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Friday November 28, 2014

Stories related to ‘communication’

Bronx High School for Media and Communications Closing

Bronx High School for Media and Communications Closing

Only a decade after it's opening, the Jonathan Levin High School for Media and Communications in South Bronx is closing it's doors. The school, which began five years after the 1997 shooting of Time Warner chairman Jonathan Levin, has seen a dramatic decrease in funding, applications, and graduation [Full Story…]

NY Pols Say Social Media Increases #Transparency

NY Pols Say Social Media Increases #Transparency

NY officials used Twitter to keep citizens up to date during Hurricane Sandy. But even before the storm, more and more local politicians are using social media to communicate with citizens. Councilmember David Greenfield (D-Brooklyn), who has 3,195 Twitter followers, said it's about transparency. He [Full Story…]

NJ Based Vidyo Launches Cloud-Based VidyoWay

NJ Based Vidyo Launches Cloud-Based VidyoWay

NJ based Vidyo, which provides a software-based, interoperable service allowing companies with various disparate video conferencing systems to communicate with one another, has announced the launch of VidyoWay. The new system provides free, multi-vendor and multi-party video conferencing. [Full Story…]

Bronx Residents Can Text Their City Councilman

Bronx Residents Can Text Their City Councilman

Bronx City Councilman Fernando Cabrera instituted a "Text UR Councilman" program recently, saying his goal is to have as many open lines of communication to his office as possible. Constituents can text (347) 541-5768 to try the feature and receive assistance with issues. Of course, the [Full Story…]