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The Business: What’s New and Cool in The Social Media World?

Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 1:35 PM (PT)


With social media platforms in constant changing mode, there is always something newer and cooler on the horizon in this arena. It is almost impossible to stay current for long without having to find a tutorial that can help you catch up. So, learning from the experts in this field is critical in making social media choices that are a fit for you.

  • Get up to date with what is happening with programs such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, You Tube, etc.
  • Learn how pumping up your skills and knowledge in social media can make a difference in creating new job opportunities as well as promoting your own business.
  • Gather knowledge about where you can go to tool up through the latest and the greatest social media training programs out there.

The Actors Fund Work Program in collaboration with SAG Foundation will be presenting their first career panel for 2015 on “What’s New and Cool in The Social Media World?” with a group of panelists who will take you to a whole new level in the way you think about promoting yourself, while establishing a broader professional network. This is an opportunity to learn first-hand how you can have a compelling presence on the internet and beyond. Join us for an exhilarating journey through what’s happening today in the social media world

Scott Appel, owner, Scott Appel Media
Beverly Macy, global business sports & entertainment instructor,UCLA/Anderson Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment & Sports
Rachael McGovern, digital marketing manager, Amoeba Music

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The Business: Q&A with THE MOURNING

Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 8:50 PM (PT)


Aaron returns to his small Michigan hometown, inexplicably not having aged since his disappearance in Desert Storm 20 years prior. Unable to speak initially, Aaron must confront the evolution of his loved ones in his absence, while they come to terms with the reappearance of the boy who they let go years prior. As Aaron assimilates himself back into the lives of his family and childhood love, it becomes apparent his homecoming isn’t permanent. A conspiracy theorist and a mysterious metaphysical presence help build toward a finale in which Aaron must tie up loose ends before disappearing again forever.

Marc Clebanoff, director, co-writer, producer
Michael Rene Walton, actor, co-writer, producer

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