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By Tony Connelly | Sports Marketing Reporter

January 8, 2016 | 2 min read

The Drum’s has launched a new social media chat video series, The Social Buzz Show, hosted by community manager Adam Libonatti-Roche.

In the first episode of what will become a weekly series from 19 January onwards, Adam speaks to Capcom’s community manager, Neil Gorton, to discusses community management within video games and how to handle trolls.

The series will accompany The Drum’s weekly Social Buzz chat which takes place every Tuesday between 7-8pm GMT which you can follow on Twitter using #SMBuzzShow.

Each week the discussions centre around a different topic related to social media trends with industry professionals contributing their perspective on the issues via #SMBuzzChat.

This week Adam and Neil sat down to look at how Neil helped shape Capcom’s social channels and how he has built communities through the contributions of its members. They also discuss the issue of abuse online and the most effective means of tackling it.

Summing up what viewers can expect from the series as it unfolds Adam says “we can see the Social Buzz Show becoming your go to video show for all things social media"

“It’s a show for the community made by the community and it’s a 1st for The Drum. We’re always looking for new guests to come on so if you want to grow your career and show us you know what you’re talking too, then get in touch with me on Twitter.”

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Other episodes in the series

Episode 1

Social Buzz Chat special: Gary Vaynerchuk talks community, authenticity, VR and Snapchat

This week we bring you a very special edition of The Drum's Social Buzz Show, featuring entrepreneur and social media gunslinger Gary Vaynerchuk.

Episode 2

Social Buzz Chat: Aria Alagha on how musicians can use Facebook to get themselves noticed

Sitting down on the Social Buzz sofa this week is Aria Alagha, a social media strategist who's worked on LeeFest and with clients like Gabriella Cilmi.

Episode 3

Social Buzz Chat: U-Dox's Ben Anderson on why quality content is more important than timeliness

What's more important on social – getting posts up quickly or producing high quality content? U-Dox's social media manager Ben Anderson joins The Drum's head of social Adam Libonatti-Roche to discuss this very topic on the most recent episode of our Social Buzz Chat.

Episode 4

Social Buzz Show: Zone's Gina Roughan talks social purpose, Dove's 'Real Beauty' ads and building trust

Another week, another chat about all things social on The Drum's Social Buzz Show.

Episode 5

Social Buzz Show: Cass Gowing of AllSaints talks micro-influencers

What is a micro-influencer, and where did the term come from? Cass Gowing of AllSaints is the latest guest on The Drum's Social Buzz sofa as she sits down to discuss these questions.

Episode 6

Social Buzz Show: SEENConnects MD Sedge Beswick on social talent and how brands can nurture it

Sitting down on the Social Buzz sofa this week is SEENConnects managing director, Sedge Beswick, formerly of Asos.

Episode 7

Social Buzz Show: Link Humans' Laurence Hebberd reveals how to reinvigorate your personal brand, and why it matters

Laurence Hebberd (@LaurenceHebberd) senior account manager at Link Humans and head of events for online community #SMLondon pulled up a seat on this week's Social Buzz show to chat.

Episode 8

Social Buzz Show: Jellyfish's Hannah Rainford gives the lowdown on social media listening

Social media listening is big business, so on this week's Social Buzz Show we asked Hannah Rainford, associate director of social media at Jellyfish, to talk us through why brands are investing serious money and resource into the function.

Episode 9

#SMBuzzchat | We Make Awesome Sh's: Syd Lawrence on how brands should be using chatbots

An army of Chatbots have found their way on to Facebook Messenger, Line and more this year, but what is the best way for brands to use them?

Episode 10

#SMBuzzchat: We Are Social's Tom Ollerton on how brands should be innovating on social

Social media innovation is not just showing your boss that Snapchat has a new filter or feature according to Tom Ollerton, innovation director at We Are Social.

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