Today’s episode is brought to you by my friends at Booking Protect, the global leaders in refund protection. Any listing! Any Sector! Anywhere! Booking Protect has you covered with the world’s most comprehensive refund protection product. To find out how you and your organization can work with Booking Protect to offer your guest a better buying experience, more peace of mind in their purchases, and you can create a new revenue stream for your organization, visit them at www.BookingProtect.com My guest today is a repeat guest, Martin Gammeltoft from Activity Stream. Martin was on episode 3 way back! And, in doing my conversation with Martin the first time, I discovered my podcasting voice. Because I got a lot of feedback about our first conversation and how they wished that we had gone deeper into some of the tools, tech, and ideas that we were discussing, I wanted to have Martin back. This episode has been a few months in the planning but as we head into the 2019 INTIX Conference in Dallas, we wanted to do a talk so you could be prepped to think about AI, tickets, and marketing when you get to Dallas. And, if you aren’t going to be in Dallas, maybe you’ll change your plans and make sure you do get to Dallas or Birmingham, UK for the Ticketing Professionals Conference in March.
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To celebrate the milestone of 1000 episodes, Marc and WTF producer Brendan McDonald reflect on how they got here, why they created the show in the first place, and what the future holds for them and WTF. They answer listener questions and divulge some never-before-heard revelations, such as the time
Greg Spring is back this week to discuss the utterly execrable LOVEJOY ON FOOTBALL - by Tim Lovejoy, which he memorably describes as being like a 300-page dick pic. Get in touch - @TheReducerPod, @gcooney93 and @shockproofbeats.
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Shannon Darrough, Director of Digital Media at The Museum of Modern Art, joins us to participate in a fireside chat-style Q&A. We’ll discuss how digital media, technology, and data impacts his role, his work, and the mission of MOMA.”
Artist Trevor Paglen, curator Nancy Edwards.
Analytics, Adwords, and Segmentation: Making Marketing Smarter, Not Harder — Audience Building Roundtable
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In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Jack Dorsey about how he manages his dual CEO roles at Square and Twitter, the role that Twitter places in journalism, the logic by which Twitter suspends people, the argument for kicking Trump off the platform, Jack’s practice of meditation, and other topics.
Using Apps and In Gallery Technology for Audience Engagement - An Interview with Jane Alexander of the Cleveland Museum of Art — AMT Lab @ CMU
Jane Alexander, the Chief Digital Information Officer of the Cleveland
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