MCM Executive Director Merlyn Reineke looks back on the ‘Day in the Life of Montgomery County’ project from April 22, 2013 and reflects on three lessons learned.
In this video blog, Merlyn Reineke, MCM’s executive director, invites everyone to join in the fun on April 22 for the ”A Day in the Life of Montgomery County” photo project. He recalls another “Day in the Life” more than 15 years ago and tells us how the MCM project is unique. Learn more about [...]
Nielsen Research reports that 5 million U.S. households no longer access cable, satellite, telecom or over-the-air TV. Why is this trend happening, and what does it mean to the industry and audience?
I am happy to announce an extraordinary crowd source project by and for the over one million residents of Montgomery County. This short clip will introduce you to “A Day In the Life of Montgomery County,” your look at Life in Montgomery County on a Single Day: April 22, 2013.
Pope Benedict XVI was a pioneer in the use of social media. But was it time well spent for him, and will it be for you and your organization? MCM’s Merlyn Reineke talks about the use of social media.
Why did Al Gore’s TV channel buy the farm? MCM’s Merlyn Reineke talks about the channel being bought by Al-Jazeera and how User-Generated Content is not a recipe for a national television channel.
The recent SNAP The Silence Challenge brought on a range of emotions from particpants as well as observers. Some appreciated the effort to understand just how difficult it is to eat for less than $5 a day, while others were furious that ‘rich people’ were just going hungry for a week and not doing more [...]
Will the SNAP challenge really improve the plight of Montgomery County’s poor? MCM’s Merlyn Reineke ponders potential outcomes from this week’s activity:
MCM’s Merlyn Reineke talks about the challenges to eating healthy on only $5 a day, in today’s edition of his SNAP the Silence video blog.