In its debut episode Jack Murray, founder of brand story telling agency 'All Good Tales' looks at how Twitter beat the media to make the news.
The world is made of media and media is made of the world. Each day we are like fish swimming in water, so surrounded by media that we cannot tell what is really makes the difference?
It seems as if not a week passes without a major event happening that shape our lives, but what events really make the difference? What events change everything that happen next?– The firsts, the unexpected twists, the things we thought they’d never say and do, the birth of new technologies, and the death of things we thought would last for ever.
Jack Murray, founder of brand story telling agency allgoodtales.com begins a series looking at the breakthrough communications moments that changed the world.
On its debut week, Murray looks at the 'Miracle on the Hudson', and how the news broke. It was when we truly saw Twitter beat the media to make the news.
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Also, if you want to read the full story of how this idea came about, you can have a look here - http://allgoodtales.com/story-behind-new-radio-column-george-hooks-high-noon/.