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"My work at AM LLC supports the development of a free and independent press in Cuba, Venezuela, and beyond. When friends and family on social media tell me they have seen our work on TV Marti, I'm happy to know that I'm making a positive impact in these societies. At AM LLC I am treated as a valuable part of a team in which my ideas matter."
"I'm passionate about Africa's unique potential as a crossroads between diverse cultures and new Information Communication Technologies (ICT). While supporting ODDI and VOA's French-Africa service, I'm able to work on innovative projects that really matter in conflict-torn societies like the Central African Republic and Sudan."
"As a young professional with an interest in language, literacy, and cross-cultural communications, AM provides me an opportunity to work for a company that has a global focus, but local feel. Working with 46 cultures and languages to support international media is a challenging, but rewarding endeavor."
We provided quality international journalists and support for Broadcasting Board of Governors services throughout the world.
Applied Memetics recruited and managed a remote team of Cuban journalists, promoting democracy and independent media within Cuba.
By providing multimedia researchers and bloggers, Applied Memetics enabled Broadcasting Board of Governors staff to foster innovation across U.S. International Media organizations.
AM LLC supported VOA’s Armenian News Desk with relevant content and cultural expertise.
Leverage the most popular mobile messaging platform in Africa: WhatsApp, a low-cost SMS alternative, allowing for a higher volume of more interactive content
Send strategic text messages (SMS) to large target audiences throughout the African continent using a customized web-to-SMS channel, that leverages local mobile phone numbers to establish credibility with the target audience, dramatically reducing end user costs
Remote monitoring of FM stations to gain direct insight into broadcast content that reflects real-time local sentiment alongside official broadcast messages