have a cellular connection or a WiFi or hardwired connection, and you'll get better video quality with the latter two.  You can control who can watch your Facebook Live video, and whether to publish it to your Facebook page after recording is completed. Facebook Live lets ...
Tags: Facebook, Trends, Grant, Facebook Live, Watch Google, Facebook How, Create Post


Tech commentator dismisses Facebook's response as 'too little, too late'

Facebook has broken its silence over the Christchurch terror attacks by unveiling plans to combat hate speech.In a letter provided to the Weekend Herald, the platform says they're looking into restricting access to Facebook Live... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Facebook, Business, Christchurch, Facebook Live, Weekend Herald


Sheryl Sandberg says Facebook is ‘exploring’ restrictions following Christchurch attacks

In an open letter published by the New Zealand Herald, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg finally addressed the shocking mass shootings that left 50 dead at two Christchurch mosques. The first of part of the deadliest mass shooting in modern new Zealand history was live-streamed on Facebook by the attacker. But while the site’s technology was used the broadcast the horrific attacks, Facebook has largely stayed silent on the matter in the intervening two weeks. Sandberg broke that silence in her letter...
Tags: Facebook, Tech, Policy, New Zealand, Christchurch, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Live, Sandberg, New Zealand Herald Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg


Facebook to restrict Facebook Live after New Zealand mosque shootings, Sheryl Sandberg says

Facebook is considering restrictions on who can livestream on the social network following shootings at two New Zealand mosques, Sheryl Sandberg said.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Facebook, Usa, News, New Zealand, Usa Today, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Live


Facebook’s AI couldn’t spot mass murder

Facebook has given another update on measures it took and what more it’s doing in the wake of the livestreamed video of a gun massacre by a far right terrorist who killed 50 people in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Earlier this week the company said the video of the slayings had been viewed less than 200 times during the livestream broadcast itself, and about about 4,000 times before it was removed from Facebook — with the stream not reported to Facebook until 12 minutes after it had ...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Isis, Tech, New Zealand, Christchurch, Facebook Live, Christchurch New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, Global Internet Forum, Ardern, Moderating Facebook


6 Event Marketing Tips From The Facebook Live Team

As with everything else that takes place live, Facebook Live moments can be an unpredictable beast, and using the tool successfully means being prepared for mishaps and pitfalls. Here we look at six essential tips from the from the Facebook Live team. _______________________________ Guest post by Ronnie Higgins of Eventbrite You’re backstage before the show when you see your headlining band horsing around. “This is a Facebook Live moment,” you think. You whip out your iPhone, queue u...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Diy, Marketing, Social Media, Music Industry, Guest Post, Indie, Musicians, New Orleans, Facebook Live, Music Business, Live & Touring, Musician, Mardi Gras, Facebook Page


Facebook says the original New Zealand shooter video was viewed about 4,000 times before removal

Facebook released new figures about its attempts to stop the spread of videos after a shooter livestreamed his attacks on two Christchurch, New Zealand mosques last Friday, killing 50 people. In a blog post, Facebook vice president and deputy general counsel Chris Sonderby said that the video was viewed less than 200 times during the live broadcast, during which no users reported the video. Including views during the live broadcast, the video was viewed about 4,000 times before it was removed...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Instagram, Tech, New Zealand, Violence, Christchurch, Facebook Live, Facebook It, Christchurch New Zealand, Moderation, Chris Sonderby, Sonderby


The fork in the road for social media and our society

The horror from Christchurch, New Zealand, that exploded across newspaper pages and television, computer and smartphone screens this weekend captured imaginations in ways that no one could possibly have imagined beforehand. The fact that one individual armed with a semi-automatic rifle could visit such an outrage upon people worshipping in a place of religion isn’t the worst of it, awful and distressing though this event is with at least 50 people shot dead and scores wounded, some in cr...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, UK, Technology, Social Networks, America, Social Media, Communication, Society, Blogging, Web, New Zealand, Reddit, Christchurch, Facebook Live, Online Media


Brenton Tarrant, New Zealand Mosque Shooter, Streamed Attack on Facebook Live

A man named Brenton Tarrant used Facebook Live to record himself as he shot up a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand Friday (Mar. 15).While police haven’t released the name of the shooter, a video showing a gunman opening fire at the Al Noor Mosque was published on the page of a man named Brenton Tarrant.#BREAKING: Man allegedly involved in mass shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand live-streamed shooting rampage on Facebook; still frames are from video I obtained moments ago. pic.twitter.com/Uw...
Tags: Facebook, News, Guns, Australia, World news, New Zealand, Jazz, Breaking News, Mass Shootings, Gun Violence, Facebook Live, Live Stream, Trending, New Zealand Herald, Christchurch New Zealand, Disturbing


Principal in PJs reads bedtime stories to kids on Facebook Live. 'This is just more love'

The first-year Texas principal said she wanted to show her elementary school children she cared. She started the Facebook Live stream in December.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Texas, News, Usa Today, Facebook Live


