The Late Show Samples
Hi, new friends at CBS. I want to take you on a short ride through all the different ideas I want to bring to the Late Show social media table. I hope I will be an asset to the Late Show family.
I have roughly 3+ years of experience in communications through social media & e-mail marketing campaigns with experiences in a university setting and in the private sector.
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Some of my experience includes working with software like HootSuite, Mail Chimp, and Constant Contact. I have experience collecting data (I'm not with the Russians), using analytics (Cambridge wanted to recruit me, but I said "no"), creating paid posts, interacting with clients through social media (Bob Saget won't respond to my messages), and finding ways to incorporate funny and engaging content. Because of my freelance work with CBS & Elementary, I have gotten a taste for how television works, and I want to continue my career in television through social media & digital content production.
Below are some ideas I have come up with to create more of an engaging social media platform for the Late Show.
BEHIND THE SCENES TOUR
It'd be cool to see a complete behind-the-scenes tour of the entire office and studio, which can be broken down into different videos to create a consistent stream of web-only content.
The video to your left (I think so, never been good with directions), shows a sample of what could be. You'll have to use your imagination since I am not in New York (willing to move), and I have no idea what the office looks like. (Broad artistic licensing.)
QUOTES & TIPS
FACEBOOK VIDEO POSTINGS
THE LATE SHOW COLLECTABLE CARDS
- Weekly Newsletters with specialized content and a special message from Stephen
- Creative content like blogs, graphics, images, and fake websites/pages that work in tangent with that day's/week's news events/stories
- Behind-the-scenes videos and photos
- Interviews with crew
- Short internet video segments (like advice from Stephen (or from celebrities), tiny cubicles (based on the tiny home/apartment show)