- Neal Wiser ConsultingInteractive Marketing and Social Media Strategy, 2009 - present
- The ODM GroupVice President, Digital Strategy and Operations
- Paramount Pictures
- Warner Bros.
- Qwest Communications
- GSI Commerce
- TMX Interactive
- Digital Strategy (includes all aspects of Interactive Marketing & Social Media)
- Marketing Campaign Development, Tactical Execution and Management
- Advanced Web Analytics
- Website Development
- Campaign Management Training for Individuals and Teams
- Social Media Corporate Policy Development
- Social Media Monitoring
- Online Community Development, Management and Community Management Training
- Product Development
- Project Management
I also write for Twitip.com, the number one Twitter-focused blog founded by Darren Rowse of ProBlogger.net and I’m the Co-Founder of the online network AddictedtoSocialMedia.com and co-host of its podcast. I often speak about social media, digital marketing and technology to organizations such as Villanova University’s School of Business, National Speakers Association, the Center City Proprietors Association and the American Institute of Architects and I’ve frequently appeared as a guest on Air America Radio
During My career, I have worked and/or consulted for Comcast Interactive Media, GlaxoSmithKline, Qwest Communications, GSI Commerce, Paramount Pictures, Warner Brothers and interactive agencies such as TMX Communications, MBC (Medical Broadcasting Company) and Harte-Hanks. My clients have included NASA, the United States Postal Service, Hyundai, DreamWorks Studios, Major League Baseball, Toys “R” Us, Wharton Research Data Services at the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, Lagos Jewelers and over 20 major pharmaceutical brands from GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, Merck, Genentech, Sanofi-Aventis and Bristol-Myers Squibb. I’ve also managed AeroLeaders 2.0, a private online community for aerospace executives.
I’ve founded two start-ups; The UltraPrime Network, an entertainment company which allowed video game players to interact in real-time with live television broadcasts, and YummEmail.com, an anti-spam service.
In 2003, I was nominated by the New York New Media Association (now the International Federation of Multimedia Associations) as a “Mover & Shaker in Arts and Entertainment” and I was a Juror for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences first Interactive Emmy Awards.
I graduated from The American University with a degree in Communications and Visual Media and live in suburban Philadelphia with my beautiful wife, amazing daughter and a fish.
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Fortunately for Rupert Murdoch, the Kochs and their Saudi partners, there is an ace up their sleeve. Through shells, they own every company that makes voting machines in the U.S. Machines that have proved to be easily hackable. In blue states, this does not much matter, since most of them require that voters be provided with a paper receipt that then goes into a box, the old-fashioned way. Back-door owners do not dare attempt major exploits, wherever random precinct audits could nail them. But red state voters seem blithely trusting of electronics – so long as it’s mostly white males pulling the levers.
Now comes a smoking gun. Without paper audit trails, the cheaters in pyrotechnically-corrupt Kansas thought they were safe, till mathematicians arrived! “Analyzing election returns at a precinct level, Wichita State mathematician Beth Clarkson found that candidate support was correlated, to a statistically significant degree, with the size of the precinct. In Republican primaries, the bias has been toward the establishment candidates over tea partiers. In general elections, it has favored Republican candidates over Democrats, even when the demographics of the precincts in question suggested that the opposite should have been true.” http://americablog.com/2015/08/mathematician-actual-voter-fraud-kansas-republicans.html
Hence, shouldn’t Tea Partiers be just as angry at the Murdoch Machine as democrats are? Shouldn’t they make common cause over just this one issue? “According to their analysis, Mitt Romney could have received over a million extra votes in the 2012 Republican primary, mostly coming at the expense of Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich. President Obama also ceded significant votes to John McCain due to this irregularity, as well.”
Could this underlie some of the support for Donald Trump – the only GOP candidate with the guts to tell off Murdoch and his machine? Read this article and see how Clarkson has been blocked at every level with a consistency that shows complete, Orwell-level contempt for even figleaf accountability.
This is some seriously spooky stuff, right here. I've always felt that one of the most frightening times in human existence will come when people can retroactively alter history by creating "digital people" that are indistinguishable from real people. Once that is possible, any misguided desire to change history to a particular political view becomes possible.
Think it's hard to shake belief in certain conspiracy theories with historical fact now? Just wait until people have "seen the truth with their own eyes." The tech shown here is amazing — how close are we to the point where we won't be able to tell the difference between real historical footage and a simulacrums?
Imagine the trouble when there is footage of Einstein saying "My math proves that God created the universe, and that evolution is a false theory." It's already hard enough to get people to think — when handed a false narrative that they can "see" is real, they won't have to anymore.
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