February in New York was a hotbed for sharing ideas and strategizing – in other words, for big thinking! Social Media Week – a ” worldwide event exploring the social, cultural and economic impact of social media” – attracted many to Manhattan’s bustling city. Sitting on a panel titled “Money, News & Sex: Stories of Challenging 3 Industries” was Katie Orenstein, founder of The OpEd Project, and co-panelists Oonie Chase (MakeLoveNotPorn.com), and Jessica Jackley (co-founder of Kiva.org). Julie Burstein, founder of NPR’s Studio 360 and former OpEd seminar leader, moderated the discussion while posing some inquisitive questions.
Eager to hear how these three panelists are challenging industries with social media platforms? Watch the clip: News & Sex: Stories of Challenging 3 Industries