Kyle Kittleson discusses how and why he uses three different livestreaming platforms.
Alex is also a freelance writer from New York who focuses on event reporting and other special assignments. He worked at Citigroup for 5 years, providing phone alerts for department newsdesks and Radio FCN.
Alex was named a must-follow PR resource in Cision North America’s list of the top 50 Twitter influencers utilizing rich media tweets, alongside Guy Kawasaki and Lee Odden.
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Former University of Michigan Wolverines football player Doug Cohen and his wife, Ally, are using Periscope as a means of engaging their customers in their current business venture.Oct 25, 2015 282 Shares