#NYC1u: Top Social Media Tips & Tricks with Sree

Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 06:00 PM to at 08:00 PM

Get ready for an intense two hours of social media learning. Sree will kick things off with Instagram best practices and tips as well as ideas on how to get the best photos from your members and allies making them your on-the-ground influencers and social team.

Sree imparts a fury of social media tips on all that is new, changing and possible in social media and digital mobile today. This widely-acclaimed workshop has been taught in 15 cities and 5 countries already in 2015 (and he's still got half a year to go).


Sree Sreenivasan will lead this session:

Chief Digital Officer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Host, "@Sree Show" podcast on CBS @Playit network

Adjunct professor, Columbia Journalism School

Tech evangelist/skeptic

The 10-second Bio:

Columbia University's first Chief Digital Officer

Freelance social-media blogger, SreeTips blog, CNET News

TV tech commentator Wednesday mornings at 6:50 am on WCBS-TV in NYC; spent 8+ years on WABC

Founding team member of DNAinfo.com, a Manhattan news site (one of BusinessInsider's hottest 6 news startups of 2010)

Commentator on tech and media issues

One of Poynter's 35 most influential people in social media; one of AdAge's 25 media people to follow on Twitter; one of SPJ's top 20 journalists to follow on Twitter; and one of OnlineColleges.net's 50 most social media savvy professors in America; one of

GQ India's 30 digital Indians; UNITY seeds list of journalists of past century; one of

HuffPo's 50 media people on Facebook

Judge for the Shorty Awards & the Purpose Prize

Co-founder, and first president, SAJA, South Asian Journalists Association; founding administrator, Online Journalism Awards

Personal site: Sree.net


SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDE: constantly updated

TWITTER: @sree | FACEBOOK: Sreenet & Sreetips | CNET: SreeTips


This session is made possible by 1199 SEIU UHWE; AFL-CIO; New York Paid Leave Coalition; Organizing 2.0; New York State AFL-CIO; New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO; Consortium for Worker Education


330 West 42nd St
New York, NY 10036