How can you tell if something is heartfelt and authentic, not just persuasive and compelling?
When we experience a “moment” on mass media — it could be the U.S.A. winning gold medals at the Olympics, or a great Super Bowl game, or the First Lady’s speech at the Democratic Convention — along with millions of other people, something, sometimes, happens.
You’re sitting there watching the electronic data form concepts on the glowing screen before you, and suddenly It Happens.
You’re touched, moved, and inspired. These shared media moments make your heart beat faster and your eyes well up.
It’s media elevated to an art form of unparalleled humanity.
For the latest media moment of authenticity, RebootTheMedia likes Michelle Obama’s speech at the DNC. Watch it above, or read the full transcript here.