Talking Responsible Social Media Usage in Schools .::. Inside the FLX 3/19/18

The rise of social media has changed the way the world communicates.

In 2004, Facebook was founded in a college dorm. There weren’t a lot of users, and the most-dominant social media platform in the 2000s was Myspace. All of that has changed. There are over 3 billion active social media accounts online, and in two quarters of 2017 – more than 121 million accounts were added.

Responsible usage on those platforms has become a challenge. In the early days of the Internet – anonymous chats and forums were the dominant platform for communicating online. Now, Facebook has allowed users to feel comfortable and confident sharing their thoughts and opinions online.

On Monday, March 26th at 6:30 p.m. the Seneca Falls Central School District will host an event for parents teaching and promoting responsible social media usage.

Previewing that event, Superintendent Bob McKeveny, and others were in-studio talking about the impacts social media has on students and parents.


Talking Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month .::. Inside the FLX 3/15/18

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.

To talk about Wayne ARC’s collaborative efforts within the communities they serve – David Johnson, Foundation Director, and Jessica Blondell, who leads Community Relations within the organization were in-studio.

St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Edition .::. FLX Weekly 3/14/18

More winter weather is delaying the start of spring, which officially begins next week in the Finger Lakes, but spirits should still be high with St. Patrick’s Day coming up on Saturday. Join Sydney Rogers, Jim Sinicropi & Josh Durso to find out some local options for finding Irish cheer, get the details on our coverage of Midlakes girls basketball at the state final four, March Madness is underway, and more bear sightings in the region.


Michele Jones Galvin, co-author of ‘Beyond the Underground. Aunt Harriet, Moses of Her People’ .::. Leadership Journey Podcast 3/13/18

Join Gwen Weber-McLoud for the March edition of The Leadership Journey Podcast where her guest will be Michele Jones Galvin. Michele is the co-author of the book, ‘Beyond the Underground. Aunt Harriet, Moses of Her People’ and is featured on the cover of this month’s Syracuse Woman Magazine.