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  • Four Things Actors Should Know About Social Media

    Navigating social media is challenging for performers. Tumblrs, Instagram accounts and Twitter handles are tools that can help promote your career or let a flood of negative feedback into your head. Takehollywood, a new online community built for actors, wants to help performers navigate their online and offline careers.
    Co-founded by director/producer Edoardo Ponti, French entrepreneur Sylvain Perret and actor Sasha Alexander, the site offers members in-depth interviews with leading TV and film actors on topics ranging from understanding their craft to building their careers in the digital age. Here’s some of what actors need to know about building their careers in this overshare environment.  
    4. Practice and share your work. Getting constructive feedback can be difficult for post-college performers and those not currently enrolled in an acting class. With that in mind, Gary Spatz, director of The Playground, advises producing content and uploading it to sites like YouTube, Vimeo or Vine. Occasionally, he says, the comments section can be a treasure trove. “There was nothing like that for me when I was growing up,” says Spatz.
    3. Self-promote wisely. Jenna Ushkowitz, a series regular on “Glee,”

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