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Rosemary serves as the voice of social media on GPB’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram sites and instructs staff on digital and social content trends. She also trains volunteers during fund drives.

She is a prolific blogger, having created and written several of them including:
“Desperate for Downton”, “Tails of the City”, “A Passion for Learning” (now “Education Matters”) and “MyGPB” which promotes the organization’s programs, initiatives and happenings. Additionally she has covered geek culture, namely Dragon Con, for “The Daily Jog” blog.

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

In a former life she was a music critic and then produced entertainment news segments for CNN HLN's "Robin & Company" morning show (now "Morning Express"). (So pardon her if she rattles off movie and television trivia on occasion!)

She is originally from Brooklyn, NY but calls Decatur, Ga home.

Recent Blog Posts

Image courtesy Downton Abbey wiki
Desperate for Downton

Fellowes Opens up About Downton Abbey’s First Black Character

Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is opening up more about why he felt it was time to add the first black character to the cast of the period drama. Fellowes felt that Black Britons needed to...

October 21, 2013 - 8:03am
Education Matters

PBS Teacherline Southeast: An Oldie, but Goodie

Much has been made about MOOCs - massively open online courses, college classes that people can take for free or at little cost. (Georgia Tech recently caused a stir by offering a Computer Science...

October 21, 2013 - 6:49am
Education Matters

How to Create Amazing Teaching Videos Students Will Watch

History teacher Keith Hughes has created more than 200 amazing videos that his students and millions of YouTube users enjoy watching. His Hip Hughes History channelhas 20 thousand subscribers and he...

October 17, 2013 - 2:00am
Education Matters

Chevron Fuels Your School's STEM Projects

If you need microscope slides, pencils or even a tarantula for your biology classes, Chevron can help you. Through it’s Fuel Your School program, it helps raise money for supplies for science,...

October 16, 2013 - 4:04am
It's possible that the character Jack Ross (played by Gary Carr) is based on real jazz star Leslie "Hutch" Hutchinson.
Desperate for Downton

Downton Abbey’s Jack Ross Based on Real Jazz Singer?

Downton Abbey’s Jack Ross could be based on the very real black American jazz musician Leslie “Hutch” Hutchinson. That's what the U.K.’s Daily Mail and The Telegraph are proposing. Hutchinson was...

October 15, 2013 - 9:57am

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