The Positive Power Of Tsū Changing Social Media Discussed On The Tub
The subject of this special edition of The Tub is monetizing social media and how Tsū is changing the online landscape. The Time Machine's host Michael McCartney guest hosts the broadcast with David Fagin, founder of the band The Rosenbergs and The Counterfeiters (best party band ever), along with Tony Drootin, who sits on the Board Of Directors for the Hip Hop Public Health organization that just released the album "Songs for a Healthier America", of which Tony was co-executive producer. The album was produced in conjunction with Partnership for a Healthier America and Michelle Obama's Let's Move initiative. Tony's background in recording studios over the decades is literally a who's who of the music industry. Film producer Karen Brown and the founder of Stardust Blue Media joins the discussion as well as Erik Blair aka The Accidental Consultant, who focuses on community development in addition to digital strategies & solutions. Journalist, radio host and social media marketer Suzanne Kayian brings her experience and questions to the panel and artist, musician and radio host Tanya Teal rounds out the panel for this informative hour.
Music was also featured from The Rosenbergs.