Fireside Chat

The fireside chats were a series of thirty evening radio addresses given by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt between 1933 and 1944. Although the World War I Committee on Public Information had seen presidential policy propagated to the public en masse, "fireside chats" were the first media development that facilitated intimate and direct communication between the president and the citizens of the United States. Roosevelt's cheery voice and demeanor played him into the favor of citizens and he soon became one of the most popular presidents ever, often affectionately compared to Abraham Lincoln.
Posts about Fireside Chat
  • 7 videos from the inaugural MarTech of August 2014

    … fireside chat on the realities of “big data” and marketing with West Hunt, the chief data officer at Nationwide Insurance, and Lisa Ritchie, the SVP of customer insights and analytics at Scotiabank: Panel on growing ISV ecosystems with Adobe, IBM, and Marketo I host a panel to discuss the current state — and future direction — of ISV ecosystems…

    Scott Brinker/ Chief Marketing Technologistin YouTube- 29 readers -
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