Assignment 1 · Social Media Communication

Sydney Conservatorium of Music -Lunchbreak Concert Series

As a world-class music venue in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (SCM) is well positioned to connect with the University’s vast untapped student cohort, and the hundreds of office workers looking for Free Music to Free the Mind during lunch. The SCM wants to increase audience numbers to its concerts… Continue reading Sydney Conservatorium of Music -Lunchbreak Concert Series

Assignment 1 · Social Media Communication

We are Cats on Catnip, and we’re pitching for the Con

We have identified two main target audiences for the Conservatorium’s free lunchtime concerts and their low cost Greenway series concerts: Students and Tourists aged 18-39. Students who… … are free for lunchtime concerts. … don’t not have a lot of disposable income. … like music – even classical and jazz – but haven’t been to… Continue reading We are Cats on Catnip, and we’re pitching for the Con

Assessment · Assessment 3 · Social Media Communication

How social media users has changed over time under web2.0?

How social media users has changed over time under web2.0? “Today, with the popularity of ‘always on’ mobile media allowing users to perpetually surf across social and locative media apps, the internet has become an embedded part of mundane social life.” (Hinton, 2013, pp.7) With the emerging of internet growth, there are increased numbers of… Continue reading How social media users has changed over time under web2.0?

Assessment 3 · Social Media Communication · Uncategorized

The Hidden Conflict in Sharing: Connectedness vs. Connectivity

“Hey Cathy, Can I add you on Facebook?” “Sure. My full name is…” “Got it! You’re on top of the result since we have 12 mutual friends.” “Awesome!” This has become a common scenario in our everyday life. Thanks to technology, we are able to connect with people inside and beyond our circles. In fact,… Continue reading The Hidden Conflict in Sharing: Connectedness vs. Connectivity

Assessment · Social Media Communication · Uncategorized

Intimate Publics on Social Media— “Something” between strangers or the bond of Personal Relationship

  The thought of intimate publics is based on the development of technology that enhances the pervasive accessibility of social media through mobile devices or social network sites (SNSs). There is an old topic about whether internet shorten the interpersonal distance or make the distance further. The technology provides various approaches for communicating without the… Continue reading Intimate Publics on Social Media— “Something” between strangers or the bond of Personal Relationship

Assessment · Social Media Communication · Uncategorized

Social Media, UGC/UCC and Mental Illness.

Put simply, social media can be defined as online platforms that allow for users to create, post, share and comment on content whilst (often) developing social networks and communities. Boyd and Ellison (2008, 211) define social networking sites as “web-based services that allow individuals to construct a public or semi-public profile within a bounded system,… Continue reading Social Media, UGC/UCC and Mental Illness.