The Nonprofit Technology Conference (#NTC17) met in March in Washington, DC, the headquarters of all nonprofits. The conference was vast with inspiring keynotes and information-filled panels. The following is only a sampling of what was available and reveals my passions and interests: Data, Diversity and Communication.
Technology is constantly changing the way we live and operate business. AMT Lab Contributor Kevin O’Hora sat down with Glenn Lowry, Director of The Museum of Modern Art, to discuss the opportunities for art museums created by technology.
It's been 6 years since AMT Lab has covered net neutrality. Yet, the fight over it continues, especially with the new administration. This week, we're catching up on the history of net neutrality and its impact on arts organizations.
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How much do you know about your current audience? Read to find out how you can discover more about current and future potential audiences through the power of data.
AMT Lab's most recent white paper provides practical insights for arts managers by presenting different video streaming approaches through case study analysis.
AMT Lab Contributor Kevin O'Hora recently spoke with Matt Britten, founder of Broadway Briefing, to follow up on a recent article about e-newsletters. Read below to hear about Matt’s advice for arts managers based on his past experiences.
How can your arts organization leverage the benefits of wearable technology? Rod Gingrich gives us the scoop.
Want to fill your job openings fast with qualified, diverse applicants? We're reviewing Textio, a company that uses data to help companies perfect the language in their hiring communications.
AMT Lab brings you the best articles springing up from the web in this week's edition of the News Roundup.