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Rosemary is the Social Media Community Manager for GPB. She provides the updates on GPB’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram sites. She also writes the popular "Desperate for Downton" blog and hosts the live chats during the show’s broadcast. A prolific writer, she contributes to several GPB blogs including The Daily Jog tech blog and Tails of the City.

She has worn many hats at GPB. Previously she curated content for GPB News and the Digital team.

A digital media veteran, she has managed websites for Georgia Perimeter College and EarthLink, the Internet company. She got her start in the media industry as one of the original producers of CNN HLN’s Robin & Company morning show (now Morning Express) where she produced entertainment news segments. She is originally from Brooklyn, NY but calls Decatur, Ga. home.

Recent Blog Posts

Highlights from a Tribute to Rabbi Rothschild

The Story of the Jews in Georgia includes involvement in the civil rights movement with Rabbi Jacob Rothschild leading the fight. That’s one of the main takeaways of a Tribute to Rabbi...

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Inside Animal Minds and My Bionic Pet

On “Inside Animal Minds”, NOVA’s new animal mini-series, we get a glimpse of how birds think. While “My Bionic Pet” shows pets overcoming injuries and disabilities through the use of prosthetics....

Downton Abbey Cast Warned About Tweeting on Set

If you’re a member of the Downton Abbey cast, stay away from Twitter while the season is filming. That’s the message Julian Fellowes is sending in so many words after a new castmate tweeted out a...

On World Autism Awareness Day, New Stats Reveal Increase

It’s World Autism Awareness Day. New stats released by the CDC reveal that autism is more prevalent than previously reported. ”About 1 in 68 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder...

Teach Your Students About Georgia Women of Achievement This Month

During March, Women’s History Month, students tend to focus on well known female figures like Margaret Mitchell. Here’s a chance to teach your students about the not very well known Georgia women of...

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