Facebook Live For Artists: 7 Best Practices

Facebook Live can be a great asset for artists look for additional ways to connect with the fans, but like any iteration of social networking, there's a right and wrong way to do it. Here we look at seven 'best practices' when it comes to using the video streaming platform. ___________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 Facebook Live is a boon to artists and bands everywhere who want to reach their Facebook fans. That said, there are some best practices in u...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Music, United States, Facebook Live, Bobby Owsinski, Facebook 's Media Blog Here


YouTube under pressure to ban UK far-right activist after live-streamed intimidation

The continued presence of a U.K. far-right activist on YouTube’s platform has been raised by the deputy leader of the official opposition during ministerial questions in the House of Commons today. Labour’s Tom Watson put questions to the secretary of state for digital, Jeremy Wright, regarding Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s use of social media for targeted harassment of journalists. This follows an incident on Monday night when Yaxley-Lennon used social media tools to live-stream himself banging...
Tags: Google, Social, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, UK, Youtube, Social Media, Tech, Labour, House Of Commons, Tom Watson, Watson, Livestream, Online Harassment, Alphabet


YouTube under pressure to ban UK Far Right activist after livestreamed intimidation

The continued presence of a UK Far Right activist on YouTube’s platform has been raised by the deputy leader of the official opposition during ministerial questions in the House of Commons today. Labour’s Tom Watson put questions to the secretary of state for digital, Jeremy Wright, regarding Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s use of social media for targeted harassment of journalists. This follows an incident on Monday night when Yaxley-Lennon used social media tools to livestream himself banging on...
Tags: Google, Social, Facebook, Europe, UK, Youtube, Social Media, Tech, Labour, House Of Commons, Tom Watson, Watson, Livestream, Online Harassment, Alphabet, Facebook Live


Memphis Rapper Seen in Video Getting Head From a Man Says He’s “Not Gay,” He Was Just “Curious” & Would Do It Again

An aspiring rapper from Memphis, Tennessee was recently “exposed” on social media after a video was “leaked” showing him getting a blowjob from a man.After the video went viral, Kash Money—whose real name is Kavious McNeil—took to Facebook Live to respond to the commotion. (Ed. Note: The video is way too explicit for us to post it here, but it’s not that hard to find, especially if you know where to look).McNeil has since deleted the live stream from his personal Facebook page, but of course, no...
Tags: Google, Videos, Wtf, Youtube, Gay, Tennessee, Viral Videos, Pop Culture, Jazz, Jackson, Memphis, Facebook Live, Trending, Memphis Tennessee, McNeil, WBBJ


A Silver Anvil Campaign to Create a New Generation of Michigan Homeowners

From a data standpoint, “Creating a New Generation of Michigan Homeowners” was a campaign to increase the number of loans by prospective homeowners for the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA). But the work was also about trying to reverse a disturbing trend. A recent Urban Institute study shows the homeownership rate of millennials between the ages of 25 and 34 was at 37 percent, approximately 8 percentage points lower than the homeownership rate of Gen Xers and baby boomers at ...
Tags: Facebook, Pr, Michigan, Case studies, Detroit Tigers, Facebook Live, Thought Leadership, Urban Institute, Michigan State Housing Development Authority, Gen Xers, PRSA, Integrated Marketing Communications, Dean Essner, Silver Anvil Awards, Perich Advertising Design, Silver Anvils


French TV cuts Facebook Live video from desecrated Jewish cemetery due to anti-Semitic troll swarm

On Wednesday, the TV network France 3 was forced to cut off a live Facebook broadcast from a desecrated Jewish cemetery in eastern France when trolls swarmed the feed and filled it with anti-Semitic hate comments. You could say there's a problem with anti-Semitism in France. The night before on Tuesday evening, roughly 20,000 people and lawmakers from across the political spectrum gathered to denounce anti-Jewish hate at the Place de la Republique in central Paris. Other protests were held thr...
Tags: Facebook, Post, News, France, World news, Paris, Hitler, Anti-semitism, Hate, Facebook Live, Place De La République, Reuters, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Picks, Frederick Florin


Judge Denies Bail for Dominique Williams, Man Accused of Raping Woman at Opera Nightclub in Atlanta & Another at His House

A Fulton County judge denied bond Thursday (Feb. 14) for the man accused in two sexual assaults, including one that was streamed online via Facebook Live.34-year-old Dominique Williams faces an aggravated sodomy charge for allegedly sexually assaulting Jasmine Eiland inside Opera nightclub back in January.Williams is accused of raping Eiland on the dance floor before taking her to another area in the club to assault her again. Eiland, who was at the club celebrating her birthday, inadvertently s...
Tags: Lyft, Crime, Sexual Assault, Atlanta, Williams, Rape, Army, Pop Culture, Jazz, Sex Crimes, Opera, Bail, Rape Allegations, Ross, Facebook Live, Knight