Social Shorts Cymru - Top tips from Head of Social Media at BBC Wales, Owen Williams
Boasting massive engagement figures, BBC Wales' social channels are a great example of how content can be taken beyond traditional outputs (Radio, TV) and transferred to social media to reach new audiences and demographics.
With more than 15 years’ experience in content production and programming, we'll hear from Owen who will share basic tips for getting your followers engaged and the trials and tribulations of creating a social media strategy that works.
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