SAGE is seeking an account coordinator to join the team. The account coordinator will provide administrative and customer service support and assist in the day-to-day administration of marketing, public relations, and advertising initiatives. This includes maintaining a high level of awareness with client activities, detail-oriented program and project management and professional communication. Although much of time will be spent on the administration side of the account, this is a stepping stone to the many duties of account management.
So, ironically, a term created to identify excess and extravagance (what lies beyond the pale) has combusted into a movement that is itself full of theatrical hand-waving, as well as sober determination. The vector of outrage—the way its rage radiates out —almost evokes a model where you throw a stone in a pond, and the ripples lose intensity as they travel. Signing onto Twitter can sometimes feel like an endless exercise in parsing whose outrage is legitimate and whose is opportunistic or fake. Whose outrage should we be outraged about? Whose ripples should we amplify? Whose should we ignore?
Community media constitute a hybrid of industrial and social media. Though community-owned, some community radio, TV, and newspapers are run by professionals and some by amateurs. They use both social and industrial media frameworks. Social media has also been recognized for the way they have changed how public relations professionals conduct their jobs.  They have provided an open arena where people are free to exchange ideas on companies, brands,  and products. Doc Searls and David Wagner state that the "...best of the people in PR are not PR types at all. They understand that there aren't censors, they're the company's best conversationalists."  Social media provides an environment where users and PR professionals can converse, and where PR professionals can promote their brand and improve their company's image by listening and responding to what the public is saying about their product.