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Clarene Mitchell

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My Morning Brain Exercise Routine Begins at 6 AM with NewsOne Now

Posted:February 13, 2017 | Tags: Twitter, Roland Martin, NewsOne Now, TVOne, soundbites, Black media, Cathy Hughes, news

As a self-professed news junkie, my morning routine has long included reading the local daily newspaper and watching local and national TV news shows. With the onset of social media, this routine has expanded to checking my newsfeeds for updates from credible news sources, no #fakenews for me.


In recent months I have advanced my casual morning news intake by dedicating myself to a serious morning brain exercise process. Every weekday morning, my TV is tuned in to #NewsOneNow on...

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In the social media leadership space...I don't see me

Posted:November 18, 2017 | Tags: Twitter, Social media, diversity, inclusion, Top 50, Nielsen

(I originally published this article November 14, 2017 on LinkedIn.) 

Top 50 leaders lists does not include a Black person

I was scanning my LinkedIn news feed, as I normally do throughout the day, and I saw an article that caught my attention, "The Top 50 Social Media Influencers You Should Follow In Twitter - 2017." The article was from last February, but as often is the case on social media, content gets recycled. I had missed the original publishing so I was glad one of my connections...

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Get off the social media bench, get in the game!

Posted:November 21, 2017 | Tags: Twitter, Social Media, digital, Tweets, Impressions, Retweets

With just about everyone having a smartphone, IPad or some other device, it can be assumed that most people are on social media. In fact, Statisat.com reports that 81% of the U.S. population are social media users.

Some people may prefer certain platforms over others, but they are a part of the digital community at some level. With this said, I am continually amazed at how people passively engage on social media. Especially on Twitter.

Social media, as it’s automatically implied within the...

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