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I recently provided commentary on selfies on Channel 10’s lifestyle show The Living Room. The episode aired on Friday June 27 at 7:30pm. You can watch the full episode here.

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Herald Sun 2014 review of Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me

Highlights include: “Confident, clever and with a hint of self-deprecation, Borensztajn has produced a thought-provoking and poignant show. Check in, swipe right, retweet.” Click here to read the original review.

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Australian Stage 2014 review of Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me

Highlights include: “Warmth, charm, confident, polished, funny, professional, well-paced, delivered with heart, thrums with individuality.” Click here to read the original review.

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Onya Magazine 2014 review of Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me

Highlights include: “Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me is a hilarious look behind the scenes of life online that will leave you pondering: is there such a thing as too many LOL Cats?” Click here to read the original review.

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Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me: Stonnington Leader page 3 story

Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me is featured on page 3 of this week’s Stonnington Leader! I was photographed in my self-designed ‘I desperately want to be liked’ t-shirt. Take that, fashion.

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Herald Sun – Top 25 MICF show titles

For the second year in a row, my comedy festival show has been featured in the Herald Sun’s ‘Title Fight’ feature, awarding the shows with the best titles.

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Interview with The Age: ‘Mirror, mirror on my Facebook wall’

Chatted with The Age about social media addiction, truths and fairytales ahead of my new comedy festival show Like Me, Love Me, Retweet Me. You can read the full story here.

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Herald Sun 2013 review of Social Needia: The Epidemic

Crikey 2013 review of Social Needia: The Epidemic. Click here to read the full review.

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Nova 100’s Hughesy & Kate discuss Social Needia: The Epidemic

Herald Sun – Social Needia cracks the ‘Top 25’ MICF 2013 show titles

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Stonnington Leader article on Social Needia: The Epidemic. Click here to read the full story.

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The Weekend Age, front page mention of Social Needia: The Epidemic – Oct 6, 2013

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Tweets from Dave Hughes and Kate Langbroek – Nova 100

Post-show tweets from Isabelle Oderberg (National Social Media Editor, News Ltd) Jackie Epstein (Herald Sun Confidential) and Lia Timson (Fairfax)

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Tweets from Sam Mutimer, Director of Thinktank Social

Pre-show feature article in Inpress

Nova 100’s Hughesy & Kate interview Jordana Borensztajn about Social Needia: The Epidemic

B&T feature article on Social Needia: The Epidemic

5 Good Reasons to see Social Needia: The Epidemic

Nova 100’s Nath Valvo interviews Jordana Borensztajn about Social Needia: The Epidemic

And a little pre-show Twitter action:

Sally Jackson, Media Writer, The Australia

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“Rising star… Ridiculously good.”
Dave Hughes, Nova 100′s Hughesy & Kate

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Kate Langbroek, Nova 100′s Hughesy & Kate

“Her tone is spot-on and self-deprecating in all the right places. Lots of laughs… One to watch.”
Herald Sun, April 2013

“Jordana’s like a bolt of electricity. She’s enthusiastic and her material has real substance. She has the ability to communicate to people that understand social, as well as those that don’t… She actually made me cry tears of laughter.”
Sam Mutimer, Thinktank Social Director, May 2013

“Jordana is an exciting, relevant and dynamic performer. Her skill and knowledge of all things social media provides some essential learning for any audience wanting to connect digitally… AND… she’s funny!”
Zara Swindells-Grose, Co-Director of Humour Australia (HA!), May 2013

“Her confidence and appealing stage presence are impressive in a newcomer; this one has a future.”
ArtsHub, September 2013

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