Episode 18: How social media changes the world

This episode’s guest is ex-BBC journalist turned social media trainer and content strategist Sue Llewellyn of Ultra Social!

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The next episode is nearly ready, and it's ex-@bbc journalist turned #socialmedia trainer and content strategist, @suellewellyn of @ultrasocial! . She takes us on a whirlwind tour of how #socialmedia has changed work, and the world! Covering everything from – training the England football team to use social, to – making risky red carpet broadcast decisions, to – how badly older women are treated by the media, to – plugging in a landline to sit alongside her typewriter in the analogue days, Sue's tales from her career are hilarious, and also completely on theme for the #podcast – she's personally seen how the internet has totally transformed #journalism. Link in bio 👆👆👆

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You heard a bit from her on the International Women’s Day compilation episode, but here she is on an episode of her very own, at long last… after I managed to screw up two of our recordings! Third time’s the charm, right?!

Sue takes us on a whirlwind tour of how social media has changed work, and the world! Covering everything from training the England football team to use social, to making risky red carpet broadcast decisions, to how badly older women are treated by the media, to plugging in a landline to sit alongside her typewriter in the analogue days, Sue’s tales from her career are hilarious, and also completely on theme for the podcast – she’s personally seen how the internet has totally transformed journalism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I like the comma in American headlines, I think England needs it.

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