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    Generation Social -The Vancouver Network

    Generation Social is a film about how our inherent social nature drives cultural change and the people who drive that change. From social networks to education to business and culture, everything is i...

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    Generation Social -The Vancouver Network

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    Uploaded Feb 4, 2013
    Generation Social is a film about how our inherent social nature drives cultural change and the people who drive that change. From social networks to education to business and culture, everything is in flux. By profiling those at the forefront of this movement, we will explore these very different fields, giving you a perspective of the broadly diverse community that makes up the social internet.

    This Vancouver Network will take us from Emily Carr University's new Social + Interactive Media Centre to SXSWi one of the biggest interactive conferences in the world with startup HootSuite and finally into the home office of Dot Com Mogul John Chow to explore the secrets to his success.
    One thing rings true throughout these stories: social media is about people and the people that matter to them...and that's you!

    NOTE: Because of our licensing agreement with our broadcaster the film in Canada is only available online at this link. http://www.cbc.ca/player/Shows/ID/2303020192/. Please copy and paste this in order to enjoy the film. For comments, which we encourage please use @GenSoc on Twitter.

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    Andrew, Lindsay & Kemp.

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    Generation Social -The Vancouver Network

    Generation Social is a film about how our inherent social nature drives cultural change and the people who drive that change. From social networks to education to business and culture, everything is in flux. By profiling those at the forefront of this movement, we will explore these very different fields, giving you a perspective of the broadly diverse community that makes up the social internet.

    This Vancouver Network will take us from Emily Carr University's new Social + Interactive Media Centre to SXSWi one of the biggest interactive conferences in the world with startup HootSuite and finally into the home office of Dot Com Mogul John Chow to explore the secrets to his success.
    One thing rings true throughout these stories: social media is about people and the people that matter to them...and that's you!

    NOTE: Because of our licensing agreement with our broadcaster the film in Canada is only available online at this link. http://www.cbc.ca/player/Shows/ID/2303020192/. Please copy and paste this in order to enjoy the film. For comments, which we encourage please use @GenSoc on Twitter.

    Thanks.
    Andrew, Lindsay & Kemp.
    Documentary 50 minutes Released Oct 7, 2012

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