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The Digital Town Hall: Tools, Principles and Best Practices

Are you looking to broaden your reach to your customers, constituents or members and give them another opportunity to interact with you in a live forum?  Are you considering conducting an online town hall meeting to accomplish this outreach? In fact, maybe you have already started to plan one – but are unsure of the pitfalls and would like to know the best practices…

This month’s DMAW Luncheon being held on Thursday, June 16th will have the answers you need!  Barry Jackson, AARP Communications Advisor, Public Outreach, will discuss online town halls and other emerging digital tools!

From politics to education to commercial to nonprofit organizations…from hundreds to thousands…the digital town hall is taking hold as an important mass communication vehicle.  Drawing on his 15 years experience, Barry will guide you on the innovative and creative ways people are using the online town hall, in conjunction with other emerging digital tools, to listen and engage in new ways and build deeper relationships with members-constituents-customers.  He will highlight the principles to apply in the use of the technologies, as well as share what he thinks is one of the “best in breed” examples of integrating all aspects of an online townhall – when President Obama came to AARP during the health care debate for a digital town hall with their members.


Seating is Limited!

So don’t delay!

Thursday, June 16

SEIU Conference Center

Washington, DC

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