Listin’ and learnin’ together moves things ahead. This is a collection of connections and ideas paving the way to open, honest, enriching communication. In my day job, I help manage broadcast & new media inside Intel Corporation’s Global Communication Group. The views and opinions here are mine, and so I share!
- Facebook – kenekaplan
- Twitter @kenekaplan
- LinkedIn — Resume
- Flickr — Photos
- YouTube — Videos
- Posterous and Tumblr
- StumbleUpon — Bookmarks
Here’s a short and longer bio:
Ken Kaplan a broadcast and social media strategist and producer in Intel’s Global Communications Group. He helps the Consumer and Social Media team engage with journalists and consumers by producing videos, photos and other online and real world communications. Much of his work can be seen on the Intel Pressroom, Channelintel on YouTube channel, @intel on Twitter and Intel blogs such as Technology@Intel and Inside Scoop. Prior to Intel, he worked as a publicist for eight years at then NBC-affiliate, KRON-TV. He graduated from California State University, Chico, where he studied journalism, philosophy and economics.
Ken a husband and father who enjoys reading, creative minds and spending time in San Francisco, New York and Italy, especially Rome and the southern Italian region of Calabria.
In his day job, he’s a broadcast and social media strategist/producer/participant in Intel’s Global Communications Group. He helps the Consumer and Social Media team tell stories by producing videos, photos and other online communication. Much of his work can be seen on the Intel Pressroom at www.intel.com/pressroom.
He helped launch and directs Channelintel, Intel’s main YouTube channel www.youtube.com/channelintel, and contributes to Intel’s Flickr accounts http://www.flickr.com/photos/intelphotos/, co-lead the @intel Twitter www.twitter.com/intel account and advise Intel’s PR team worldwide how to use new media.
On Twitter www.twitter.com/kenekaplan and on Facebook, he shares his perspective on working with traditional and new media, his interest in consumer technology, and family experiences in Italy. More about his approach to public relations in this interview http://tinyurl.com/azvr3b and his work history on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/kenekaplan.
Prior to Intel, he worked as a publicist for eight years at then NBC-affiliate, KRON-TV.
He graduated from California State University, Chico, where he studied journalism, philosophy and economics.