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How the King of Pop brought down the internet

How the King of Pop brought down the internet

Michael Jackson died on Thursday. Within a matter of hours, millions of people flooded the internet posting information and opinions on twitter, Facebook and blogs. His death interested me not only because he was one of my childhood icons, but the way the news spread. I first heard of it from a text message my dad sent around 4:30 pm on Thursday. Immediately I checked the twitter stream (#michaeljackson), Facebook and CNN mobile to get the latest information. By the time I got home about 5:30 pm, it was one of the only trending topics on twitter, plus many of my …

 

Case Study: Kansas Sports Hall of Fame special exhibit Nazi Olympics Berlin 1936

Case Study: Kansas Sports Hall of Fame special exhibit Nazi Olympics Berlin 1936

Kansas Sports Hall of Fame special exhibit Nazi Olympics Berlin 1936 Case Study Note: this campaign won a 2008 Clarus award of Excellence PLANNING The Kansas Sports Hall of Fame was in need of positive news coverage. Strained financial issues and low visitor attendance has kept the Hall of Fame in limelight, but with a negative undertone.  In an effort to boost attendance and awareness, the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame secured a special traveling exhibit from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C titled THE NAZI OLYMPICS Berlin 1936. The objectives were to garner positive media attention, boost attendance and …

 
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