How did Twitter, invented to allow friends to keep track of each other's social lives and interests, become a key forum for political debate? And what effect has the social media platform had on the nature and quality of public life?
Presenter David Baker speaks to the man who taught President Trump everything he knows about Twitter, the head of President Obama's social media campaign, and Twitter's own leader on strategy for public policy, to explore the real effect that it has had on politics.
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- How to solve problems and seize opportunities within the digital communications space
- How Caleb landed a role working for President Obama
- Navigating the new PR industry
- How to move beyond the Rolodex
- Using digital technology to cement and leverage relationships (personally and professionally)
- The value of face-to-face meetings and being selective about connections
- Understanding the intersection of community building and the future of the gig economy
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Anytime a minority of people in this country wants to change, and by minority I mean a minority of people who hold a specific belief or believe that change should happen, they have to convince a lot of people and a lot of their legislators to believe the same thing in order for that to actually get done.
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