Well, it has been an educational semester to say the least. I would like to say this was a great end of my college experience. This entrepreneurial course gave me reason to question what path I want to take in the next year. It showed me that I have options, aside from getting a 9-5… Continue reading Spartans Innovate Outro
We have all heard of FaceBook, but have you ever heard of Socialnet.com? I wouldn’t think so since the company started in the 90s before FaceBook even started in 2004. Reid Hoffman was one of the developers that helped create the first social network (kind of). Hoffman was on NPR’s How I Built This in… Continue reading LinkedIn: Professional FaceBook?
I recently caught up with Bernie Kim, the coordinator producer at FOX Sports. Whew, does this guy have the typical broadcast career. Between starting off as a researcher, then being laid-off twice and switching over to do some freelance work, he now has a position of coordinator producer. Bernie Kim has worked in the television… Continue reading Bernie Kim: FOX Sports Coordinator Producer
Business is tricky and you need to hit the drawing board almost everyday you are open. Constantly thinking of new ways to continue your success and drive your business to the top. There is no perfection in the world of business and everyone has flaws. You must develop your MVP to find the winning team.… Continue reading An MVP Makes Your Business
As you know, I am a Michigan State student. Last week, my class was fortunate enough to have a chat with Peter Shankman. Peter is a entrepreneur and author, but he is so much more. Shankman has ADHD (Attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), but he uses it to his advantage. A faster brain allows Peter to… Continue reading Peter Shankman: Mogul, Author, Skydiver, The CatMan
I’ve recently read a couple articles on journalism, both in relation to to furthering a independent media or a self-starting newspaper. They had a few things in common. Newsonomics: Rebuilding the news media will require doubling-down on its core values had mention creating a new paper is a lot like kindergarten rules: share, don’t hit,… Continue reading Journalism: Project Rebuild
I recently read Clayton M. Christensen’s Mastering the art of disruptive innovation in journalism, a collaboration with David Skok. Just like my title, i’ll try my best to sum it up and break it down into less words. The article has three parts, or key steps for advice. One: Always consider the audience first. Probably… Continue reading 3 Tips for Mastering Innovation in Journalism
Whoa, the state of news media is eye-opening. It is definitely a digital world. Pew research’s data clearly proves that: 93% of the population in the U.S. receives their news through online sources. Not paper, not from their neighbor–online. Woohoo, 2018! We murdered all human interaction. Actually, this isn’t a fact and was a mere joke… Continue reading Shocker! News Media Salaries Aren’t All Dropping