The Mental Illness Happy Hour Podcast

 The Mental Illness Happy Hour, is a weekly hosted  audio podcast hosted by Paul Gilmartin, which consists of interviews with artists, friends and doctors. The series was created in March, 2011 and is still continuing to produce new content. Each episode is ranges from 34 minutes – 2 hours 30 minutes. On average, each podcast […]

Disney: Growing a small business to a multibillion dollar franchise

Walt Disney created the first generation of Disney Princesses in 1937-1959, targeting girls and children while establishing the importance of ‘True love’s first kiss’ and ‘A happily ever after.’ The Disney Princess franchise is a media and toy-line owned by The Walt Disney Company. In 2001, Andy Mooney became Chairman of Disney Consumer Products, and created […]

The death of compact discs and domination of streaming services

The first commercial compact disc (other wise know as a CD) was created in 1982. According to Statista, CD’s were at their peak in the 2000’s with a total of $943 million in sales, however since 2008 CD sales have dropped year-on-year 9.6 million dollars– a total of 80% in the past decade since the innovation […]

iPhone takes initiative in radical and disruptive innovation

In 2007, Apple introduced the world to the smartphone. The debut of the first-generation iPhone would prove to be a radical and disruptive innovation within the mobile phone industry, creating an entirely new market of users who expected a suite of features not available on traditional handheld devices that did not connect to the Internet. […]