The Media

NBA Playoffs Show Why Pac-12 Needs New Social Media Strategy

Not a night goes by, it seems, without a former Pac-12 basketball student making headlines in the NBA playoffs. There’s former Arizona big man Deandre Ayton, averaging 17.4 points and 12.2 rebounds as Phoenix tries to take out the Lakers. There’s former UCLA playmaker Jrue Holiday, with another double-double for …

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Can social media and crowdsourcing create societies that are more resilient to disasters? The LINKS H2020 project has the answers – Worldwide

May 31, 2020 PRESS RELEASE June 2021 will mark the first year of work within LINKS, a project funded under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. Social media platforms and crowdsourcing strategies (SMCS) are increasingly integrated into crisis management for cooperation and collaboration between European communities in …

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Chinese Social Media Responds to New ‘Three Child Policy’

In a surprisingly important political turning point amid growing concerns about an aging population, China’s “three-child policy” was officially introduced after years of speculation. Not surprisingly, the Chinese internet is not impressed. Just a day before International Children’s Day, China’s largest and most influential state-run media organization Xinhua reported that …

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