Sign up today! Pub Club Program: Social Media Gone Rogue


Social Media Gone Rogue Social media programs have become a regimented part of companies’ communications programs – or have they? Despite many companies hiring dedicated social media managers, complex content planning programs, sophisticated publishing and listening dashboards, and airtight social media policies, “rogue” social media still happens.

How do companies and their partners deal with unauthorized Twitter accounts, employees going off-message on social media, and blunders made on official corporate channels?

Join the Pub Club and PRSA on November 4 as our panelists discuss these issues and illustrate them with actual incidents, moderated by Boston University’s Feld Family Professor of Emerging Media, James Katz, Ph.D.


  • Brian Heffron, EVP and Partner at Conover Tuttle Pace (CTP), @brianheff77
  • Crystal Duncan, Director, Client Strategy & Operations for IZEA: The Leader in Sponsored Social, @CrystalDuncan
  • Eric Korsh, SVP Social Content at Digitas, @EricKorsh

When: Tuesday, November 4 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Boston University’s College of Communication

Room 209
640 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA, 02115

$45 Non Members
$25 Pub Club and PRSA Members
$15 Non-Member Students
Free for Pub Club/PRSA Member Students

By Julia Paradis
Julia Paradis Think Tank Consultant