Dance in the digital age

Bartlett, Rachell
August 2011
Dance Today;Aug2011, Vol. 55 Issue 119, p36
The article explains how social media allows dance professionals to reach new audiences in terms of selling products, sharing information or in promoting a service. An example is Karen Hardy Studios of London, England's Imperial Wharf whose presence on Twitter and Facebook allows people to read the latest dance news and available dance courses. It also announces an online training aid for dancers with three-dimensional models known as Ballroom Genie developed by the dance company, Dance Futures.


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