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Friday5: The STEM Moment in a Post-Network Age

The Five Forces Supporting STEM Students and Their Educators

Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking at the annual summit for one of our clients, Project Lead the Way. PLTW is the nation’s leading provider of learning programs in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), which not only includes K-12 curricula but professional development for teachers as well.

My talk focused on what I felt were five defining forces that make now a critical moment for STEM education.

1. “The market…

YouTube’s 60 Frames per Second Video Feature

YouTube’s 60 frames per second video feature, Snapchat’s recent update and more of the latest digital news.

YouTube Can Now Play Videos at 60 Frames per Second

After years of only being able to play videos at 30 frames per second, YouTube is raising the bar on playback standards with its new 60 FPS capability. This feature has been highly anticipated since June and is currently only compatible with certain browsers. EA Sports is one of the initial brands to release 60 FPS videos on YouTube.

Snapchat Is In Partnership Talks with Buzzfeed, Time, Others

Snapchat is…

Friday5: Win the Moment with Twitter

Whether it’s live-tweeting during the big game or creating real-time images during an awards ceremony, companies are often curious about how to create winning real-time moments on Twitter. While some brands have had success participating in the moment, it continues to be a challenge to tackle real-time content and still help our clients achieve their goals. Recently, Stacy Minero, Twitter’s Head of Content Planning, gave us a few tips on how to help our clients win the moment.

1. Plan the predictable

Ther…

Friday5: Communicate A Cybersecurity Breach Online

In a year filled with constant reminders of significant cyber-attacks, cybersecurity is quickly becoming a principal risk for organizations across all industries, sectors and geographies. In 2014, cybersecurity breaches have increased by 48 percent, showing the growing risk around potential attacks.

One of the side effects of the increase in attention is that many organizations are moving beyond categorizing cyber-related risks as solely the responsibility of IT or security teams. CEOs, boards and communications teams are demanding greater levels of preparedness, training, re…

Snapchat rolls out first ad and Facebook launches new Room app

Snapchat rolls out its first ad, Facebook launches a new Room app and more of the latest digital news.

Snapchat Freaks Out Users with First Ad for ‘Ouija’

Snapchat has rolled out its very first ad, which took the form of a 20-second trailer for the upcoming horror film, Ouija. Though Snapchat previously alerted users that ads were coming, the movie trailer caught many people by surprise and was received with mixed reactions.

Facebook Launches Rooms App for Anonymous Sharing of Interests

Facebook’s latest iOS app, Rooms, brings people together around common interest…

Friday5: Cyber Security Month: Communicating a Breach

According to a recent survey by USA Today, nearly a quarter of Americans have stopped buying online due to fear of security breaches. As the frequency of privacy-related issues escalates, consumer demand for transparency regarding how their information is being used has followed suit.

In honor of Cyber Security month, this newsletter is focusing on the firm’s data security and privacy practice, an integrated team of public affairs, corporate and crisis professionals throughout the network.

Here are some examples of both watch-outs and best practices in the wake of a data…

Friday5: Hispanic Heritage Month: The Digital Trailblazers

September 15 through October 15 was Hispanic Heritage Month in the U.S. This is the final article in the Friday5’s Hispanic Heritage Month series. Find all the articles diving into the Hispanic community’s digital trends at EdelmanDigital.com.

U.S. Hispanics are ahead of the curve when it comes to digital media. They lead in adoption of new devices. They are power users of mobile and over-index in video consumption. The U.S. Hispanic community is a vastly underserved market, and the opportunities to reach them through digital remain largely untapped.

With a population …

Facebook launches hyper-local ads and Pinterest promotes “Pin Picks”

Facebook gets hyper-local with ads, Twitter promotes partner content through “Pin Picks” and more of the latest digital news of the week.

Facebook Launches Hyper-Local Ads Targeted To People Within A Mile Of A Business

This week, Facebook launched hyper-local advertising, allowing advertisers to target ads to people who live or have been within a specific distance of their business. This new ad offering also includes a button that will launch a mobile map app to provide directions to the business. This new “Local Awareness” ad feature will be available in the US fo…

Friday5: 2014 Hispanic Heritage Month: The Hispanic Mobile Community

September 15 through October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month in the U.S. During the next two weeks the Friday5 will focus on the digital trends regarding this influential and growing audience.

Hispanic consumers are not only the fastest growing demographic in the U.S., they are also leading growth in the ownership of mobile devices. According to Nielsen’s recent Digital Consumer Report, 72 percent of U.S. Hispanics own smartphones. According to BIA/Kelsey’s Consumer Commerce Monitor study, Hispanic consumers also spend more time using mobile devices and are more likely to …

Facebook re-launches Atlas and Twitter’s Social Media Lab

Facebook re-launches ad platform Atlas, Twitter invests in MIT social media lab and more of the latest digital news of the week.

Facebook Re-Launches Ad Platform Atlas

On Monday, Facebook rolled out its completely re-built ad platform, Atlas. Previously, Facebook used cookies to track the most visited websites so it could show targeted ads once users returned to Facebook.com. Now, Atlas will allow marketers to tap Facebook’s user data and direct ads to people on thousands of other websites and mobile apps outside of the platform.

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